With over 72 hours of footage uploaded every minute, it’s physically impossible to keep track of the content on YouTube. But in YouTube Guide, the Daily Dot will curate its five favorite finds for each workday.
1) AVbyte, “Star Wars Disney Villains”
Darth Vader is now a Disney villain, and initially he doesn’t like it at all, but after talking to Loki of Asgard—a recent Disney transfer himself—Vader realizes it won’t be all that bad and things will get better.
2) Zach Prewitt, “(S)he’s Right Behind Me, Isn’t (S)he?”
Movie and TV characters aren’t the best at talking trash without being overheard as this supercut shows clips from almost two dozen films and TV shows where that person is looming right behind them—or in one case, right in front of them.
3) Brian and Maria, “Why Doesn’t MTV Play Music Videos Anymore?”
After years of asking the age-old question about MTV’s programming change from music videos to reality series with “vapid characters,” we finally get an answer about “the complaint that’s literally old enough to drive a car by now” from MTV’s Michael Destiny,
4) SMBC Theater, “The Nerd Girl”
The Nerd Council has a crisis on their hands: nerd girls. As the group debates on how to deal with them, nerd culture and what constitutes a “true nerd girl” they unknowingly point out many of the problems in defining those terms.
5) MinutePhysics, “Open Letter to the President: Physics Education”
The standard American high school physics curriculum is missing most of the important stuff, according to Henry Reich, and in his open letter to President Obama he calls for education reform and to make physics more awesome by teaching students more recent concepts.
Photo via AVbyte/YouTube
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