'Banned' Kit Kat video struck down, becomes more powerful

Posted by jamie — 18 March 2010 at 1:31pm - Comments

Where to begin?

There's been so much going here over the last 18 hours that I've only now found the time to write an update. Since the last post here, the Kit Kat video which was pulled from Youtube (following a complaint from Nestlé about copyright infringement) was resurrected on Vimeo and has been racking up views like there's no tomorrow - 78,500 as of this moment. Not the shrewdest move Nestlé could have made, and I liked how Canada's Globe & Mail referred to it as "a global game of whack-a-mole".

Didn't Obi-Wan Kenobi say something about being struck down and coming back more powerful than before?

YouTube group hug

Posted by jossc — 31 August 2007 at 4:01pm - Comments

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Greenpeace videos on Youtube

Posted by jossc — 24 July 2007 at 11:02am - Comments

Greenpeace UK YouTube screenshot

For me one of the coolest things about our new-look site is that we're carrying a lot more streaming video courtesy of the good folks at YouTube. But did you know that we now have our own YouTube Greenpeace UK Video Channel?

You have one minute to save the planet

Posted by jamie — 4 May 2007 at 2:15pm - Comments

Calling all YouTube fans. Fellow green movers at down the road at Friends of the Earth have launched a green film competition. They're asking for 60-second odes to the future of the planet, exploring how we look after it with the assumption that there is a day after tomorrow.

Entries need to be in by 20 August 2007 so there's plenty of time to write, film and edit your mini-masterpiece. Even if you aren't inclined to enter, you can be inspired by the entries on the FoE YouTube channel. And while you're there, you can check out our own channel (although we're not offering any prizes as yet).

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