This article was published on December 28, 2012

TNW’s top Shareables of 2012


TNW’s top Shareables of 2012
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Josh Ong is the US Editor at The Next Web. He previously worked as TNW's China Editor and LA Reporter. Follow him on Twitter or email him a Josh Ong is the US Editor at The Next Web. He previously worked as TNW's China Editor and LA Reporter. Follow him on Twitter or email him at [email protected].

We here at The Next Web have a lot of fun keeping our Shareables channel populated with the most interesting, and of course shareable, content we can find. These are the most popular ones from 2012.

Don’t miss our other 2012 lists for more great recommendations.

Give people an iPhone 4S, tell them it’s an iPhone 5. This is what happens

James Bond escorts The Queen to the 2012 Olympic Games

Technology brings Tupac back to life at Coachella

Reddit user captures video of 2012 voting machines altering votes [Update: Confirmed]

Forget apps and useless startups: These four African girls have created a pee-powered generator

Oprah’s attempt to promote the Microsoft Surface backfires: iPad used to send tweet

The story of the ‘secret’ room at Pixar, frequented by Steve Jobs and many other celebrities

This inspiring note greets new Apple staff on their first day

 

This giant 3D printer can construct a house in as little as 20 hours

I guarantee you’ve never laughed this hard at a ventriloquist act before

Swedish magicians + 7 new iPads = One of the best presentations you will ever see

Image credits: altrendo images, Maker Faire Africa, M

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