Friday, October 08, 2010

The You Tube Vid That Went Viral (Almost)


One of the great things about blogging is you learn new skills. One of the things I set out to do was to create some You Tube Vids, and whilst most of them are pretty crap, a couple have struck a chord out there. One I did was about the funeral of Eugene Terre'blanche which is still trickling hits and currently stands on 1600 hits.

But the most popular one I did is "The Death of Johannesburg" in April 2010. On the first day it peaked at 739 hits and is currently on well over 4000 and going strong. Something in the vid (I think it's the music I chose - Enya's "One by One" fits perfectly with the theme; which is a tale of trees dying in the Autumn, which Enya equates with the death of love in the human sphere) has made it quite popular.

I'd like to post this one again for any new readers and also invite other bloggers to post it on their sites...

Credits: Death of Johannesburg


3 Opinion(s):

Trey Cruz said...

It's a shame, Exanian, but in the long run it really doesn't matter.

That was then;This is now.

What will be mattering in the near future is graves,
and who will be going into them.

Islandshark said...

I remember this one, it's great.

Piet the pirate said...

So, finally the "out of Africa" nonsense propagated by the nigger loving liberal arsewipes has been put to rest by the latest discoveries in China (pre-dating the African skeletal remains).
As if it was ever needed.
A quick trip to downtown Joburg should have been enough. LOL.