CrunchNotes is an informal collection of thoughts on Web 2.0, written by Michael Arrington. It is a companion blog to TechCrunch.
This is a fairly funny video regarding the T-Mobile G1.
Anyway, the premise is that its a G1 review from the perspective of someone who hasn’t actually used it and just has vague ideas of what to expect. Some of the predictions seem strangely accurate (though wrong) while others are just outlandish.
Anyway, with all the straight forward demo videos out there, I thought people might enjoy one goofy one.
Keep it real Michael,
Happy New Year!
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Who browbeat us into this extreme state of political docility? ,
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