by Dan Gibson
At first, it seems like a really terrible idea to set up an endless stream of YouTube videos based on a keyword, but maybe you feel like you just want to spend the rest of the day listening to songs featuring sadly underrated Dade County rapper Trick Daddy. The site makes zero distinction between good and bad videos, it just keeps spitting them out until you close out the window or pick a different search term. Why this would be useful, I have no idea (it's ostensibly a gimmick to promote a new video sharing service), but if you figure out a practical application beyond the Trick Daddy front (so many guest appearances!), let me know.
[The Awl, and a bunch of other places]