Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hey, Vsauce. Michael here. And the Internet is a big place. So, let's take a safari through the World Wide Web and find some cool things to Do Online Now Guys. Size it up with iruler.net. This website detects your monitor size and resolution and renders an accurate ruler right there on your screen. If you'd rather brake the rules, freak people out by sending them totally normal links made shady. You see, instead of shortening links, like most people like to do, this website makes URLs look worse. "5z8.info/hookers_how2printmoney"? Seems legit. Lovemonkeysw gave us a site where you can build a fake Google result page. So, for instance, I could have it search for "Anne Hathaway's Secret Crush," and generate a pic where Google responds "Do you mean Michael Stevens." Act even more strategically in Ice Breaker. Plan ahead and cut carefully as you let chunks of ice loose, not too big, mind you, for your friend to break apart. Exit Path is a beautiful game where you have to deftly manage the arrow keys to quickly escape. The more seamless your flow, the more power up speed you build. Bullettoface49 impressed me with Realm of the Mad God. An incredible mmo I've only barely started to play, but the game is rich and easy to learn. If you're looking for the easiest to learn, CandaceK007's got what you want. You can level up in this hilariously simplified RPG, the famous Super Press Space to Win action RPG. Seriously, the space bar is the only key you need to use for every action in the game. Still too complicated? Well, evo2341 suggests mouse clicking competition. Click start and then in 10 seconds click your mouse as many times as you can. I tried a few times and I got up to 79, but I'm sure you guys can do better. But let's be serious. Here's lulzMattR and Don't Shoot the Puppy. Click start and then literally do nothing. Any action you take, any move your mouse makes, kills the puppy. It's basically a game you win by leaving the Internet. If you'd prefer using your own hand as a gun, try out Toon Crisis 2, a great blend of live action and animation. By carefully manipulating the focus and more, tilt shift photography makes real life scenes look like miniatures, like toys. And now, thanks to ONKC123 you can add a tilt-shift effect to any photo after you took the picture. It works best with images that have distant backgrounds, like these from the last IMG! of the artist who drew pictures in the desert by driving over dirt. Remember the HTwins' Scale of the Universe? Well, their new version is super enhanced. More items, more info and even more mind-blowingness. For instance, the entire Minecraft universe is nearly the size of gas giant Neptune. Negative Implode lets you upload your own images and have an optical illusion effect added that makes them seem to forever move towards you. Not trippy enough? Make like adityaK96 and use your mouse to fly through Barry Martin's Hopalong Orbits Visualizer right inside your browser. Jellotime.com Dialectizer translates your favorite websites into different dialects. For instance, I can change the Vsauce channel page to Redneck and all of a sudden, "What is Cool?" becomes "Whut in tarnation is Right fine?" Oregon Trail was the first computer game I remember playing, but it never had enough zombies. Enter SwolfSteins' recommendation, Organ Trail. You must choose a career in supplies and head to safety, except instead of the wild west, your opponent is wild brain-eating undead. Now, if you wanna settle a dispute, use Googlefight.com. This site lets you enter two different words and tells you which one is the winner based on how many Google search results they each have. Follow @tweetsauce on Twitter, like geniuses everywhere, to recommend sites like NUKEMAP. A map that lets you simulate historical nuclear detonations and view the extent of their damage depending on where you place them. It's like being an evil mad scientist, so really before pressing detonate you might want to press The Drama Button.com first. So there you go. Some more things to do online now guys. If you've ever missed a previous episode, and there are a lot of them now, don't worry, there's a playlist for that. Check them out. And as always, thanks for watching.