Best You Tube Clips of 2012

"Only one of You Tube's official Top 10 videos was made by an average
Joe; the other nine were all professionally produced. “There are more
and more people who know how to build an audience, how to use YouTube,”
YouTube trends manager Kevin Allocca explained to the Wall Street
Journal. “There are companies who spend millions and millions of dollars
trying to do create these videos.”

You Tube's list is predominantly US - so the JCC picks are from members
and other sources — and some are not 2012 !

Exclusive Preview on iOS 5 - iPad magician Simon Pierro
Pad magician Simon Pierro and the new iOS make the iPad even more magical!

Leaving home
Sketch about a small boy who decides to leave home.

No time to explain
Mashup of movie clips

Google Zeitgeist - Year in Review

PSY- Gangam style
Korean dancing craze - NUMBER ONE

Kony 2012
Invisible Children, a movement seeking to end the conflict in Uganda,
created the film Kony 2012. They hoped it would accelerate the arrest of
Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) leader Joseph Kony, who has been kidnapping
and abducting Uganda’s youth for nearly three decades. With more than
100 million views in six days, Kony 2012 became the most viral video in
history. Long - so watch this when you have 30 mins to spare.

Bugger the bankers
Topical English pub song

BBC Trailer - What a wonderful world - With David Attenborough.

A dramatic surprise on a quiet square: Best Advertisement
Showed an earlier version of this last year - Great advertising.

Opera duo Charlotte & Jonathan - Britain's Got Talent 2012 audition

Catch the Ice Dude
An expected unexpected event.

Somebody That I used to Know
Pop music video - Clever stuff with body painting….

The best job, the hardest job
2012 Olympics ad from Procter and Gamble about mums (tear jerker)

Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II (morph sequence)
The Queen morphed from child to present day

A Day made of Glass - Corning
Corning's vision for the future with speciality glass

Our Story In 2 Minutes
High school student's video productions project. Pix from the Internet
and music from "Inception"
Clever - by image changes too fast for most people's eyes !

Ikea Uppleva - TV and media centre integrated with furniture
(I thought this was a spoof - but it's serious!)

The Nick Clegg Apology Song: I'm Sorry (The Autotune Remix)
When Nick Clegg decided to apologise for breaking the Liberal Democrat’s
promise to oppose a rise in tuition fees, satirical website The Poke
naturally created an auto-tune remix. It followed up the site’s equally
brilliant Leveson: The Musical and came to define the party’s 2012
conference. T-shirts were sold and the song even had an (unsuccessful)
chart run. However, the most awkward result of its success was Clegg
himself being forced to watch it on the Andrew Marr Show.

The iPhone 5 (Parody) Ad: A Taller Change

Why an iPad will never replace a classical Newspaper

Dumb ways to die
Best public service broadcast: created by the Melbourne Metro as a
reminder that getting hit by a train is the dumbest way to die.

Цекало и Puttin‘ отожгли на Воробьевых горах
Puttin’ on the Ritz in Moscow !
What a crazy, delightful ever changing world! Who could have thought
that in 2012 young people in Moscowwould put on a "flash mob" happening,
dancing to an 83 year old American song written by a Russian born
American-Jew (Irving Berlin) whose last name is the capital of Germany .

An idea for the club computers perhaps ?

The digital story of the nativity


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