Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hey, Vsauce. Michael here, coming from Kansas for the 4th of July. Why Kansas? Well, because out here you can do anything. You can even put a firework store next to a gas station. But enough about the real world, let's talk about DONGs, things you can do online now guys. If your style is minimalist, play Nathan's recommendation, the Level Game. It's really simple, but gets increasingly reliant on you being clever. This Wesaucer asked if there's a way to detect whether an image has been Photoshopped. One of my favorites is Error Level Analysis.com This site will automatically convert your image to a known quality and then compare. The higher the quality the jpeg the better. Here's a picture of Bruce Willis's daughter with a Photoshopped version on the right. Notice all the activity around her face and chin. Gotcha, a fake. I've been playing a lot of iRunner lately but for a similar browser-based running game, "Adamdre" says 'Kawairun.' Jump, slide, survive. "FraserGodfrey" pointed me to a great site where you can choose fun ASCII fonts and then it will turn whatever you type into neat ASCII art you can copy and paste into e-mails, websites, forums, wherever. The very same site has a typing test, which I know sounds kinda lame, but you can practice your speed and after the test see a heat map of which letters you type the fastest and which ones are your weakest. If you want some music, check out 'Undo' from The Half Pennies. Wait for it. Vsauce. There are some other references to YouTubers hidden throughout and if you have time, try to find them all. If you're sick of flat music videos, "MegaUltranerd" told me about this music video, where you can use your cursor to click and drag your perspective around to see other parts of the scene. But now let's get psychic with "Linkfirexs." 'Akinator' is classic, but he still blows my mind. Think of a character and actor, singer, scientist, cartoon superhero, whoever. Answer his simple questions and watch his eerie brilliance shine through. If you never leave the house, you might like Bars of black-and-white, an awesome point-and-click about a sad guy who receives a barcode scanner that can scan some things you wouldn't expect. Or stay indoors and inside your games with 'Candy Catch,' a neat little webcam-based game where you navigate your body through reversed and flipped images to grab the candy and not the dangerous pumpkins. Alright, that does it for games, but on Saturday I went down to Joplin, Missouri to help out. It's been more than a month since the tornado hit and this is how things look now. The preciseness of the storm is so chilling. On one side of the street houses are together and on the other they're not. But of course, there are DONGs you can do about it. You can donate and you can also learn about tornadoes and tornado safety. Stay safe this 4th of July. And as always, thanks for watching.