Typography and font choice are often used to create a sense of futurism in movies. Indeed, it’s got to the point where you can set your calendar to FUTURE simply from the presence of Eurostile Bold Extended on the wall of a passing spaceship.
Business Insider shared its "18 awful vintage ads from the 20th century that show how far we have progressed. It's true that some modern-day ads objectify women, but there's no way companies could get away with what they just did a half-century ago..."
Tripp and Tyler's YouTube video channel has a bunch of videos that make fun of a lot of things like people, dogs, work, technology, etc.
... 06:55PM Mousey> ~note R_Daneel man, you live a tough life http://spectrum.ieee.org/automaton/robotics/artificial-intelligence/children-beating-up-robot
VideoSift shared an almost three years old 3.5 minutes Vimeo video showing "Happy Birthday Alternatives in Film and Television" that shows replacements to the copyrighted song -- "... The song 'Happy Birthday To You' is the most recognizable song in the English language, but it can cost independent filmmakers an estimated $10,000 to clear the song for their films, and it will remain under copyright protection in the United States (U.S.) until 2030. This is a major stumbling block hindering the creation of new works of art. It's time to shake (or at least unsettle) 'Happy Birthday' from it’s fortified cultural throne, and replace it with a melody that the children can sing without fear of being served..."
This 4.5 minutes funny, (nerd/geek)y, and dirty YouTube video shows "If Video Games Had Texting -- What if all your favorite video games had texting?
About a year ago, Reddit share an over 1.75 years old Medium article on the designs and histories of X buttons -- "X's are everywhere in user interface (UI) design. A powerful symbol, [x] is capable of closing windows and popups, toolbars and tabs and anything else that might otherwise be cluttering up your screen.