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2008 July 09 : Positive Peace

MUTO a wall-painted animation by BLU from blu on Vimeo.

This is just an experiment. Am posting the same video from a website called www.vimeo.com

Am trying to compare YouTube with Vimeo and here are my conclusions:

    It has an option to post directly to this blog by storing my settings on their site. Posting becomes one click.
    However, I couldn’t add more blogs to YouTube, the feature seems to be broken now.
    Of course, YouTube has a much hight collection of videos compared to any other video site.


    I had to actually copy-paste the code from vimeo and put it on my blog, not difficult for me, but YouTube’s option suits the lazy.
    Vimeo’s player has an option to go fullscreen even when on my blog, unlike YouTube’s fullscreen option which works only on their site.
    Vimeo doesn’t have the annoying watermarked logo 🙂
    Vimeo has a cool HD section.

This is purely my opinion not endorsed by Vimeo or Google, my friends work for YouTube, if you guys are reading this, do something 😉

I have always been a big fan of graffiti. From, graffiti on school desks, politically rebellious graffiti to witty 1-liners in public loos, I love it all. 1 thing i hate is the A loves B inscribed on heritage monuments.

This group takes graffiti to another level using graffiti, photographs and video editing.

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