Video of the Day

More than 48 hours of video content gets uploaded every minute to YouTube alone. Some of these videos are entertaining while some are useful and help us learn something.

How these Free iPad Scams Work on the Internet

This video from Sophos explains how these “Free iPad” scams work on the web. The scammer will promise to ship you an iPad for free as long as you become a fan of their Facebook page and also invite all your friends to that page.

Office Yoga for Computer Users

If you work on the computer all day, these simple yoga exercises may help you reduce that burning sensation in your eyes as well as reduce pain in your wrist and arms.

This ‘Free Money’ Email Was Real, Not Spam

What do you do when there’s a new email in your inbox saying that you’ve won a few thousand dollars and all you have to do is furnish your bank details so that they can transfer the money to your bank account.

How the Google Chrome Commercials were made

While the Chrome TV Ad was made by employees of Google Japan, Google hired external advertising agencies – Glue in London and BBH Labs in New York – to produce video ads for Chrome on Mac.

What Is Twitter – In 60 Seconds

This video explains the phenomenon called Twitter in 60 seconds .. .. and here’s the usual CommonCraft video explaining Twitter in plain English.

Total Count of Words in your Document

This video explains how you can calculate the total number of words, characters or lines are in your document or part of the document.