There have been many, many covers of Frozen’s “Let It Go.” Today we have perhaps the most unexpected one: a rendition compiled completely from ’80s TV clips. It’s not much musically—suffice to say that dated sitcom characters can’t carry a tune like Eddie Vedder—but the sheer amount of legwork that went into this warrants admiration. There’s over 60 shows featured; video producer Jim Cliff is the man behind the masterpiece.
(via Laughing Squid.)
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The autonomous Google car may never actually happen.