Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Larry Monarch Live!

Embedded below you'll find the first of the MediEvolution videos to be hosted by YouTube. Your honest feedback would be appreciated, especially since I'm trying to decide whether YouTube is a viable host for MediEvolution videos. Feel free to be critical -- this is my least favorite of the MediEvolution videos, so I've got plenty of criticisms of my own.


  1. Anonymous10:14 PM

    Aside from the fact that the girl could barely pronounce an entire sentence convinceingly, it wasn't horrible. I think youtube is fine, but maybe upload a better episode next time...

  2. I've been a big fan of Youtube for a while, and I definitely think it's the way to go. The video is cute!

  3. Aside from how quickly it became dated and a couple of other issues, my big complaint (and I'm one of the writers, so I'm as much to blame as others) is that it takes so long to get to the point.

    The point of this video is to demonstrate that "Lady in the Water" is an Arthurian film ... but we're pretty far into the sketch before that point begins to develop.

    Does anyone know if views of the video embedded on THIS website register as hits on the number of views listed on YouTube? Right now we've got 13, and hundreds of people have visited the Wordhoard during that time.

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