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February 12, 2008 7:34 AM

Apple Macbook Air Sony Vaio Parody - My First YouTube Attempt

I've been Blogging about my Sony Vaio ultra-portable laptop for a long time. I'm also extremely tempted to grab a new Apple MacBook Air. As I contemplate my purchase, I thought I would demo what my Sony Vaio can do, while at the same time making it a parody of the Apple Macbook Air commercial (which I love). This is my first attempt at (really) raw YouTube video fun.

I recorded it using my Flip video camera. And, to be honest, it's not just mine - this was a total 50/50 partnership with David Usher (who pretty much shot, directed and edited). We had a lot of fun making it (for the five minutes we spent doing it). You can see it here: YouTube - Apple Macbook Air Sony Vaio Parody.

And right here:

Update: If you like this video, feel free to "Digg" it here (thanks Chris Brogan): Digg - Macbook Air Parody Video Using A Sony Vaio.

By Mitch Joel


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