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Many people don't realize this, but the majority of the world is not connected to the Internet. Google set out on a mission to figure out how to get cost effective, inexpensive and reliable connectivity to the remaining five to six billion people in the world who do not have it, and Project Loon was formed. Project Loon is the idea that by creating a network of high altitude balloons that float about 20 kilometers up, Internet access can be given to the entire world. According to Google, "Balloons present some really hard science problems, but we're excited about the progress so far."
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A person can only take so much. If a man orders a cheeseburger, by golly, you make sure that burger has cheese on it...or else something like this might happen. Check out this video apparently taped by the drive thru customer who's up next. This man is furious at the employees at this Wendy's location for getting his order wrong the past three times, according to his calculations. Is his anger warranted? Looks like he left the restaurant angry and still hungry. Watch another unsatisfied Dunkin Donuts customer who took her qualms to the internet (and lost).
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To say these "Happy Hobbit" sisters are stoked about the upcoming The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug is a complete understatement. Check out this video of them feasting their eyes on the trailer of the film for the very first time. The suspense, the build-up, the sweat, the anticipation - it's almost too much to take! How are they supposed to go to the beach and hang out with friends after this? The actors of the film very much enjoyed watching this fan video, as documented in this clip posted by producer/director Peter Jackson.
See a Skype with the Happy Hobbit sisters.
Janet Silverman met a man who piqued her interest outside of Penn Station. They shared a cab to the upper-east side and now Janet sees it as a missed connection that could have very well been her "happy ending." She recorded this bold video as a way to find her "British Daniel." Let's help her out, shall we?
A group of Brazilian students participated in a very unique experiment involving their favorite celebrities and their less-than-perfect grammar. Check out this video by Red Balloon School that shows you how 8 to 13-year-old students who are non-native English speakers took it upon themselves to courteously correct the spelling and word usage on celebrities tweets.
Do not underestimate the power of social media. This woman certainly doesn't. Watch Taylor Chapman record her own rant as she goes back to a Dunkin Donuts where they (gulp) failed to give her a receipt the previous night after placing a large order. Now she's back with a vengeance demanding her free order per the store's notice that you get a free meal if they fail to give you a receipt. Watch her document the entire thing on video.
Today's Daily Huh? is the next video you're sure to feel inclined to share with your friends. D4NNY released his very personal and very emotional music video for "Goodbye." He fares adieu to people who hated on him, to those who loved him and also those who trusted him as he dons an "I Love Haters" cap. His video is quickly going viral although we're not sure it's for the right reasons.
Ouch! Jesse Eisenberg does not mask his distaste for Romina Puga, a Univisión reporter who apparently drew the short stick and had to interview the actor on his Now You See Me media junket. Watch the awkwardness unfold as they banter back and forth before he flat out calls her the Carrot Top of interviewers AKA bad. So it appears Jesse Eisenberg pretty much plays himself when he portrays all the jerk characters he's played in the past - most notoriously Mark Zuckerberg in The Social Network. What do you make of this interview?
A British television ad starring Pamela Anderson has been banned. She stars in this commercial for web hosting firm Dreamscape Networks. The United Kingdom’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) determined the commercial will not be aired after being deemed sexist and degrading to women. Do you agree?
From constantly counting likes to changing your relationship status to creeping on friends and exes alike, AVBytes has created this awesome musical tribute to the world's favorite social media site. Are you addicted to Facebook? We love when you creep on our RightThisMinute Facebook page!
Ah, the age old question. Can you build a jet-powered bicycle? Yes. Yes, you can. Colin Furze in the UK converted an old bike with a jet propulsion system. It's loud and can go pretty fast. Looks like fun.
Buzzfeed brings you the 10 top ways that technology drives you insane, and we think it's pretty accurate. What do you think? Any of these things drive you batty?
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