Tag Archives: YouTube

Caught in the act

This is a YouTube video oculisinc sent me on Twitter. It is of someone being caught at work watching the Royal Wedding. If only they’d been listening instead and then they could multi-task and be working at the same time! Advertisements

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Playing with fire: An audio experiment

I just uploaded a video on YouTube. It is an awesome fire-eater at the most recent Love Brunch event (day time clubbing) at Notting Hill’s Supper Club. The online journalism lecture about technical equipment needed for mobile journalism slightly overwhelmed and baffled … Continue reading

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I’ve got a luvvery bunch of coconuts

A pair of coconut shells makes a very convincing horse, as anyone who has gazed adoringly through their thick-lensed glasses at John Cleese debating the air speed velocity of swallows will testify. It goes further than coconut shells in the … Continue reading

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Erm, did I hear that right?? Immortalising sound bites

James Naughtie landed himself a YouTube favourite after accidentally swearing on the BBC Radio 4 Today Programme yesterday morning. Naughtie Introduced Jeremy Hunt, culture secretary, as Jeremy Cunt, before giggling through the rest of the news bulletin, under the pretence of a … Continue reading

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Audio extremism

By Laura E Cox Stabbed MP Stephen Timms was reported in The Telegraph on Thursday (4 November 2010) as calling for a “clampdown on websites hosting extremist videos” after his attacker, an al-Qaeda fanatic, was jailed for life. Websites such as YouTube … Continue reading

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