Not necessarily my views, but most of it is pretty funny.
Shock and Awe: The Story of Electricity – BBC documentary of the history of electricity
ElectroBOOM – The Mediocre Man’s channel, on how to NOT work on electronics
Night of the living Jeb (prt 1) – Tyler Gibb’s Bumblestick episode
Tyler Gibb’s – Animated works
Cinema Sins – Channel pokes fun at your favorite movies
College Humor – If Google was a Guy
Cracked: After Hours – Odd conversations in a Los Feliz diner.
Trunk Monkey: Kids ! – Keep the hoodlums in line.
Trunk Monkey: UFO – Better than OnStar !
Trunk Monkey: Recall – Have a defective trunk monkey ?
Trunk Monkey: Bribe – No system is perfect
Vsauce – Screws with your head !
Smarter Every Day – Down to earth explanations of tech and science.
Stefan Molyneux – Climate Change to prop up Big Government
Stefan Molyneux – Climate Skeptics case
Thunderf00t – Plastic from the Air. Trees do, but it takes energy. Accounting needed.
Cool Hard Logic – Flattards to Snake Oil Homiopaths
Wi-Phi – Wireless Philosophy, Basic philosophical mechanics.
Ancient Aliens Debunked – MUFON just wants to sell crap !
Zeitgeist – New Age poo
Probable Aliens – What real space aliens would really look like.
The Great War – History Channel on World War I (Say One, NOT eye ! kiddies)
Alternate History – “What if” historical events went differently channel
Bitcoin Problems – Computerphile: Real problems with Bitcoin, as a currency.
Deadly AI – Computerphile: Unintended consequences with Artificial Intelligence.
AI Safety – Computerphile: Difficulty of making AI safe.
OOP Bad – Brian Will’s opinion that Object Oriented Programming is bad !
Map of Physics – Great overview of the current state of physics
ElectroBOOM – The Mediocre Man
Ancient Aliens Debunked – Cable Channel Crap !
Tyler Gibb’s – Boneland
Wattsupwiththat – Solar power & climate change forum.
Provide Your Own – At first, you think survivalist nutjobs, but they are realist in trying to take back some control of your lives, just a baby step at a time.
When I was 13 or 14 years old, I came up with my “million dollar” idea. It was a power supply that was the shape and function of a 9V battery, but plugged into the AC line. At the TRW swapmeet, on January 30, 2016, I ran into this gadget being sold by one of the vendors:
Clearly it never caught on. This is a used item, and probably was made long before wallcubes really caught on.