If you're South Korean app designer and longboarder extraordinaire Ko Hyojoo and you need to show off a new outfit, there's only one true way to get the job done.
Someone over at Rolls-Royce has a really big time machine and stole a car from some poor schlub in 2052.
Acclaimed Italian composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi traveled miles to perform his piece surrounded by melting ice, hoping to add his voice to the millions demanding protection for the Arctic Ocean.
All of man's innovation has been leading up to this — a mesmerizing, undulating miracle of technology.
A few weeks back, we featured a satirical video about a pair of "artisanal water" makers. And now the CBC's This Is That brings us another great skewering, this time about an "artisanal firewood" maker. If you didn't know it was satire, you could be forgiven for thinking it was real — the world is just that ridiculous.
"Let's look at a picture of the planet for no reason. What happens if I put some words over it? How about a number? By doing this, I've now made you think that I know what I'm talking about."
It's not easy being a medieval warrior, especially when your compact sedan doesn't have the size to accommodate your chest plate and helmet.