Trend Map: What Philly Is Watching On YouTube Right Now

Among the byproducts of Google owning YouTube: You can now find out what the most popular YouTube videos are in every region of the country, at any given time. So, according to YouTube Trends, Philadelphians are transfixed by the same stuff as everyone else on the eastern seaboard: Cleveland kidnapping hero Charles Ramsey, autotuned.

Number 2 is a video adaptation of David Foster Wallace’s 2005 Kenyon College commencement speech, “This Is Water.” Third is John Krasinksi and Jimmy Fallon lip-synching. In Texas, meanwhile, folks are watching a student calling out a teacher for not doing her job well, and in the upper midwest a pretty lame paean to the University of Wisconsin has gone viral.

h/t Atlantic Cities