Chances are the holidays have driven you mostly insane by now, so Amazon's gone ahead and packaged its Christmas shopping postmortem (they sold lots of Kindles!) with some goofy facts that will appeal to the infantile mush that was once your brain.
Like the ghost of Christmas future, YouTuber bd594 has given us a chilling glimpse of what the future of the holidays might be like. Door-to-door carollers replaced with a robotic snare drum and a flatbed scanner playing Little Drummer Boy.
It's Christmas morning. You're all excited as you pillage through layer upon layer of gilded paper and bows, and there it is! A 7-inch Acer Iconica Tab A100! Just what you've not been dying for! Uh. Thanks?
Walking through the New York wonderland during the holidays can be a pretty magical experience. This video, made by Cris Magliozzi, captures that feeling perfectly. It's a very special time lapse, made while he was walking from Central Park to Rockefeller Center.
Hi Britons. You might think Los Angeles is filled with American Starbucks sippin' celeb wannabes who are fake, plastic and vapid. Whatever. I think of Los Angeles as home. And since I'm not going home for the holidays, this time-lapse video is the closest I'll get to a lovely Southern California "winter".
If you don't have kids, there are probably knives, prescriptions drugs, poison, and electronics lying everywhere. But now the family is coming to visit with something that could destroy everything you love: Children.
Every year, PNC calculates the Christmas Price Index—how much it would cost to actually purchase the cascade of of gifts the hapless sap in The 12 Days of Christmas gives to his true love. This year's tally: more than 100K on the 364 gifts. Seriously dude? Here's a much better plan of a attack.