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Jones’ Bad Ass BBQ and Foot Massage

April 24, 2009

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So funny. First heard this on Dev’s show on 1Xtra yesterday morning but it wasn’t until I saw the video posted on the Guardian’s viral video chart that I realised just how funny this is.

Video reports from the urban front line

April 23, 2009

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Doug Levy at Flavourpill has just sent a little gem through my inbox. Today’s Daily Dose features Bablegum – Online video curators which deliver the goods.   The videos are of a sumptuous quality, opening up to almost fill the screen. My favourite channel is Metropolis which bring you “reports from the urban front line”.

Youtube’s beta launch of full-length content

April 21, 2009

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Just recieved the following information from YouTube: We have beta launched a section of full-length content with partners such as Lionsgate, Sony, and our own EMEA partners BBC Worldwide & Entertainment Rights. While most of the content is geo-blocked to the US-only you can see the landing page at http://youtube.com/shows and http://youtube.com/movies. Please note that […]

Brown cuts out the middle man

April 21, 2009

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They’ve only gone and done it again. Just days after Alistair Darling irked economy reporters by issuing a YouTube statement on his hopes for the economy, now Gordon Brown has taken the heat out of the second-homes allowance row by demanding an urgent commons vote on reforms. What news editors hate about this growing trend in government […]

Like a boss

April 8, 2009

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Have job interviews on the mind at the moment. Since my decision that it’s time to go hard or go home I’ve been sending out CVs and trying to line up interviews. Looks like I might have one set for next Tuesday. It’s an incredibly cool position that I would absolutely love. So maybe I […]

G20 death video

April 8, 2009

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This is unsettling footage of the moment when Ian Tomlinson, an innocent passerby during the G20 protests is pushed to the ground by a policeman. He later died. From a media point of view it’s interesting that the footage was sent to a newspaper website rather than a broadcaster. Sign of the times?

Sorrentino on Il Divo

March 23, 2009

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The Guardian has a short video interview with Paolo Sorrentino (possibly my favourite living film director) about Il Divo. He is a legend.