Byrne's Euclid is a strange Victorian edition of Euclid using colours instead of letters. I'm not sure whether it's really easier for children, but it is interesting to look at. Some excellent person made a classy online edition.
I haven't seen the new Alan Partridge, but I have seen this, and it is good.
Weird Universe discovered these instructions for resetting a GE smart bulb, which seems like a parody, but is apparently totally legit. Laziness if often more difficult and tiring than alternative. I'm pretty happy walking over to the light switch.
Sega Channel and other early experiments in online consoles. I was a kid when Sega Channel happened. Lots of people had Segas but no one's parents were shelling out for Sega Channels. Those commercials, though.