Some people say the Loch Ness Monster is nothing but a naturally occurring wind-swept ripple in the water, others claim they’ve seen some diplodocus-esque beast breach the surface several times.Now you can keep a watchful eye on the storied waters all day and night if you want thanks to this cam, which is perched atop a lakeside pasture.
Today, she’s a healthy house-trained pet with her very own bedroom, complete with full-size bed and stuffed animal friends.
If you always felt like you missed your calling as a truck driver, tune into Big Rig Travels to see what you’ve been missing.
It’s a live first-person account of what it’s like to criss-cross the country in an 18-wheeler from a driver named Steve. This guy in Dennison, Texas rigged up his messy home office with a whole bunch of weird lamps and sound effects.
Webcams are quite useful for chatting face to face with faraway friends and loved ones.
Also, with strangers who may or may not be wearing clothes.
But there's a whole world of weirdly fascinating live video streams out there, serving no real purpose except to make you say "WTF?
" and then waste whole hours of your life away, giggling mindlessly. If you prefer to ignore your own poor life decisions and instead watch complete strangers make them, this stream is for you.
You can watch live as couples tie the knot in a beautifully tacky ceremony officiated by a tried and true King impersonator.
Unfortunately there’s no way to watch the subsequent annulment.
If you’re having a rough day, fire up this gem and watch a small posse of adorable sea otters at the Vancouver Aquarium swim around on their backs and hold hands with each other.
As if that weren't enough, they have cams for penguins, belugas, and jelly fish too.