If the desserts at Meg Ray's Miette are as delicious as they look in this documentary, it's no wonder it has earned the name "San Francisco's Most Charming Pastry Shop"
James Drake created this epic time-lapse by downloading and compiling hundreds of still images taken by NASA's International Space Station as it orbited the planet at night
Meet some of the protesters who are working to bring green principles to the Occupy Wall Street movement
An anonymous Internet user creates an elaborate, puzzle-ridden treasure hunt, spiraling towards an ominous conclusion
This infographic history of the iPhone puts the groundbreaking device in the context of the technology that preceded and influenced it
Conor Friedersdorf, a staff writer at The Atlantic, was surprised to see a line he had written resurface on a protest sign and chanted by complete strangers at an Occupy Wall Street protest in New York.
A gorgeous animated music video for Rendezvous's "The Murf" about the evolution of humans and technology
Consensus illuminates the complex, slow-moving, deliberative process by which protesters discuss and make decisions.
SoundCloud, a social platform for sharing audio files, celebrates the vibrations we call "sound"
This beautiful landscape time-lapse documents the rise and fall the temporary city that springs up in the Black Rock Desert once a year
At least, this baby thinks so. A YouTube user created this video of his one-year-old daughter trying to use a print magazine like a touch screen.
Chad Roberston, the founder and owner of San Francisco foodie establishment Tartine Bakery, talks about what goes into perfect crusty bread in this mouthwatering short documentary
A gorgeous, eerie music video for Evelyn Evelyn's song blends classic hand-drawn animation and live action. Director Hoku Uchiyama describes how they did it in an interview with The Atlantic.
The Occupy Wall Street demonstrations in New York are a 24-7 operation. This documentary, We the People Have Found Our Voice, pairs quotes from protesters with scenes of the crowd at night.
Norwegian landscape photographer Terje Sørgjerd's latest video celebrates the gorgeous natural landscapes of his native country.
Protesters in New York share their takes on the movement in the short documentary Nobody Can Predict the Revolution
Art Clokey's student film, Gumbasia, created at USC in 1953, is an early exploration of claymation techniques and the precursor to his most famous character: Gumby.
NASA's Mars Rover Opportunity spent three years documenting the 13 miles between Victoria crater and Endeavour crater in 309 images
A quick montage documents the protest signs and messages at Occupy Wall Street
Like a fictional Planet Earth, this charming short animation introduces strange group of forest-dwelling creatures.