Apparently YouTube is rather sensitive about using stuff with logos or product names.
In response, I am adding/replacing a few videos. Namely, I’m replacing the Pellegrino bottle with the naked version of the same bottle. Plus, I happened to spin one of the cans we use to hold coffee beans . . . and guess what? It was a good spinner.
Probably because the can is light, and only the bottom had beans in it, making it both heavier, and with a low center of gravity.
Anyway, I figure that in addition to updating the original post, I would do a quick post for them who had already seen the original, and were forever scarred by seeing a product name on the bottle. This won’t make up for it, but since I am deleting the original video, in time your memories will be supplanted with new ones, and you’ll be able to lead a normal life. Or whatever passes for normal in your life.
So, without delay, here are the new spinning bottles videos . . .
and here are the new videos; spinning coffee cans, both caffeinated and decaffeinated versions.
And here is the updated aggregation video, bringing it all together . . . of course, the new videos won’t have the same look and feel as the originals, but you can all bitch at YouTube for that.
So there . . . copyright correct, and poor Pellegrino loses out on some free advertising.
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WordPress is still screwing around with trying to be a class operation. As such, while they busily work to add features and themes I will never use, they are remiss in fixing problems like disappearing links. So, if you click on the doodle, and nothing happens, this is the link it’s supposed to go to: https://disperser.wordpress.com/2011/12/26/palm-vx-and-i/. Note . . . there is no guarantee WordPress will keep this as a link, but at least you can copy it and paste it on a browser’s address field.
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