8 geek videos that aren't viral . . . yet

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8 geek videos that aren't viral . . . yet

We scoured the internet to bring you 8 of the funniest tech videos the web has to offer. Sure, they didn't feature musical pets or dancing babies, and they had merely hundreds of thousands of views, but they rated high for geek entertainment.

Killa Appz

While the humor of this rap song will only reach a select audience, this is my favorite video of the year (so far). Kudos, kudos, and chocolate chip kudos. Enjoy.

Star Wars Thriller

If Michael Jackson were alive to see this, I think he would love it. Either that, or don a Jar Jar Binks costume and annoy the hell out of Regis Philbin.

While We're on a Music Theme . . .

Rap Cat Music Video

My cat loves this song. He's sitting next to me while this is playing and he's actually meowing along! Grab your cat and check it out. Really! (Nothing "techy" about this video. It's just too ridiculous to pass up).

Did You Know?

A cool video filled with information "Right here, right now" style.

The Fastest Computer in the World?

It's a very interesting video. But you may need to grab a cup of coffee first.

Apps Gone Wild

The iPod Human

It was probably inevitable. This is barely worth watching. Yet, I can't stop. For some reason, it's ridiculously funny.

The Developer Developer Song

Steve Ballmer as M.C. You know, this dude could be a STAR!

White and Nerdy

And folks, the best tech viral video sensation...evah! Let's ride out on a wave of Weird Al.

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