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Well, if momentrabbit's going to link to Whovian fan music videos, I'll point out Bagi the Material Cat Girl, by way of mycroftb.

Here's something some folks may not have come across before - an episode of a relatively obscure Aardman production, Rex the Runt. This one's a particularly surreal episode: Under the Duvet.

Another RL company joins SL: Reuters, covering events in both worlds.

I had to think of sockscatt on reading this brief tale of technological woe. ^_^

nicodemusrat pointed out a most amusing perversion: replacing OS X's panic image (as displayed on such an occasion) with a BSOD. ^_^;

This is quite an.. unusual exercise video. Because, after all, nothing says "aerobic workout" like "poodles".

Handy - you can now download the entire CIA World Factbook, weighing in at an impressive 38MB for the complete zip archive. (I was wondering what North Korea's imports and exports were)

Discover the nature of workplace sexual harrassment in this video mycroftb found. (NSFW, as is this related image)

The Energizer Bunny, off-duty. (NSFW)

"Cupcake", with delicious frosting.

And I felt this Opus cartoon was really quite sweet.
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I think Whispers of the Heart would have to be in there, ne? It's one of the least fantastic (in the literal sense) of Studio Ghibli's works, but still one of my favorites - the scene where the grandfather's band and the two of them are just in that jam, everyone playing, her singing.. there's something quite magical. And Totoro, well, what more need be said? ^_^ (Did I ever show you that excellent Gordon Lightfoot/Totoro AMV?)

If I were in charge of a furcon's video programming, I know I'd have to slot the poodles in somewhere. The reactions would be priceless. =:)
Yes, very good story; I only wish it was longer. And you know what, I've never actually seen Totoro. o.o I don't think I've seen that AMV either, eep.
True, that was one of their shorter works, more's the pity - Spirited Away, by contrast, felt much more the right length; quite an epic tale, in all.

Ohh! Oh, you must remedy that! Totoro's iconic not merely for being one of Miyazaki's first works, but an outstanding one at that. The story's essentially quite simple, and holds the earlier gentle pacing, forming part of its charm.

Yay! Found a link for that AMV: here. It's set to Gordon Lightfoot's "The Pony Man" - quite an ideal musical selection, and Lostboy manages to edit it into something encapsulating the wonder felt on enjoying the feature itself.