An advertising stunt for a new TV series supersizes the famed Mentos and Coke explosion experiment.
Post-it notes will be the prop that the EepyBird team will use in their next online video experiment. This time the clip will debut on cable TV instead of the Web.
Stephen Voltz, coproducer of "The Extreme Diet Coke & Mentos Experiments," talks with CNET News.com's Michelle Meyers about how he and a friend created and choreographed a version of Las Vegas' Bellagio Fountains with only 101 2-liter bottles of Diet Coke
This week's video blog.
The famous duo Eepy Bird has released a new set of videos showcasing the artistry that can come from 280,000 of the sticky pieces of paper.
A car by the same guys who brought us those famous Coke/Mentos geysers takes a test drive on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan.
At the Toy Fair, one company decides to capitalize on the popularity of a YouTube stunt craze.
On today's show, size matters. You're going to hear that a lot. So, apologies in advance. Also, we have a great interview at the top of the show with Stephen Volz and Fritz Grobe, otherwise known as the Coke and Mentos guys. They've got a rocket car, a Coke Zero contract, and a dream. Also, Goatse wants to clear up some things, Mortal Kombat is back, and once again? Size matters.
Why wouldn't I want to power a car with what powers me?