If you’re nostalgic for times past when moving pictures came on a disc, you’re in luck. The YouTube Collection gives you every YouTube video onto DVD — and it may be a few more DVDs than you were hoping for. Delivered to your door by a fleet of 176 trucks piled high with dozens of boxes, it promises immaculate categorization of every single YouTube video. Too bad you won’t be able to fit even 1% of the collection through your front door. It offers up your favorite categories or the entire collection, which contains upwards of 400,000 discs, and at a cost of $5 per disc, YouTube can only hope you’re willing to shell out more than $2 million for the order. Alternatively, you could still go to the normal YouTube website — for free, of course.
April Fools’ Day 2012: The Best Pranks from Around the Web
Each April 1, websites attempt to fool us all with the latest-and-greatest product that in the end turns out to be simply a joke. But it doesn't stop us from hoping that someday these "breakthroughs" become more than just a one-day wonder