Watch the latest hand-picked videos on Boing Boing's video page

We've gathered fresh video for you to surf and enjoy on the Boing Boing video page. The latest finds for viewing pleasure include:

• Miguel Alonso built a QWERTY Rubik's Cube. Looks like fun.
• Baratunde on what net neutrality is and what it means for the average person.
• It's Carnaval in Brazil! Let Arnold Schwarzenegger explain it to you.
• Little girl hears Bad Brains for the first time. Nails slamdancing cold.
• Supersonic ping-pong-ball gun leaves cartoonish ball-shaped hole in hapless paddles.
• A beautiful timelapse video of Boston's blizzard.
• Amanda Palmer's live performance of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah."

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  1. Another must-see that needs your help on kickstarter…  A new documentary from Oscar nominee James Spione:

     SILENCED – Documentary about government whistleblowers.

    Telling the truth becomes a dangerous act when four federal whistleblowers reveal the darkest corners of America’s war on terror.  A short time ago, I was lucky enough make a documentary that struck a nerve with audiences worldwide. That film, Incident in New Baghdad, explored U.S. soldier Ethan McCord’s transforming experience on the scene of one of the most infamous events of the Iraq War, and its Academy Award qualifying run in a Los Angeles theater was made possible by a successful fundraising effort right here on Kickstarter.  I will forever be grateful to the generosity of the backers who made my trip to the Oscars happen!

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