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September 23, 2008

collection of vids to make you feel better

so while i edit a video of two people eating lunch, i wanted to start using the buzzfeed site as a way for us to make collections. They have a very nice comments sytem that allows for a range of media types to be inserted, so i thought i would start with trying to create a collection of vids that we watch to feel better :: go here to watch and contribute :: yes, this will require a painless sign up process, but i will be doing more projects over at buzzfeed that i would love your help on in the future. kisses.

PS: let me know what other sorts of collections we should try...how about "best song/music video i know you never heard"...

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what are your thoughts about my idea?

Posted by: Jordan at September 23, 2008 2:32 PM

Ah, shades of the ORG...

How 'bout "things I remember from childhood and found again!" Could be videos, a picture of a thing, or a sense of wonder... sportsracers know the score.

Posted by: jeano at September 23, 2008 9:01 PM

will sign up soon, but before i do, my two alltime best feeling videos
cu cy

Posted by: cylixe at September 24, 2008 5:32 PM

surprising how many of those videos are music based?

Posted by: SethM at September 24, 2008 6:55 PM

I just saw this on the npr site and thought of your post:

Songs For Ill-Advised Office Romances


A page dedicated to "best/happiest/most memorable" etc. would be open to lots of contributors, which is great, but you could also consider alternating broad topics like that with unusual, very specific categories (e.g. old infomercials pitching totally outlandish products, clips of foreign cooking programs with really revolting recipes, coolest sounding poetry readings in different languages, etc.).

It could become a sort of periodic game to see who can track down the strangest content online in a limited amount of time.

go internet!

Posted by: Paperotta at October 6, 2008 1:36 PM

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