(CBS News) When you start the week with a post about something beautiful and artistic, it becomes a difficult decision on where to go next. Do I continue that path of more elevated discourse in terms of the content on The Feed? Do I possibly go in a completely different direction with something totally ridiculous and silly? Or do I just show you a kid who is really enjoying his first root beer ever? Decisions, decisions...
(CBS News) When someone sees a great moment happening right in front of them, there is often an impulse to pull out the smart phone and start shooting video. We are living in the future after all. But some people don't know how to capture that moment properly. And the implications could be enormous...
(CBS News) I think most of you will probably be familiar with Sir David Attenborough, but for those who are not he is a British broadcaster widely known for his narration of nature series and has a sonorous voice that can literally give any situation gravitas. Just watch the above video to see what I mean.
So to make up for this omission we've got a round-up of cute and funny kids caught on tape. First up is a little boy who having a bit of a problem and needing some help from his parents. And luckily they have the sound mind to document it all on video for us to watch... for posterity, of course!
(CBS News) People have had pretty mixed reviews about the Facebook timeline feature that sprung up recently. And by mixed reviews I mean that a lot of people really don't like it. So in honor of that, here's a funny parody of the "untreatable" timeline. Make sure to consult a doctor before watching.
(CBS News) In honor of Facebook's public stock offering today, we've got a fun video for you all telling the story of Facebook through - wait for it - the medium of musicals! Take a look and listen.
(CBS News) The behavior of toddlers is often mystifying and almost always endearing. Which is exactly what you're about to see in the above video with a 14-month-old boy who wants to hug all of the goats at a petting zoo. And I do mean all of them. Get ready for a dose of super cute.
(CBS News) For anyone who says that the generation gap can hinder communication and ideas between the young and old, I'd show them this video of an 80-year-old woman rapping about family values and sex. And then probably follow it up by saying, "Checkmate." Check it out.Continue »
(CBS News) We showed you just a few moments ago how kids react to Skrillex, but let's go in a similar, yet slightly different direction, and see what kind of music can stir a slumbering child. Semi-spoiler: it happens to be a personal favorite band of mine from the 90's grunge era.
(CBS News) What is it about eating ice cream that makes kids sleepy? Or is it the other way around, and kids want ice cream as they get tired? Either way, check out this video of a little boy named Mason trying "to have his cake and eat it, too". But the cake is ice cream... and weariness.