Jonathan McIntosh dissects iconic Harrison Ford "romance" scenes, and reveals how troubling they are. How Han forces himself on Leia in Empire Strikes back was pointed out to me just a few years ago, and I've been coming to terms and reconciling with how these scenes have impacted my thoughts and character since. I also know many people who hold Ford's characters and swagger in near-mythological regard. Hopefully McIntosh's work helps others reconsider how they view and think about movies.
A piece-by-piece demonstration of why we need differential gears in cars and how they work. My face lit up like a christmas tree when they reveal the "solution". Great engineering and design always make my day.
I recently discovered Girls' Game Shelf from a Shut Up and Sit Down news post. I love their mix of light tutorial, gameplay, and review, and how the videos are only 10-15 minutes. I found myself nodding along with every ounce of doting and critique on their Codenames video, and now I can't wait to point to them when asked "where do you find all these games?".
As the credits rolled, I teared up and thought one word: lovely.