Monday, January 23, 2006

generation bart

as our nation,les habitants du bouclier canadien,le gros quebecois a caisse de douze,but let us not fall into this barbaric language,as i was saying as our nation is maybe at the bring of subliminal chaos,let us talk about a complete futile subject, and other condiments

the first time i open eyes on the internet i was hoping so much from it,but yet today internet is the biggest piece of crap ever created....but maybe is there hope for it.

google as give us a tool to rebuild the great libray of alexandria,the first time i was on internet i was thinking that i could visit le louvre see la pieta in all angle,watch and hear without download any movie,song,sound ever tape
read any book as if i had it in my didnt get this well,i then learn that i could have some of those thing
but not without long hours of waiting searching and retry.even today internet is nothing but a big advertisement for disney with hardcore pop up porn,try finding plan to build an cupboard or a specific information.internet could give us so much if only the people making money from it was interrested in making money in a more intelligent for the singer,movie mecca and all other cash vampire you should be ashame of even be offended that people steal like you say,but most of those people steal your precious song because they love you,like the egg and the chicken,you wouldnt be there if they didnt put you there and they wouldnt steal your song,i always thing of an artist of a personne who want to touch,create an emotion,make someone think,evoluate.....

with the use of google video i will try to offer to internet great and rare moment of the human species from video

this is the best link i can give to the video once there for more video click on more from this user


Blogger Both Kinds said...

Hey, thanks a lot for posting all those ATR videos. I remember that I was totally blown away the first time I saw the "Revolution Action" video, I think it was on German TV. And I had only heard about the one they shot at the riots in Berlin. (Some people who were there were quite angry at ATR's behavior).

And of course also thanks for posting the other stuff. "Un chien andalou" is such a great short! I only discovered Google Video today, and I hope that you (and others) keep posting good videos there, and that it won't totally degenerate into all sports, advertising and female models.

10:43 PM  
Blogger popefucker said...

i really appreciate your comment,i didnt know about the people behing angry at them.

i wont stop posting video like those,and i hope i will create copycat who will post other rare piece of cinema

2:03 AM  
Blogger Doug said...

I came across Hans Richter's "ghost before breakfast" on Google video. Years ago I took film classes from a man named Jean Oser who worked with Hans Richter on this film.

Jean showed this film in class on a couple of occaisions. I am pretty sure that he showed a slightly diffferent version of the film. Jean was an film editor of some notoriety in pre WW2 Germany and later went to the US where he worked on American War propaganda films. He went on to make his own films and won an Oscar later. He was blacklisted in the 50's and wound up in Canada where he taught film.

Perhaps Jean had his own copy of Hans Richter that was closer to the original. I do not recall having seen in the credits that the Nazi's had destroyed the original version of the film. Then again, it was quite a few years ago/

11:16 AM  
Blogger Antoine said...

Thank you so much for posting "The Golden Beetle". I didn't think I'd ever get a chance to see it. Do you possibly have "The Red Spectre (Le Spectre rouge)" as well?

11:55 PM  
Blogger Antoine said...

On second thought, are you aware that there are about twenty seconds missing from "The Golden Beetle" video that you posted? Why is it cut off?

And why did you choose such an unfortunate name as "popefucker"?

3:58 PM  
Blogger drëâmè® said...

thanks so much for posting the clips on hunter s. thompson. especially the BBC documentary.

8:13 PM  
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8:13 PM  
Blogger Michael said...

I'd like to thank you for posting videos to Google Videos. I run the Google Video of the Day blog and several times I've posted videos you've uploaded and brought them to a wider audience than they otherwise might receive.

I think what you're doing is along the original lines intended by the Googlers who created Google Video in the first place.

4:33 PM  
Blogger un fake di Alberto said...

Thanks for posting the Melies films. I may be posting some silent film stuff myself as soon as I dfind out how does Google Video work - and check if I am infringing copyright laws or not. I am curious about the Melies stuff - some of them seem to be excerpts from a longer documentary I'd like to know more about.

4:35 AM  
Blogger ed said...

I would also like to thank you for your video posts. I keep coming across your posts on Google Video and they are always inspired.

I liked your comment about hoping through the internet you "could visit le louvre see la pieta in all angles". My site Virtual Tourism is a Google Video and Google Maps maps mashup which lets you do that to some extent (although not inside the Louvre as I guess you wanted).

For my next project I want to provide a mash up of archive videos of places around the world and place them on Google Maps. I hope you don't mind if I use some of your posts to Google Video.

1:52 PM  
Blogger VideoPublisher said...

Regarding the Seth Video Post to Google Video:

Be advised that the Seth Video you posted to Google Video on 4/30/2006 is copyrighted material. You ARE NOT authorized to manufacture, distribute, sell or publicly perform this video. Please assure that this video is removed from the google site immediately and cease any continued or future unauthorized use of the matarial. Failure to comply with this request may result in further action.

Publishers of the Seth Video

3:49 PM  
Blogger xenmate said...

Thank you for sharing those.

2:24 PM  
Blogger bereweber said...

hey i didn't read the comments to this post of yours, but i read the post itself

i know what you mean/feel about the crap on the 'internets' yet like with any other media we can -in some point and with lots of effort- make it a valid place, like your blog and your videos... yes! recycle information, the best quality you can and what you think might be 'worth'

i think you do a pretty good job with your videos, one of my favorites in your collection: Douglas Adams - hyperland, nice

and i think you might be interested in this book "where the wizards stay up late" all the factuals on the birth and growth of the internet, the writing is a bit slow and bad but the facts are clear and interesting, like working in the offices of those guys back then

great blog, gotta learn french although and thanks for sharing the good videos

10:11 PM  

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