Stuff and more stuff. Not sure why, but I detect a distinct holiday theme this time around.
- The people at NATS, Britain’s air traffic controllers, have a knack for making cool videos and also a sense of humour when it comes to Christmas. Put the two together and you have this video of the European portion of Santa’s journey. (I can’t link directly to the video itself, but it’s currently the top one on their page. The rest of their stuff is pretty cool, too.)
- Some new research shows that bacteria poop might someday be able to help you eat less over the holidays, and not in the ways that “bacteria poop” would make seem obvious.
- The classic movie “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” (as loved by Feingarden as it is hated by Mrs. Feingarden) originally started as a short story by John Hughes titled “Christmas ’59“. Ignore the post-war-era racism and laugh yourself silly.
- How do you top the classic YouTube video of the Christmas lights dancing to “Wizards in Winter”? Let’s see, you could, I dunno, maybe bring in the neighbors? And add a quadcopter? With a camera? Yes, you could do all of that and this would be the result.