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This article was published on November 29, 2012


    Issue v0.11 – The Web’s Best Videos

    Issue v0.11 – The Web’s Best Videos
    Thomas Offinga
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    Thomas Offinga

    Thomas is the lead designer and producer of TNW Magazine, The Next Web's own digital magazine. When he isn't designing the magazine, he's pr Thomas is the lead designer and producer of TNW Magazine, The Next Web's own digital magazine. When he isn't designing the magazine, he's probably creating something else in his spare time. You can follow him at @thomasoffinga

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    72 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute. Guess it isn’t unexpected that you can’t always find something good to watch.
    Fortunately we’ve made a small selection for you.

    WTF?! I Wanted An iPhone!!!

    With Christmas coming up, be sure your kids wake up with the gadgets they want, or prepare for ingratitude 2.0.

    The Dragonfly

    This robotic dragonfly-gadget can hover, dive, and climb like a real insect. James Bond would want one of these! But with the help of a $1,000,000 grant from the Air Force, they will make them available to all of us as from $99.

    Spaghettisaus

    In a this celebrated TED-talk, Malcolm Gladwell (author of Blink, Outliers) uses spaghetti saus to explain that when you just ask us, we actually don’t have a clue what we really want…

    Shit Android users say

    You can’t hide it —we see you customizing your widgets behind that giant screen, mumbling your praise to larry and sergey. Die-hard Android users can’t deny it; you know you’ve said it.

    The Popinator

    This video was initially meant as a viral video for an Australian Popcorn producer, but the video became so popular, companies are now developing this must-have gadget!

     

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