YouTube Roundup: The Best Online Videos Of The Week

YouTube Roundup: The Best Online Videos Of The Week
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Here are links to the best online videos of the week, including: Australian dashcam disasters, ‘Attractive Lives Matter’, new War for the Planet of the Apes trailer and more.

  • This week, Malcolm Turnbull told Business Insider what he’s going to do about company tax and household debt. [Business Insider]
  • Dash Cam Owners Australia has put together another compilation of Australians being morons on our roads. [Gizmodo]
  • The final frames of The Blair Witch Project were creepy, ominous and perfectly understated. Interestingly, it almost had a far more gruesome ending at the insistence of its financiers. [Gizmodo]
  • Here’s what a ‘coffee nap’ is, and how it could supercharge your productivity. [Business Insider]
  • A team of researchers has finally cracked exactly how mosquito’s fly and according to their findings, its flight “is generated in a manner unlike any previously described for a flying animal.” [Gizmodo]
  • Here are all the April Fools 2017 gags and pranks from last week: including plenty of videoes. [Lifehacker]
  • War for the Planet of the Apes has a new trailer. [YouTube]
  • Watch Stephen Colbert take on Kendall Jenner’s ‘Attractive Lives Matter’ Pepsi ad. [YouTube]
  • Here’s the latest TV spot for Alien: Covenant. [Gizmodo]
  • The Osiris Child: Science Fiction Volume One is a sci-fi movie with a terrible title. But it actually looks a lot of fun and was filmed in the Australian outback. [Gizmodo]