Banana bread fail.
Do you want the free tickets to see Green Zone that I won?
It’s like a $20 voucher at fandango.com you can have.
I’ve not had a day without work in a while. Suggestions so far
• Go take photos (note that it’s a bit grey and crap outside)
• Replace the tube lightbulb in the bathroom
• Pick up the mail
• Edit footage from India
• Go have coffee from somewhere nice
• Do 3 loads of washing
• Make banana bread
• Put cameras and things up on ebay
Reply to JonCherry who might want to buy a camera.
• “Do some work you lazy cunt.”
Any other suggestions?
For years, Viacom continuously and secretly uploaded its content to YouTube, even while publicly complaining about its presence there. It hired no fewer than 18 different marketing agencies to upload its content to the site. It deliberately “roughed up” the videos to make them look stolen or leaked. It opened YouTube accounts using phony email addresses. It even sent employees to Kinko’s to upload clips from computers that couldn’t be traced to Viacom. And in an effort to promote its own shows, as a matter of company policy Viacom routinely left up clips from shows that had been uploaded to YouTube by ordinary users.
Viacom’s efforts to disguise its promotional use of YouTube worked so well that even its own employees could not keep track of everything it was posting or leaving up on the site.
In fact, some of the very clips that Viacom is suing us over were actually uploaded by Viacom itself.” —YouTube Blog: Broadcast Yourself - Just wow. (via nikf and nevali)