Today is Day 6 of the Dabble Playlist Challenge.
What is the "Dabble Playlist Challenge?" you may ask?
The answer: It's an easy way for you to win $500 or a new Video IPOD.
Just check out The Dabble Blog to get the theme for the day. Today's theme is "Parody Favorites."
So just login to dabble, whip up a playlist, tag it "Dabble Challenge 2006" and "Parody Favorites" and wait to be the favorite playlist.
All you have to do is make a playlist with the Day's theme - today's is
Here's where today's playlists in the running will be collected.
Below are some playlist winners to date:
Hey send me any thanksgiving videos you know of (that ya like :-) and I'll keep adding them all day.
Today I realized that, yes, there will be a wireless network in every household that I'll be celebrating at today (I'm hopping around a bit), and, no, I wasn't too proud to bring my laptop along with me and add videos to this playlist all day.
If it's not rude to watch football or whatever it certainly can't be too rude to watch videos on my laptop :-)
Email me with your vids at firstname.lastname@example.org or send me a dabble message after you register for your own dabble account.
This is really what you might want to circulate a bit over the holiday weekend.
A UCLA student was tazered while in handcuffs
This playlist documents the events themselves (a student recorded almost the whole thing on a cell phone) and interviews MSNBC's Keith Olbermann conducted with a reporter from UCLA's Daily Bruin and the student's attorney, Stephen Yagman.
You can see it for yourself, and hear the students get threatened when they ask for the officers' information.
I'm learning more about these tazers and that they are as lethal as guns or clubs or any other "lethal weapon," and the various police protocols, state and local laws, and federal civil rights that were violated in the course of these events.
Using a lethal weapon, numerous times, on a restrained civilian (that has already assumed passive resistance by laying down on the floor) is effectively assaulting an unarmed individual.
I think we're all going to need to know a lot more about the law in these areas, so we can protect ourselves against rogue officers in the future.
I've started a playlist for
Steven Colbert clips for November.
There's a great clip on Google's YouTube aquisition.
I've been putting a lot of playlists together for all sorts of stuff.
You can sort them by title or date created/updated.
Do check them out and lemme know what you think.
I've created a bevy of playlists on the Foleygate scandal, so you can watch them in order or skip around to the coverage from different days, or browse by show, or whatever.
I have Foleygate playlists for MSNBC's Keith Olbermann, Jon Stewart's Daily Show and Stephen Colbert's Colbert Report, and for different variations on all three shows, by date mainly. These three are the only shows really covering what happened and who was involved.
What's going on, of course, is even worse than was originally believed. It turns out that numerous people went to House Leader Dennis Hastert and told him about Foley's ongoing problem with sending pages both sexually explicit emails and emails that were just kinda creepy (but you got what he was getting at).
The Republican Leadership had known about it for years, and were covering it up for political reasons.
I'm about to add a bunch more clips from this last week over the weekend.
I've made this funny
Chad and Steve playlist!
|The first one is the real video from Chad and Steve that they put up after they got bought.
The other two are parodies made by YouTube users.
Nice Diebold Playlist on Dabble of 8 videos on the subject.
|Here's a good one by Ed Felten and friends on their latest one minute diebold hack.