The narration gives excellent context on the clip.
Former British Olympic skier Graham Bell live-narrates a trip down the Hahnenkamm World Cup course in Kitzbuhel, Austria. Amazing camera work and narration considering the incredible speed and intensity of the run.
This perspective illustrates the sheer size of the spacecraft. There are up-close shots of the crew boarding hatch, solid rocket boosters, external tank, and the Shuttle's thermal protection tiles. The Shuttle must accelerate to 17,000 mph to reach orbit, which is absolutely incredible for this behemoth.
This article goes into a fair amount of detail about how quantitative trading firms make money. It is usually difficult to find anything more than vague, surface-level information online about the industry. This is mainly because employees of these firms sign nondisclosure agreements to protect their firm's strategies. Also, specifics of the work quickly get into PhD-level mathematics territory. While the author doesn't go too deep into the intricacies of any strategy, there is a surprising amount of detail about the methods these firms employ.
Urban historian Steve Duncan gives a totally unauthorized, personal tour of New York City's subway tunnels, sewers, and bridges. Directed by Andrew Wonder.
“... it's back to 1993 when I had one of those big, ten-foot satellite dishes and all the best descramblers available at the time. Incredibly, I was able to dial up the President's rehearsal for a minutes-away, address to the nation....FROM the freakin' Oval Office!!! You'll see George Stephanopolous and other operatives buzzing around, as well as a make-up girl who was irritating Billy Bob to the point where he gave her a look that would have made most people wet their pants. The sound cuts in and out the camera focus is all over the place, but it's absolutely fascinating to watch.” - Jimmy Smith
“This is an excerpt of an uncirculated DVD featuring a rare uncensored clip of Andy Kaufman out of character during an interview with a personal friend, Seth Schultz, after a particularly brutal reception on stage in the Catskill's Mountains, New York in 1979.” - Joeyland
It's strange to see shots of everyday life back then in such high quality. 1993 is earlier than you'd usually see for HD footage even though modern high definition standards have been around since the mid-1980's.