In this episode we look at all the attention Justine Ezarik has been getting lately. She made a video about her first iPhone bill that was shipped to her in a box that contained 300 pages. That video became very popular being featured on the front page of Yahoo! She was also interviewed on CNN. We stopped into her live feed to say hi... Visit iJustine at: http://iJustine.tv
This episode features the Sci-Fi comedy parody Galacticast. My friends Casey and Rudy kick it off with the first episode of Season 2, Robo Jew vs. the Giant Nazi Women of the SS. Funny with one cringe worthy moment. We ask two locals what they think. Caitlin Hennessy, Local Irish Woman Zalman Ben Schultz, Local Jewish Man Watch the full episode at Galacticast.com. "It's been part of my lifelong job to make the world laugh at Adolf Hitler." -- Mel Brooks See how many pop culture refernces you can find in this episode.
Paul Hess writes in: "Hi ... how about featuring Bicycle Sidewalk on Vlog soup. You're probably familiar with it ... Nathan Miller is an American living in Japan for the past 7-8 years and makes videos of life there. Some narrated, some with interviews, some just an eye on the street." Thanks Paul for writing in. I also decided to record some generic intos and outros for when there's no time to produce the show. ;-) http://www.bicycle-sidewalk.com/?p=268
I watched Break A Leg today for the first time. Very funny. Lots of people are taking notice. I like how they are not afraid to use silence. You don't see that too often on TV. I decided to have a little fun with this Minisode: David's Bad Day.
For this video I am using the new blip.tv showplayer. I have been using it on SteveGarfield.com to show my current videos, but I didn't understand how to make it start on a specific episode. Chuck Olsen filled me in:
"Go to your individual post on blip.tv, then click on "share" in the player window, in the lower right corner. Then click "embed" and copy the embed code. That gives you the show player for that individual post."
I also modified the dimensions to be width="478" height="326", just between 640x480 and 320x340. I also set autostart=false
In New York City, the Mayor's office of Film, Theater, and Broadcasting is considering new permit and insurance regulations for photographers and filmmakers that would radically undermine the First Amendment right to photograph and film in public places.
In this video we ask people to do something, TODAY, August 3rd, 2007.