~*Pursuing Randomness*~

A Youtube Live Review..

This weekends Youtube Live event was a smash success, with over 1 million veiwers, loads of entertainment and lots of fun. Everything from Katy Perry’s amusing opening with her single Hot N Cold (btw am I the only that has noticed she’s better on album then Live?) Latimer the Magician, competitive stacking cup kids, Freddie Wong playing Guitar Hero, a new Happy Tree Friends episode and ofcourse Jon Chu and the League of Extraordinary Dancers lighting up the stage with their usual unique preformance quality, even the free hugs guy and so incredibly much more. Youtube Live has posted the full show on their Channel, I encourage it to be checked out, there’s a little something for everyone 🙂 Youtube is definatly paving the way for new methods of providing entertainment to the mass’s. Considering how many veiwers took the time to turn on their computers for the event, and how many people showed up in San Fransico (where it was hosted)

I feel were definatly seeing a bit of the future. I certaintly hope they hold another Youtube Live event again soon.

Highlights from Youtube Live:

Peace 😉


Youtube Live!

On November 22nd, at 5pm PST and 8pm EST (North America) there will be a special live streamed event on Youtube.

From the Youtube Live Channel: (Subscribe to stay tuned)

YouTube is excited to launch its first ever live streaming event that will celebrate the site’s vast user communities; everyone from bedroom vloggers, budding creatives and underground athletes, to world-famous musicians, (Akon, Katy Perry…) comedians, artists and more (John Chu & ACDC)
Part concert, part variety show and part party, YouTube Live will bring together some of the amazing videos and unforgettable individuals that have contributed towards making the site what it is today. Expect to see Internet-born stars like Soulja Boy Tell’em, Esmee Denters, and “Canon Rock” virtuoso Funtwo . There will also be a global b-boy showcase featuring dancers from the movie Planet B-boy, Discovery Channel’s MythBusters and lots more..In addition, the “Vlog Squad,” a group of long-time YouTube community members, will offer exclusive, behind-the-scenes access from different areas of the venue; WilliamSledd, Michael Buckley (What the Buck), LisaNova, and TayZonday have already been named as part of this ace reporting team.

Personally, Im really excited for this! Its truly a mark on Internet History, to have so many people come together for one event, for millions to enjoy from their comfy computer chairs etc 😉

I’ll be posting more about this as it gets closer so be prepared for more Youtube related rambles 😛

And on that note, Here’s What the Buck’s rundown of the event 😉

Stay tuned! *wave*

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