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“Weird Al” Yankovic – Word Crimes

“Weird Al” Yankovic’s new album “Mandatory Fun” is out now

2014 Weinberg College Convocation Address by Daniel Pink

Weinberg College Senior Convocation 2014 Address by Daniel Pink ’86, noted author and cultural critic. Follow Northwestern University on YouTube and Dan Pink on Twitter

OK Go – The Writing’s On the Wall – Official Video

Yet another innovation music video from Ok Go   Check out Ok Go on YouTube

The New To-Do List

There is a new to-d0 list app on the market. When you see how clever it is, it will hit you in the face like a ton of bricks. Via Vooza, a weekly comic-strip about the start up world. Check out their YouTube Channel and find them on Twitter

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO): Net Neutrality

Cable companies are trying to create an unequal playing field for internet speeds, but they’re doing it so boringly that most news outlets aren’t covering it. John Oliver explains the controversy and lets viewers know how they can voice their displeasure to the FCC. Follow Last Week Tonight with John Oliver…

Commencement Mashup: The Speech In 8 Easy Steps

NPR’s commencement speech mashup reveals the secrets of a great speech.

This Is What a $45 Million Viola Sounds Like

David Aaron Carpenter plays Suite No. 3 in C by Johann Sebastian Bach on a Stradivari viola that will have a starting price of $45 million at auction this spring at Sotheby’s. The video was made by the New York Times.

What Do Birthday Balloons Smell Like? The Virtues of a Wandering Mind

You might be the next genius inventor of our time. GE and BuzzFeed celebrate Inventor’s Month.

This Steve Jobs-Inspired Keynote Speech Will Amaze You

Vooza is a video comic strip about the startup world. In this video, Vooza-creater Matt Ruby preforms his best Steve Jobs impression.

‘The Most Interesting Man In The World’ Speaks Candidly

Largely known for his iconic role as the “Most Interesting Man In The World,” an ad campaign launched by the beer company, Dos Equis, actor Jonathan Goldsmith candidly discusses his fifty year career in show business. But, unlike the character he portrays on screen, his own life hasn’t always been glamorous. Goldsmith talks about going to Hollywood, meeting icons like Dustin Hoffman and John Wayne, and the experiences he’s had as a minor character actor before breaking through and becoming an icon himself.

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