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VIDEO: What if One of the Black Characters went Back To The Future?

While everyone celebrated 10/21/15, the date that Michael J. Fox’s character, Marty McFly, in Back to the Future II (1989), traveled forward in time to help his future children, black people thought about how things haven’t changed that much in this so-called future. Youtube parody channel F-Comedy rebooted the blockbuster to illustrate this scathing reality. In the short “What if One of the Black Characters went Back To The Future?” Goldie Wilson, the cook at the 1950s diner replaces Marty McFly in the driver’s seat of the Delorean and travels to 2015.
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Video Virus: The Apple Store’s Lip-Synching YouTube Sensation Nicholi White

Nicholi White has become a YouTube sensation with lip-synched videos filmed at Manhattan's midtown Apple store. The adorable and resourceful 13 year-old made use of the Apple store's display computers and web cameras to create over 70 videos. Wearing Kanye West inspired shades and ignoring onlookers, White lip-syncs and dances in the midst of shoppers to a variety of hit songs from Black Eye Peas, Kid Cudi, and Lil' Wayne, to name a few. And if you thought White just lip-syncs, watch the clips where he says "stop calling me an asshole," and another clip where he points out a guy in the store who harassed him.
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Beyonce meets Fan And Youtube Star Shane Mercado

Move over Chris Crocker, and reset the fame clock because it's time for Beyonce imitator Shane Mercado to cash in on his 15 minutes of YouTube fame. The flexible dancer garnered a huge internet following when he posted a video of himself dancing to Beyonce's new video Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It), showcasing his talent and a very skimpy bodysuit. After making the rounds on morning news programs and The Bonnie Hunt Show, Mercado got the chance to meet his inspiration in person at the premiere of her latest film Cadillac Records in New York. In case you missed the Youtube video...
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Model Chanel Iman Introduces ‘ChanelImanTV’ on YouTube

One of Blindie's favorite models Chanel Iman has joined the viral video community, creating her own YouTube channel, ChanelImanTV. Besides galavanting around New York City with her besties, the up-and-coming model has clips of her glamming her mum up during a break at a photo shoot and dancing with her BFF (whom Blindie believes is Baby Phat junior designer Jerome from Kimora Lee's reality TV show) to her favorite song on her laptop. "The least I could do is make this YouTube channel for you," she says in her first video post. "So you could get to know me better!"
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YouTube Fights For Your Right To Broadcast

Earlier this month, a judge ordered Google to turn over user data for YouTube as part of a $1 billion copyright infringement lawsuit by Viacom and a class-action group led by the Football Association of England. Viacom and the other parties of the lawsuit agreed to accept a stripped down version of the logs--with user names and computer Internet protocol addresses removed--after YouTube and privacy advocate groups balked at the request. On Monday, YouTube said, "We remain committed to protecting your privacy and we'll continue to fight for your right to share and broadcast your work on YouTube." In addition to the viewer logs, Viacom is seeking damages and an injunction prohibiting Google and YouTube from further infringement.
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VIDEO: What if One of the Black Characters went Back To The Future?

While everyone celebrated 10/21/15, the date that Michael J. Fox’s character, Marty McFly, in Back to the Future II (1989), traveled forward in time to help his future children, black people thought about how things haven’t changed that much in this so-called future. Youtube parody channel F-Comedy rebooted the blockbuster to illustrate this scathing reality. In the short “What if One of the Black Characters went Back To The Future?” Goldie Wilson, the cook at the 1950s diner replaces Marty McFly in the driver’s seat of the Delorean and travels to 2015.
Read More

Video Virus: The Apple Store’s Lip-Synching YouTube Sensation Nicholi White

Nicholi White has become a YouTube sensation with lip-synched videos filmed at Manhattan's midtown Apple store. The adorable and resourceful 13 year-old made use of the Apple store's display computers and web cameras to create over 70 videos. Wearing Kanye West inspired shades and ignoring onlookers, White lip-syncs and dances in the midst of shoppers to a variety of hit songs from Black Eye Peas, Kid Cudi, and Lil' Wayne, to name a few. And if you thought White just lip-syncs, watch the clips where he says "stop calling me an asshole," and another clip where he points out a guy in the store who harassed him.
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Beyonce meets Fan And Youtube Star Shane Mercado

Move over Chris Crocker, and reset the fame clock because it's time for Beyonce imitator Shane Mercado to cash in on his 15 minutes of YouTube fame. The flexible dancer garnered a huge internet following when he posted a video of himself dancing to Beyonce's new video Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It), showcasing his talent and a very skimpy bodysuit. After making the rounds on morning news programs and The Bonnie Hunt Show, Mercado got the chance to meet his inspiration in person at the premiere of her latest film Cadillac Records in New York. In case you missed the Youtube video...
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Model Chanel Iman Introduces ‘ChanelImanTV’ on YouTube

One of Blindie's favorite models Chanel Iman has joined the viral video community, creating her own YouTube channel, ChanelImanTV. Besides galavanting around New York City with her besties, the up-and-coming model has clips of her glamming her mum up during a break at a photo shoot and dancing with her BFF (whom Blindie believes is Baby Phat junior designer Jerome from Kimora Lee's reality TV show) to her favorite song on her laptop. "The least I could do is make this YouTube channel for you," she says in her first video post. "So you could get to know me better!"
Read More

YouTube Fights For Your Right To Broadcast

Earlier this month, a judge ordered Google to turn over user data for YouTube as part of a $1 billion copyright infringement lawsuit by Viacom and a class-action group led by the Football Association of England. Viacom and the other parties of the lawsuit agreed to accept a stripped down version of the logs--with user names and computer Internet protocol addresses removed--after YouTube and privacy advocate groups balked at the request. On Monday, YouTube said, "We remain committed to protecting your privacy and we'll continue to fight for your right to share and broadcast your work on YouTube." In addition to the viewer logs, Viacom is seeking damages and an injunction prohibiting Google and YouTube from further infringement.
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