What happens when 50,000 people simultaneously try to play the same video game? Mass hysteria. A single session of “Pokemon Red” is currently being controlled by anyone who logs onto Twitch.tv, where they can enter text commands (up, down, left, right, select, start, B or A) to control the game. Since thousands of people are “playing” at once, it's taking awhile for anything to get done.
Check it out: Twitch.tv/twitchplayspokemon
Jimmy Fallon has held onto his goofy musical moments with his move to “The Tonight Show.” Our favorite so far is an edit of Brian Williams' news segments to make it sound like he's doing The Sugarhill Gang's “Rapper's Delight.”
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If superhero vigilantes such as Batman were real, they wouldn't wear big rubber suits. Batman would need armor that was both flexible enough to fight in and durable enough to withstand all those punches, kicks and bullets. A team of armorers and weaponry researchers created the perfect armor for fighting that would both protect someone from heavy blows and allow someone with advanced martial arts skills to still be able to fight.
Check it out: http://bit.ly/1fCrXGr