Where to Watch Election Day 2010 Results Online

While the stakes for this election might not be quite as high as they were in 2008, any political junkie knows that this year’s results could have a major impact on national and local politics — and there are plenty of options for watching the action online.

Halloween Vid Picks: LXD, Spoilers, Walking Dead

It’s almost Halloween, and you may be already consumed by costume parties and whatnot this weekend. But if you’re looking for a quick video fix of spooky content, here are a few options — some spooky dancing, some spooky spoilers, and some spooky zombies.

YouTube CEO & Co-Founder Stepping Down

Five years after co-founding YouTube, long-time CEO Chad Hurley is stepping down from that position, according to TechCrunch. He’s been transitioning away from the CEO role for the last two years, ceding most day-to-day business decisions to Google’s former VP of web applications Salar Kamangar.

Where to Watch Jon Stewart’s Daily Show Rally Live Online

This is what democracy looks like: Countless fans of Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert will come to the National Mall in Washington D.C. this Saturday to demonstrate for sanity and fear, respectively. Can’t be amongst them? Don’t worry, the entire spectacle will be streamed live online.

Farewell, Legend of Neil, You Naughty Game-Changer

Today’s the series finale of Atom.com’s The Legend of Neil, and the show’s signoff — an epic 20 minute mash-up of pop culture references and real character moments — is a more than fitting farewell to the NSFW Nintendo-spoofing series that established Atom as a comedy brand.

Is the Xbox 360 a Good Cord-Cutting Device?

This week on NewTeeVee’s first original web series, Janko tests the Xbox 360’s cable-replacing abilities, Ryan talks to a San Francisco cord-cutter who doesn’t miss Comcast, and Liz gets into the Halloween spirit with the Dailymotion-exclusive horror web series Camera Obscura.

Steampunk Series Riese Now Live on SyFy

Happy Tuesday, steampunk fans! As promised earlier this month, episode 1 of the independent web series Riese relaunched today on SyFy.com, just one step in the process towards a potential television adaptation. Re-edited in collaboration with SyFy, the new version is narrated by Amanda Tapping.

You Don’t Need Ladybits to Love Vag Magazine

Vag, a web series about a fashion magazine taken over by a team of third-wave feminists, is to Bust Magazine as Legend of Neil is to the video game Legend of Zelda — accessible even if you don’t know the source material, and so incredibly funny.

YouTube Mash-Up Lets You Make Your Own MTV

Type in the name of an artist, select a song, and you’re presented with a playlist of 150 music videos, based on music filtering algorithms from Last.fm: That’s the gist of a new mash-up that combines Google Instant-like search with YouTube videos and Last.fm recommendations.

President Obama Says “It Gets Better” To Gay Teens

Over the last month, over 2,000 videos have been contributed to Dan Savage’s It Gets Better Project for LGBT teenagers, with countless more statements of compassion scattered across social networking sites. Last night, President Obama joined those speaking out on Youtube — but should he have?