A picture is worth a thousand words and a video explains all those words. With popular video sharing websites like YouTube, Vimeo, DailyMotion as well as online learning opportunities through multimedia, the need for interactivity in web videos have increased. Many people have made video learning and information gathering a substitute for textual knowledge in other less attractive places like Wikipedia or any other links students run away from like maybe the online courseware link. In addition, marketers could definitely benefit from content rich videos by adding links to their products shown in videos while popups and images could explain things further. Event Organizers can add Google Maps to their web promo video and other links and information without downloading the video. For those of you who are puzzled, let it be known that Mozilla Popcorn has made all of this possible and Mozilla’s Director of Popcorn, Brett Gaylor explained this concept by saying, “Until now, video on the web has been stuck inside a little black box. Popcorn Maker changes that, making video work like the rest of the web: hackable, linkable, remixable, and connected to the world around it.”