Well, it’s over… mostly. It was a fun and difficult year, but we’re glad we did it. We’ve reached the final day of 365cooltricks.com. Thank you to all of the people who helped out with this project, we couldn’t have done it without you. We will still post tricks periodically (amazingly there are a few that we missed), and the site will stay live so you can still share cool tricks with all your little friends.
Newton’s Cradle Juggling
Two of the world’s most innovative jugglers have a new piece using Newton’s Cradles. You totally wish you knew them. Jay Gilligan and Eric Åberg are super fun to hang out with.
THE LAST DAY: 365 Marked Cards – Lee Terbosic
We saved a special trick for today… the last day of the 365cooltricks project. It’s been fun… and a LOT of work. Thanks for watching.
You might think you know how to shuffle cards, but you’ve got nothing on Lee Terbosic.
Weekend Web Trick – Bicycle Mastery, Danny MacAskill
This is one of the most amazing trick videos we’ve ever seen, and definitely the most beautiful. The whole thing is truly stunning.
Weekend Web Trick – Steel City Freestyle Footbag
You might call it Hackey-Sack, but you’d be wrong. Here’s a little Pittsburgh skill for ya.
Ring & Umbrella Juggling – World Juggling Champion, Kyle Driggs
A snippet from World Juggling Champion Kyle Driggs’ routine in the championships.
Bologna Batman – Jonathan Burns
There’s always more fun to be had with your food.
Ray Gun – Mark Hayward
International yo-yo superstar Takeshi Kamisato came up with this trick, and famed yo-yo player John-Bot added the sound effects. It is still one of Mark’s favorites. It’s the most fun when you really get into making the noise of charging your ray gun before you fire it.
Ski Lift – Mark Hayward
Mark Hayward learned this trick from a Canadian yo-yo player in 1992 at the International Jugglers Association annual convention in Montreal. He doesn’t know who that guy was, but since then Mark has taught this trick to yo-yoers around the world.
Smoke Waterfall – Christopher Wilde
We just learned that smoke doesn’t always rise.