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It’s a truth universally acknowledged that people watch weird stuff on the internet. When the walls closed in on a world in lockdown two years ago, audiences got even weirder, tuning in to livestreams and webcams to observe inane but intriguing events around the world. This included scenic Scandinavian railway journeys, drives through downtown Tokyo and rolling footage of baby goats.