It’s the most wonderful time of the year when we pause to look back at the best movies, music, and television that was released over the last 12 months. Of course, most of us spend more time browsing the world wide web than doing anything else, so it’s only appropriate to remember the year that was online, too. A new video compilation helps us remember it all.
For the last seven years, video editor Luc Bergeron has released a “Best of Web” series, under the name Zapatou. This year’s video is a remix of a whopping 506 videos culled from YouTube. The video clocks in at 21 minutes, which is Bergeron’s longest to date. The supercut is a collage of visuals taken from skydivers, astronauts, bikers, magicians and hot air balloonists as well as baby DJs, cat videos, drumming pugs, tiny hamsters eating tiny things, and so much more.
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