Where I work we've all been addicted to those little guys for a couple of weeks now. At first their legs were like little thumbs and rather than walking, they sort of swam through each other. Or dogpaddled, I guess.
I like it best when they're all sleepy twitchy-dreaming puppy piles. It's a soothing ocean of fuzz and the snuggle tide pulls them from one end of the bed to the other as they seek out the warmth of the others.
Totally a guess extrapolated from the info on their ustream page, which says they "all have loving homes waiting for them" and the pups turned 6 weeks old last Tuesday.
Puppies tend to go to their new owners at 8 weeks, though some breeders keep would them around a few more weeks. This litter is weaned—haven't seen the mom in some time, they are eating kibble. It's important the litter stays together for a while longer (up to 12 weeks is awesome) but after that they need individual doghuman attention, bonding, and training.
(random sidenote: in California, where the puppies are located, it's against the law for puppies younger than 8 weeks to be transfered to a new owner).