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Investment opportunity: CityUnscripted the startup linking locals and travellers.
Uber’s on-demand food delivery service has launched a breakfast delivery service in Zones 1 and 2 of London.
Call the selfie art? The Saatchi Gallery’s new exhibition challenges perceptions.
Help Solar Team Great Britain build a car capable of winning a race.
Can you keep a pinky promise? UNICEF and Louis Vuitton buddy up to #MakeAPromise.
Let’s drink to the wine crowdfunder tickling tastebuds and bank accounts.
By George! The firm that made the prince’s dressing gown, My 1st Years, secures £5m funding.
Manage your family’s prepaid services in one app.
Dragon Peter Jones pulls out of funding tech startup.
20 UK crowdfunding startups backed by Andy Murray. Tech and tennis champ.
Don’t mock it, Hull is UK City of Culture 2017. Plan a visit and see what all the fuss is about on their buzzing site.
The face cream crowdfunder - MyShowcase makes beauty your business.
School Notices quickly raises over half a million pounds.
Roll out your yoga mat, login online and take a deep breath. Namaste!
Do nothing for two minutes, we dare you.
Spare a thought for the pain and suffering of children and families in Aleppo. #ItBeginsWithABlanket
Médecins Sans Frontières is the charity reaching remote areas ignored by Google Maps.
Why are women missing on Wikipedia? Gender gap addressed.
Join the revolution in social lending. Flender changes the way we borrow and lend money.
May the Christmas Number One battle commence?
Raise money to replace stolen children's gifts from a London hospital.
Want to walk away from the internet? deseat.me can help.
The social media site plans to tackle these false stories spreading like wildfire.
This week’s crowdfunder, SoundOut promises to predict future bestsellers.
The Christmas video causing a stir: Stop Funding Hate sparks debate and controversy.
Why Jeremy Clarkson chose online streaming. Dubbed one of the most anticipated TV launches ever.
Seen the Mannequin Challenge? It’s the standing-still craze gone viral.
Tinder meets NCT - Mush app bringing parents together in the same area.
Declaring war on online ticket touts as Twickets, the fan-to-fan ticket resale platform, crowdfunds.
SuperCarers, an online platform helping families to find trusted carers living in their local area, is crowdfunding.
How fundraising Goldfinger Factory creates furniture and a feel-good factor.
Named best website for second year in a row at the annual Travel Media Awards.
Fancy a robotic chef? The ultimate kitchen gadget by Moley Robotics is crowdfunding.
Real world Spooks prompts government £2m investment for online nightmares.
How Emma Watson used Instagram to put feminist books in the headlines.
Christmas countdown begins with special video footage of Harrods’ Toy Kingdom.
In the news again, Uber loses court case over minimum wage.
Gwyneth Paltrow launches fashion label online and it sells out fast.
New Google Flights update predicts the cheapest time to book your holiday.
Luxury private members club for children Maggie & Rose launches new website.
Heard about Cycle.land? It’s the bike-sharing app taking on Boris.
The travel stories that caught our eye... including Victoria Beckham's trip to Kenya on UNAIDS charity mission.
Book any office, anywhere. Support crowdfunding startup OFIXU.com
The smart solution to enable 8-18 year olds to gain confidence with money, learning under parental guidance.
Enter this autumn colour photo competition in partnership with Parkinson's UK to win tickets to Sir Roy Strong's lecture on Shakespeare's Garden.
The first crowdfunding platform dedicated to financing emerging artists.
MoMA put its entire archive online dating back to its opening in 1929.
Did you know that eighty per cent of Britain's publicly owned oil paintings are in storage at any one time?
Aims to give emerging filmmakers from China, Latin America the opportunity to show their films in the British market.
Re-launch of BHS as an online shop selling lighting and home furnishing products.
The supermodel reveals her plans to launch her own talent agency.
Aiming to be the AirBnB of commercial legal services.
Would you trust a robot behind the wheel?
A digital coaching syllabus, app and website which coaches tennis to five to ten year olds.
Helping transport your kids to school and activities, employing vetted female guardians.
The Design Museum is making the big move from Shad Thames to Kensington and it needs your help, #adoptanobject.
The tracks that the US President is listening to...
Forbes Magazine chooses the sharpest team uniforms that are winning gold in the style stakes.
Sundried is looking to raise funds to enable it to corner a larger slice of the £5bn+ UK sportswear market.
The app that lets you run virtually with friends in real time, wherever they are in the world.
The mother of all crowdfunders.
A boutique patisserie aiming to become the go-to destination for French macarons, luxury cakes and deserts.
Specialising in the conversion of containers into bespoke high-end pop-up bars, restaurants and even hotels.
Crowdfunding to grow the service providing SMEs with a high-quality online presence via a subscription-based model.
The mobile publishing platform that helps festival organisers self-publish sophisticated interactive apps.
Co-working and shared workspaces are all the rage these days but how best to manage them? These guys have the answer.
The designer energy saving light bulb company is looking to launch a new range of LEDs.
The one-stop travel portal for planning a family holiday is looking to raise £500,000 on Crowdcube.
The new Burberry campaign, shot in London by Mario Testino, stars Edie Campbell and Callum Turner.
This growing collection of infographics on a variety of topics is a great way to get clued up.
In recognition of this milestone achievement, the go-to site for inspirational gifts and products has made a short film.
Aiming to become the go-to platform for venue booking in every major city across the world.
LOVESPACE has a revolutionary approach to storage - instead of needing to rent an entire storage room, you can store by the box.
In May 2016 Bo Gilbert became the first 100 year-old model in Vogue.
Rob Brydon reads from a Bernard Levin poem showing how Shakespeare is entrenched in our language.
A crowdfunding pitch celebrating English bee farmers.
Vogue's 73 Questions has just released a new video - featuring Taylor Swift.
Part of luxury skincare brand, SK-11's #ChangeDestiny campaign.
Two folk singers are thrown together in the aftermath of 9/11 when their plane is grounded...
The equity crowdfunding platform that delivers exclusive Pre IPOs to accredited investors, Airbnb included.
Rise Art is looking to grow into an online marketplace for contemporary art, handpicked by experts.
Turn your text messages into Shakespearean prose.
Can technology replicate the work of a genius?
School kids are given the chance to light up Wembley's iconic arch with innovative online coding tool from EE. #LightTheArch.
British artist, Conrad Shawcross RA, unveils his new art installation at the Peninsula Hong Kong Hotel.
Fancy building your own smart home? Then this is the crowdfunding campaign for you.
This amusing parody of a US ad for the ‘Slap Chop’ on You Tube is pure comedy gold.
Put your crowdfunding proposal to a pool of over 114,000 investors in one fell swoop.
Our favourite memes.
The ultimate in virtual fancy dress, the app doing the rounds at the moment.
Flipsnack looks at how our favourite characters from literature would have fared with modern technology.
Two documentaries worth watching, offering up profound insights into the web and its role in society.
Jani White's project aims to help couples struggling with fertility issues to take a leap into the unknown side of their sexuality.
Temperley London has just announced a digital collaboration with social platform Vero, for fashion week.
Out Of X is a fashion crowdfunding platform designed for independent fashion designers and fashion forward consumers.
Creating a market for restaurants and bars to fill empty seats, whilst offering locals great foodie deals.
Acclimatising children to the concepts of coding well before they ever set eyes on a computer.
A crowdfunding initiative seeks to raise money for a judicial review into TFL.
The World Weekly has put together an insightful round up of the most revolutionary new products to hit the trade show.
Demy De Zeeuw, who runs football-focused Instagram account 433, shows us how...
The Blippar app allows fans to create a selfie of themselves as Ziggy Stardust.
A pledge will get you anything and everything including a trip to the author's shed and your name printed in David Charles's book.
Czapek, the return of a legendary watch brand. Own part of a Swiss watch company.
Raising money for the British Heart Foundation (BHF)’s Nation of Lifesavers campaign.
Yes it’s Christmas and that means time off, which also means time to cook! But it needn’t be lots of time it could just be 60 seconds.
The Hospice at Home team are looking for funds to help patients in their own homes enjoy what may well be their last Christmas.
Crowdfunder have put together this comprehensive list of all their christmas themed campaigns.
PitchGlitch is a free tech jargon removal tool, conceived to make communication clearer and help people working in the tech field.
Another week another way for hackers and misanthropists the world over to try and gain access to your personal data.
Markus Polleichtner and Liza Mirelman, co-founders of Postboxed.co.uk, comment on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
For Global Entrepreneurship Week, Funding Circle curated a wall of the most pertinent business quotes of modern times.
Redditgifts is a giant online gift exchange platform with over 280,000 participants in 160 countries, including Bill Gates.
Here's the new John Lewis Christmas TV advert; #ManOnTheMoon.
The Economist has expanded its digital offerings with a new series of documentaries called 'Global Compass'.
The Peckham Coal Line will be an elevated urban park built on disused railway coal sidings to form a natural and social link between two high streets.
Great Scott! For Back to the Future Day the Internet went crazy.
BlanX teams up with Natasha Corrett for a video series on foods that naturally whiten teeth.
A crowdfunding project with a heart, raising money for two young children from South Africa.
Humorous responses from the net to the latest hoax.
Classic Beckham, it’s classic Belstaff. What more is there to say? Make sure you watch Outlaws.
Advice from the seasoned IG expert who consults with brands offering them advice on how to maximise their feed.
We say, wait till dislikes start lighting your page up and see how much empathy you feel then.
Thanks to Blippar, the image recognition and augmented reality app, banknotes come to life to tell the story of the Queen’s reign.
Of course the Internet is flurry with memes on the crisis, the greatest migration since WW2. These are the ones that have hit the hardest.
The global crisis is the largest mass exodus of civilians since WW2. MOAS operates to avoid tragedies in the Mediterranean.
Calais Action transports supplies to the refugees camped in Calais who are attempting to reach the UK by crossing the Channel.
The Business of Fashion launches BoF Education, a platform providing fashion students and entrepreneurs with insight into how the industry works.
This summer Penguin partners with TfL and Virgin Media to celebrate its 80th birthday, opening its bookshelf to London Underground customers.
Last week we saw Tom Greaves's revolutionary attempt to get a date offline - now we bring you the antithesis.
In this video single actor Tom Greaves challenged himself to find his next date - offline.
Micro, small and medium sized businesses will be granted up to £5,000 for specialist advice to boost their cyber security.
The gloves that facilitate the sensation of virtual reality, a Kickstarter project.
Varidesk, the adjustable-height standing desk that allows you to easily switch between standing and sitting while working, launches pop-up office.
This week's project sees six ladies trying to swim the Channel not once, not twice, but three, yes three times.
A not-for-profit organisation which aims to make coders of even the most resolute beginners.
Rehabilitating female prisoners with the force of theatre, bringing a powerful show to the Edinburgh Fringe.
A campaign to raise money for equal opportunities in parliament.
Challenging the antiquated and decidedly cruel practices at work in the majority of UK slaughterhouses.
First born digital records transferred from a government department to The National Archives.
A gang of Shakespeare-quoting hackers stole millions from British banks online and now Bloomberg tells us how the Cyberpolice has beaten them.
Skirts, tank tops and even trousers, The Electroloom Developer Kit is a tool that designs and manufactures custom 3D fabrics.
Daredevil adventurer James Kingston has become the first person in the world to stand on the top of Wembley Stadium’s famous arch.
Alex Crawford is harnessing the power of the site in her battle against anorexia, as her eating disorders are 'killing her'.
Boomf launches Art of the Mallow, a nationwide intern search that aims to find new creative talents.
Kovert conducted a social experiment in order to learn more about how our digital habits affect our ability to be present and connect with one another
Buzzfeed featured an International cast of gorgeous male models to show how drastically the physical attributes of the ideal man vary across the world
This specific sequence of characters will make your friends' iPhones shut down and reboot.
It may not need investment having exceeded its conservative 150,000 euro target, but Miito is the kettle of the future.
Holly McNish is about to have a short film made in her honour based around her iconic poem on breastfeeding 'Embarrassed'.
The new web app by Microsoft promises to get within a certain grade of accuracy vis a vis your gender and age by analysing a picture of your face.
Net-A-Porter introduces theNETSET, the social shopping network open to anyone who loves fashion and style.
Karlie Kloss’ Dubsmash at Cannes with Eva Longoria, Lara Stone, Barbara Palvin and Doutzen Kroes has gone viral.
It’s Eurovision time: the 60th Edition of the biggest European music festival will celebrate its Grand Final on Saturday.
Spotify reveals new features to improve the experience for anyone who listens to the app during their runs.
McSweeney's, the San Francisco based independent publisher, has launched its own crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter, and it's a worthy one.
Digital Shoreditch is a unique community celebrating the outstanding creative, technical and entrepreneurial talent of the UK, Europe and beyond.
Do not be fooled: if you don't recognise the email, never click on the link.
An email platform for people with something to say.
Video on the web, FightMe takes the user experience to a whole new level with the addition of challenges.
Video sites that are entertaining, informative, educational and could be a conversation starter.
Digital pioneer Martha Lane Fox delivers 2015's Richard Dimbleby Lecture on understanding the internet more deeply.
We rate some of the funniest spoofs on the web - here's a list of the best April Fools' Day pranks out there...
Will the robin be knocked off his perch?
Zayn Malik has left One Direction and the world is a vale of tears right now.
Facebook presented some new features, most notably the introduction of a platform for developers to easily create apps that integrate with Messenger. 
The moment might have finally come: Whatsapp introduces the phone calls feature for everybody.
female:pressure offers a visual catalogue of female producers, DJ’s, media artists and electronic music performers at work.
The series 100 Years of Beauty shows in a minute how beauty standards have changed throughout a century.
The cast of HBO's epic show tries to explain everything that’s happened in four years of television...in just 30 seconds.
Flipboard has gone online, targeting million of desktops around the world.
Limited edition accessories, created by the design talent participating in the BFC Contemporary initiative, available on eBay.
Change is coming in the form of the humble phone number...
This Valentine's Day disconnect from your phones and instead, be right there in the vivid reality of an evening with your partner.
The leader of the Labour Party's top blunders.
Stephen Fry adds his weight to the campaign to pardon thousands of men convicted of homosexuality.
"Turn down for 2014" celebrates all the moments, memes, and people that made 2014 memorable.
Alice explains why her love affair with Facebook is well and truly over.
Yes, Uber is dangerously close to losing our affections altogether and it's all down to privacy.
Facebook has paid heed to the hive mind and banished hoaxes.
Every january, start the new year by trying vegan for a month.
Blogger Marc Ehrich has promoted a tool that allows you to check whether someone has liked a Facebook page. 
How One Boy With Autism Became BFF With Apple’s Siri.
Dating app Tinder takes over self destructing picture app Tappy.
George Clooney stars in Downton Abbey sketch for ITV's Text Santa Charity Christmas Appeal.
Sound system specialists, Bose, discover the stories beyond the sounds, featuring Fatboy Slim and The Rockafeller Skank.
In time for Christmas, Horyou, the Social Network for Social Good, is launching its Social Web TV, Horyou TV.
Mr McConaughey's success seems unstoppable: we pay homage to this handsome actor with a gallery of some of the best celebrity impressions.
Karlie Kloss will be answering questions from some students about what inspired her to try out coding for the first time this year.
This montage by Kogonada pays homage to the director by collecting some of the best examples of his perfectly symmetric frames. 
Evan Spiege, the entrepreneur behind Snapchat, has been voted by students as the most influential new media figure under the age of 30.
Streetbank is a grassroots not-for-profit movement that aims to make neighbourhoods more neighbourly.
Actual Experience, which lists firms such as Condé Nast among its clients, has been named a winner of the coveted Red Herring Top 100 Global award.
For less than £10, Keepod lets you reuse your old computer, transforming it into a modern Android machine where you can access your favourite apps.
We definitely know that often “women do it better”: for example Great British Entrepreneur Awards’ Nominee Cheryl MacDonald.
Yes it's today. Many retailers will offer their goods with huge discounts, including Amazon, John Lewis and Sainsbury.
HomeHalo is a parental Internet control system designed by parents for parents, aiming to keep kids safe online.
Womentoring offers free mentoring by professional literary women to talented up and coming female writers.
Transferwise launched its own manifesto, asking for more transparency in foreign exchange pricing.
This fall, Matter is funding its first International Reporting Fellowship. Voting ends on Friday, November 21.
For the series, “seriously interesting projects that need your help right now”, here we introduce you to our Kickstarter of the Week.
Whatsapp introduces the double blue ticks; we take a look at the reactions on Twitter.
Shakespeare’s Globe launches Globe Player, becoming the first theatre to create its own dedicated video-on-demand platform.
Here's the new John Lewis Christmas TV advert with Monty The Penguin.
Here we are again: a new image trend, that quickly become viral, all for a good cause of course...
Skeletons and Zombies paraded through London today, to lay hidden fees to rest.
We take a look at the Top 5 Most Exciting UK Tech Projects on Kickstarter.
Flipboard, the world’s most popular personal magazine, has just unveiled its 3.0, a new generation of the app.
Ibis Hotel launches sleep art exhibition.
Startup founders visit Number 10 to discuss support for entrepreneurs
Technopop is one of the biggest science festivals out there for kids aged 6 - 19.
Another week, another security breach, last week Snapchat, this time Dropbox.
From the series “heart melting videos”, four married couples dance on their wedding song.
Bestowing personalised compliments to provide the nation with a much needed morale boost.
The new interactive mapping platform designed to explore the performance and dynamics of cities across the UK.
The much lauded Disney's movie in the form of an 8-bit video game.
The brand new, ad-free social network that tells "you are not a product".
Hop aboard someone else's Instagram feed...
A glorious celebration of the craftsmanship of the world's greatest designers.
Apple introduces iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch.
The latest batch of viral videos that caught our eye...
Crowdfunder and Creative England on the hunt for the UK’s top female game developers.
It’s the iTunes festival again: 30 nights and 60 performances live from the historical stage at The Roundhouse in central London.
How the next government should support digital startups in the UK, according to Coadec.
Our top tips to prevent your iCloud account from being breached.
More videos of celebrities dumping cold water on their head for a good cause.
Papatango, the theatre company making the most of crowd funding...
What makes personalities such as Mark Zuckerberg, Lady Gaga and Bill Gates dump a bucket of icewater on their heads?
A myriad of contrasting performances, a talent way beyond the norm. Robin Williams. RIP Sir.
A searingly honest (and hopeful) portrayal of depression; pass it on to everyone you know with the illness.
As ever, here are the links that caught our eye.
Philip Seymour Hoffman talks about Life, Death, and Happiness in this animated video of PBS' Blank on Blank series.
No matter how strong, independent and self-conscious you are: we all have a weakness for proposals.
Everything you ask Google sounds a lot more stupid when you actually ask Google.
As ever, here are the links that caught our eye.
As ever, here are the links that caught our eye.
Penny in Yo' Pants, an easy solution to making your skirt bikeable.
Art icon Marina Abramović has teamed up with Adidas to create a short film to celebrate the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
Spanish cuisine, ay, caramba! - what happens when two famous chefs come together to delve into their culinary roots?
Foosball legends show off their skills in Nokia's #LumiaShootOut.
As ever, here are the links that caught our eye.
Yes Wimbledon fever has hit us with the force of a full Federer serve; thanks to Youtube, we can refresh our memory with an epic moment or two.
Tallulah Rendall talks about the launch of her crowd funded album The Banshee and The Moon.
Disruptive innovation at its most threatening.
This video made by the talented Will Marks, just for a bit of fun, has in our humble opinion far exceeded its mission statement.
As ever here are the links that caught our eye.
In memory of the writer/performer who will forever live in the public consciousness.
As the world celebrates Tetris's 30th birthday, Dr Tom Stafford applauds 'the granddaddy of puzzle games...'
Rhodes and Nick Mulvey - as Hannah Reid lead singer of London Grammar said quite rightly, "They shouldn’t be support acts."
Creativity is what makes the world go round and here we bring you some favourite videos and podcasts.
The personal development expert who's carved out a niche dealing with phobias.
An utterly delightful comedy weaves its way through this viral hit.
For all those dating (Tinder or not), let Connor Hines' short film, Local Attraction, be a lesson to you.
Articles that caught our eye this week and worthy of your attention.
For bitesize videos to keep your brain cells engaged, TED-Ed is where it's at.
The animal kingdom, current affairs, being cornered by a narcissist - these are the links worth sharing.
Two choc videos to do you proud, definitely worth trying at home.
Yet another veritable smorgasbord of the weird, wacky and downright eclectic, links worth sharing.
A bumper edition of articles/viral vids that have caught our eye this week.
Our selection of articles to browse and share.
A whistle stop tour around the theory behind humanism, narrated by Stephen Fry.
The web's latest pint-sized viral star, with light sabres, super hero antics and more.
These articles lit up our week at GWG HQ this week.
A delightful and prophetic video featuring the young and as yet unknown Bradley Cooper.
Links worth reading and sharing.
Taking the concept one step further with this really rather harrowing video.
Links worth clicking on, reading and sharing.
Watch this interview where he takes on Ali G, a perfect example of his legacy to educate, inspire and galvanise the next generation.
Links worth reading and for sharing.
Share worthy articles, pictures, memes, whatever lit up our week here at The GWG.
Leading nutritionist Patrick Holford explains the role that diet plays in disease prevention.
Mark Grist recites his poem as directed by Guy Larsen - here's Girls Who Read.
A compendium of the weird, wonderful and decidedly wacky but also, the informative educational, insightful pieces that made us think.
We lost one of our time's finest actors this week. Watch Philip Seymour Hoffman's brilliant performance in Synechdoche, New York.
The next generation touchscreen user interface...
Watch Bill Gates lose spectacularly at chess...
Revel in 70s and 80s nostalgia with this lovely little gem of a video.
Up your motivation by watching this truly inspiring feature-length YouTube find...
Cartoons that will educate you on the often confusing complexities of the art world.
Prof Steven Van Belleghem gives us an overview of social media's high and lows in 2013.
This motivational video will have you hitting the treadmill and punching the air in no time.
Harvey Nichols gets it right and Jean Kilbourne is on point...
'The world's toughest rowing race' is just about to begin; here's a little taste of what's ahead...
All I want for Christmas is... a pint of blood. Make sure you give blood.
ABBA celebrates its fortieth anniversary in April, want to be part of the action?
We've got two very different videos for you this week...
Two classic clips of two of the most interesting artists; it's Pollock and Basquiat.
One lucky street musician is joined by the most unlikely person; the artist whose track was being performed...
Hollie McNish dishes out her views on current events through spoken word poetry.
Brush up on chess and learn some new skills with the aid of these online tutorials.
Our two favourite foodie videos on YouTube - here they are.
Give peace a chance with these three hope inducing videos.
UCAS is launching new instructive videos on its site to help deaf students apply to higher education.
Reach an expert level of networking with the help of Marie Forleo, the American business coach.
This week we've lost the great Sir David Frost and Seamus Heaney. To pay our respects we've chosen these videos...
If you're interested in learning a new language, the BBC has got a really helpful set of interactive videos for you.
Connect4Climate delivers an exciting and inspiring YouTube video competition - see for yourself...
We can't wait for the third Homeland season to air. Until then, feast your eyes on the nerve-wracking new trailer...
Ten facts about Google that might have escaped your notice, until now...
This animated little gem courtesy of Saskia Kretzchmann is our viral video of the week.
Our favourite video this week is one courtesy of Robert Glasper - and was filmed in one take.
Positive Luxury offers a thought-provoking video on environmental morals.
This week we've got two very different food videos for you - dig in.
Books are literally the best. So are the authors behind the stories - have a listen to these vids of known writers talking about their work.
Our two fave videos this week include some of the best things in life - tennis and fashion!
Catch up on fashion with this well put together collage of Fashion Week clips from Fashion TV.
Relive what's possibly one of the best games of tennis ever - Andy Murray vs. Michael Llodra in the Australian Open 2012.
It's Virgin Media Shorts time and these are our favourite videos of the 2013 crop.
Prepare to have your heart melted by this adorable pair of twins...
For one week only on the biggest platform in the world and the funniest brains on the planet. Ends 25 May 2013.
We really love Gerard Butler. This video is more than enough to explain why.
Jackson Katz, Ph.D, is an author, filmmaker, teacher and anti-sexism activist, and in his TED Talk he raises illuminating points on gender violence.
A video of an old man drinking beer, way back in '97. 1897, that is!
How would Norway be perceived by people in Africa if this video was the only information source? Watch Sindre Edland-Gryt's thought-provoking short.
If there ever was one video that deserves a viral spread - this is it: a video calling for action to help adolescent girls out of poverty.
Guy walks into BBC for a job interview - and a hilarious case of mistaken identity then follows...
It's a rollicking parody of Apple's launches; give it up for this side-splitting ad for Somersby Cider...
The Bad Lip Reading peeps have done it again - this time they've given their hilarious treatment to One Direction...
Budding writers and publishing people alike will love this interesting insight into the world of Random House...
Both YouTube and Ricky Gervais are best known as sources of comedy - yet here is a fascinating offering of the more educational kind.
Enjoy the Fairtrade Fortnight with this informative and inspiring Youtube channel created by the good peeps at Equal Exchange.
This week we've got two adorable videos lined up for you - check these babies out!
Feeling blue? Then turn to Kid President for some motivation.
Restore your faith in love with this moving short film by noted German film maker, Johan Planefeldt.
Rev up the romance with this adorable animated Disney short - it's our Viral Vid of the week, Paperman.
We've unearthed what is possibly the most inspiring YouTube video ever. Meet Arthur - and watch him regain his ability to walk.
Brighten the January blues with this brilliantly funny nature documentary clip starring Stephen Fry, Mark Carwardine - and a parrot...
Funny as ever Kristen Wiig and Will Ferrell get up to hilarious tomfoolery at The Golden Globes...
The first in a new series; we pay homage to the finest podcasts around - starting with a slice of literary genius; BookD by Harper Collins...
Some people will do anything for charity - like climb Mont Blanc!
Watch some of the world's most inspiring thinkers give the talk of their lives, always 'ideas worth spreading.'
The perfect Christmas video - Kim Wilde sings Christmas songs to fellow tube passengers.
Let tiny dancer William Stokkebroe, 2 inspire and awe you with his entertaining and truly impressive moves...
Complete body control is the key term in this vid featuring 70s action man Bruce Lee...
Discover the true meaning of the term 'Youtube phenomenon' and prepare to be awestruck by the sheer talent of this fifteen year old flutist...
The brains at The Open University explain complex thought experiments in just sixty seconds; watch and learn on the go!
The press conference fail of Microsoft's new tablet 'Surface'...
Jimmy Kimmel set out another Twitter challenge: 'Tell your Kids you ate all their Halloween Candy’ here are the video results...
Felix Baumgartner breaks another world record; even better it's been recreated in Lego...
There are thirteen short films in the running for the UK's biggest short film competition; we choose some favourites.
Win an iPhone 5 with Glopho, the social network for sharing news photos. Enter now.
30 nights of FREE music in London.
They came, they went, they dubbed – give it up for Edward and Bella; a bad lip reading…
2 year old Gabriel O'Donoghue gets some seriously tough love from his big sister...
A YouTube offering that will make you weep for those lost years of childhood...
Social media replaces Sterling; the very first shop where you could pay with a Tweet...
What can be done to remove, or minimize, the unwanted parts of our web footprint? The GWG finds out...
Bike enthusiasts rejoice! Google are here to give you cycling specific directions...
An Octopus intent on its fifteen minutes of fame...
A classic YouTube Video if ever there was one. Check out this disgruntled youth at your peril...
You either love it or loathe it but expect to see fireworks with Lady Grantham and her new sparring partner, Mrs Levinson (Shirley MacLaine).
The sweetest thing we've seen this side of Christmas! Check out these cute as a button siblings dancing to daddy's guitar...
The Captain has spoken! Give it up for some serious words of wisdom from the Starship Enterprize...
Need to get inspired? Then check out this seriously uplifting video of young dance prodigy Justin Bier...
The best way to keep abreast of the latest happenings from the uber inspiring world of The Paralympics 2012...
A quite shocking offering from young Belgian film maker Sofie Peeters on the hot topic of sexual harassment..
A genius YouTube video to remind us of Olympian glory.
We just had to pay homage to the wondrous Tom Daley; along with his bronze, he sure won a place in our hearts...
This week we worship at the altar of the hilarious Glozell in the trending video The Cinnamon Challenge...
This week we pay homage to an utterly mindblowing YouTube Video; the wondrous Extreme Geocaching...
Has Facebook finally lost its sheen? Writer James Harben discusses the phenomenon...
This week we pay homage to 'If Harry Potter were a Teen Comedy'... A veritable viral offering...
Writer James Harben on the sic-fi technology pervading society.... First up Google Glasses...
The GWG looks into the sheer brilliance of Google's hidden widgets...
JK Rowling's speech at Harvard in 2008 is the motivational tool of a lifetime.
Writer James Harben muses on the aesthetics of online procrastination...
Yes it's tomorrow! Join the nation and get ringing....!
We can't help but be moved by Jeremiah McDonald's video to his 12 year old self; it makes for pretty compulsive viewing...
Writer James Harben looks into the trend for brands to maximise their Pinterest presence...
The GWG pays homage to a truly great sportsman; Andy Murray we salute you...
There's a whole lot of history behind those infamous Google doodles; here's a rundown of the exquisite squiggles...
This week we crown a whole series our YouTube Video of the Week; give it up for The Partners Project!
Tempted to use a payday lender to balance your debt? Explore the options, and the small print first...
The GWG brings you the latest statistics on Android versus Apple...
Tired of running out of juice on your Apple device? Well fear not because we've rounded up the very best tips for saving that juice...
Thinking of getting rid of your car? This site has just made the process a whole lot easier; and more altruistic...
There are hundreds of dos and don'ts when it comes to navigating the notorious minefield that is FB, we've rounded them up for you!
Don't miss our brand new series - every week we'll bring you the most mind boggling, skull numbing YouTube clip we can find!
An online museum funded by The Arts Council for music fans worldwide to explore.
The Oxford University Press makes its catalogue completely free online via local libraries...
The Good Web Guide looks into the latest online widget - Google reCAPTCHA...
A love affair with the iPad 3...
Spotify launches a new Play Button that will, once again revolutionise our listening habits.
Great films are often made from the beauty of small things.
The story of the iconic poster.
Got five minutes to spare? Draw a stickman and see where it leads to.
The web equivalent of a comfort break.
Take part in this art project, documenting a global snack on 24 Feb 2012.
The winner of the World Press Photo of The Year Award is announced.
Some of the funniest viral success stories to make you laugh until you weep...
Wikipedia takes a stand by ordering a blackout of its entire UK site.
Are YOU the new David Loftus? Calling all food photographers, get your entries in by 31 Jan 2012.
Our favourite viral videos from 2011 where Fenton wins outs.
A modern day telling of the nativity.
What'll it be? The Mulberry Tillie or a Vogue Archive subscription?
This ambitious project allows visitors to browse 300 years of British and Irish newspaper articles.
What better way to liven up a long commute than by transforming it into a history lesson?
Watch the 2011 winning films at the UK's biggest short film competition.
Photographer, Chris Floyd turns the lens on 140 of his closest Twitter "friends."
Watch the trailer for this much-anticipated documentary examining tattoo culture as high art.
These inspiring short films will make you long to go travelling.
R.I.P Steve Jobs (24 February, 1955 – 5 October, 2011)
A humorous online video to announce the launch of The Dutch National Maritime Museum's new Facebook page.
Two adorable kittens star in a new Star Wars parody on You Tube.
British Airways new campaign film hopes to restore confidence in the brand.
BBC Planet Earth meets snowboarding genius in this epic documentary film.
Fashion house Lanvin reveals a sense of humour in new campaign video
Is Jim Carrey mad, foolish or has Hollywood egotism finally got the better of him?
Watch live as competitors in Finland's Kaivuriskaba competition sit out the summer in a Japanese Takeuchi mini-earth digger.
Explore contemporary craft via these online exhibitions from the Crafts Council.
Go backstage at the Edinburgh International Festival with these short films.
Watch the first four episodes of online TV series, The Chair, here.
Is the new Wikileaks ad taking credit for the Egyptian uprising?
Watch JW Griffiths' film, Splitscreen: A Love Story, winner of the Nokia Shorts prize at Edinburgh's International Film Festival 2011.
A snapshot of what happens online in a minute, an infographic from Go-Globe.
The premiere of YouTube's user-generated film.
Alan's back ... and this time it's digital.