August 11, 2006

Vlogging about today's YouTube absorption.



And here's the Art of Noise video I refer to and and remember half of the title of. (It's "Close to the Edit.")

7 comments:

the mix master said...

Just so you know, the audio is out of sync with the video. That usually happens because of the file format of the video file you uploaded to youtube. MPEG-4 is best, with H.264 or DIVX codec. Nice site, btw.

Jim H said...

I thought that was just a nice Godzilla-movie effect. It did seem awfully peaceful though.

XWL said...

Judging from this, or this, or this, or this, or this, or this, it's not just you getting 'waylaid' by YouTube.

And no, I'm not going to launch into a lengthy analysis of the use of the word 'waylaid' and its significance when juxtaposed with the sexually suggestive name YouTube (*Beavis voice* heh heh, she got Waaaay Laid)

(Does YouTube refer to a tube like a birth canal, and therefore is vaginal? Or does YouTube refer to tubesteak, and therefore is phallic?)

(if it's OK for Prof. Althouse to use the word candyass over at Instapundit, I'll assume it's OK to use the vulgar, yet quaint word, tubesteak)

Ann Althouse said...

I don't know why that happened this time. I did the same thing I've done on other occasions when it didn't happen. The post was up before I saw the effect or I would have just scrapped it.

Ann Althouse said...

Actually, there's a glitch in the original video, produced by a tiny edit somehow. So don't blame YouTube.

Nasty, Brutish & Short said...

When I saw this last night, it made me think, "NBS, you should NOT have driven home."

"And don't even think about posting."

Thank God it was just a glitch.

Pat Patterson said...

I think I saw that video 60 times in a row when I first got MTV. You couldn't turn it off because you might miss a really good video right after the dozen or so bad ones.