The Internet makes the world smaller, but there’s something about watching real-life creatures, live, that makes that smallness more…tangible. True, there are cat videos from all over the world I could watch right now, but the idea that I’m seeing a cat as it exists, right now, somewhere in the world is a completely different experience. It’s more spontaneous, and it’s a much less distracting thing to leave open when you’re trying to get work done.
While the video sharing site might be better known for music videos, the Annoying Orange and, let’s face it, for being the cesspool of Internet comments, there are quite a few entertaining, educational videos that you can watch, and walk away with some pretty interesting knowledge you didn’t know beforehand.
It’s that time of year again! Joy and happiness everywhere. But perhaps with everything going on, you’re just not feeling yourself. Does that sound like you? Well, no matter the time of year, we all can be susceptible to having that saddening and depressed feeling at times and it’s never something that can just be quickly fixed. There are, however, some things that without a doubt help to put us in a better mood.
April Fools’ Day is, depending on your individual point of view, either a pathetic waste of everyone’s time and energy that you try to avoid as much as possible or 24 hours of fun that marks a welcome break from the doom and gloom which dominates the rest of the year. The Web was once virtually free of April Fools’ Day pranks, but now it’s awash with them each time the calendar clicks over to the fourth month.