We’re officially halfway through 2020, so let’s look back on some of the viral content doing the rounds from the first six months of the year.
Founded in 2000 by a group of Ohio University students, the site features videos “culled from the mountains of dead media that have been abandoned by humanity”.
It’s roughly halfway through the year, so it’s time to check in on what everyone watched, shared, and liked on social media.
There’s a staggering number of videos uploaded to YouTube every day, so cracking the top 100 is no mean feat. We picked seven for your enjoyment.
I think we’re all glad that we’re approaching the end of this year, but over the past (almost) 12 months some peeps have managed to impress.
There are millions of covers of rock classics out there, but none quite like this one. Prepare yourself, AC/DC fans… this is going to rock your socks off.
Everyone wants in on the money-making action of YouTube viral videos, but there’s more than relying on chance to capture your soon-to-be popular vids. You need to equipped for the job, and there is a solution to keeping you undercover, while giving you the ability to grabbing some solid footage.
The Internet loves cute animals doing cute things. And the latest video making people squeal “aawwww” across the globe is no different. Its star is a baby red panda from the Maruyama Zoo in Sapporo, Japan.
Remember when we all freaked out over that video of five people playing and singing on one guitar? The band’s name is Walk off the Earth, and they’ve just uploaded a new video onto YouTube. This time they cover the song, “Little boxes” from the TV show “Weeds”. Expect loads of cardboard box awesomeness – after the jump!
You can do a lot worse on the internet these days than watching the odd TED talk online. Here’s a particularly worthy one, in my opinion, as Kevin Alloca from Youtube discusses the dynamics of how and why videos go viral.
It is weird to think that there are still people in this world who forget to turn their cell phones off during concerts. This happened during a recent performance by Slovakian violist Lukas Kmit, when a concertgoer’s Nokia ringtone suddenly interrupted the show. But the violinist responded by cleverly incorporating it into his performance, and the video has since gone viral. See it after the jump.
2011 has been a particularly good year for viral videos. We’ve had self-pleasuring Russian news anchors, crazy children, and even a local video blew up internationally. Who can forget that oke on the bike getting owned by a buck? Here are the top 50 viral videos of 2011, all neatly edited together for your viewing pleasure.