Horizon highlights – Video edition

Our regular roundup of sci-tech stories from across the Web goes all-video this week. It includes footage of Google turning 10, imagining where guerrilla marketing might take us, and two clips of how the Large Hadron Collider works. Let’s kick it off:

Big ScienceFirst images after proton beam passes through LHC
"See the first images showing the effect of the first proton beam passing through the world's most powerful particle accelerator." [via New Scientist]

How it worksThe Large Hadron Collider explained
"Protons have made their first complete lap of the world’s most powerful accelerator to cheers and high fives from assembled physicists." [via New Scientist]

BirthdaysGoogle at 10
"It's the success story to beat all Internet success stories. Ten years ago, on 7 September 1998, two young graduate students at Stanford University incorporated a company with the (then) odd-sounding name 'Google.' " [via BBC]

Satire –  Goodbye, Mary*
"Guerrilla marketing seems to be all around us. Slate V contributor Scott Blaszak imagines what the next, heartbreaking step might be." [via Slate]

Gadgets – First looks at: iPod Nano 4G, iPod Touch 2G, iPod Classic 2G, and new in-ear headphones
Quick previews of Apple's new lineup. [via Crave]

HodgepodgeTop 10 amazing physics videos
The title says it all. [via Wired Science]

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