LOS ANGELES (CBS) Brooklyn Based band Atomic Tom took a cue fromand got creative for its single, Take Me Out. The music video got more than 2 million views in a week. iPhones-as-instruments used to play your song on a New York City subway strikes a chord with the interwebs:
The California governor's race continues with Republican Meg Whitman and Democrat candidate Jerry Brown taking any shot at each other they can. The latest commercial to makes its way online includes clips of Whitman alongside current governor Arnold Schwarzenneger. Can anyone say deja-vu?
Move over The Onion, a local FOX station in Dallas decided to poke fun at social media in this breaking news segment complete with tweets, Facebook status updates and a mobile pic next to one of the shooting victims:
The Secretary Hillary Clinton was the first to jump on board with her video, followed by one from President Obama himself:continues to make headlines. It began as a call to action from gay rights activist Dan Savage. He asked others to make a pledge against gay bullying and post testimonies that "It Gets Better." Now the project has made its way to the White House.
Kanye West is at it again. This time he's not upstaging a teenager but grabbing our attention with a new 35-minute video -- or maybe it's a film -- featuring nine songs from his upcoming album, "My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy":
Finally, this clip was uploaded in April, but as we all know there's a ton of noise online, so it's easy to miss nuggets like these. Just in case you've forgotten how great life really is, here's a video of a 4-year-old playing Louis Armstrong's "It A Wonderful World" on his ukelele: