Tag Archive | YouTube

A Good Use of 30 Minutes

Take the time to watch this video. It is 30 minutes long, and I’d suggest actually turning off your cell phone, clearing some mental space and really focusing on the content. There are two important things going on here. The first, and most important, is a call to action to tell our government that sometimes […]

A Tribute to Escher

This is a fun little look at some things inspired by the work of M.C. Escher.

How to Bomb the AP Stats Test

To those of us who grade AP Stats, this is hilarious. If you are not one of those, you might learn something about how not to do statistics.

What Makes a Video Go Viral?

Isn’t that a great question? Why is Rebecca Black’s apparently horrible “Friday” video so insanely widespread? How did “double rainbow all the way” get into our lexicon? Kevin Allocca from YouTube offers some ideas. (Warning, a snippet of Black’s video is played.)