Tag archives: social-media

Social Media T-Shirt – Unlocking All Behavioral Disorders

Wow, just wow, I love it :) Social Media T-Shirt – Unlocking The Awesome Potential of Behavioral Disorders

Where Are The Fred T-Shirts

You may never have heard of Fred, but he is a hit “with the kids”. So much of a hit that his YouTube show is sponsored by a little IM/texting device called a Zip-It, which he has seamlessly blended in to his show. What I find amazing is how the show sold out so shamelessly and yet so seamlessly it almost adds to the show’s appeal. The show consists of a 14 year old kid playing a 6 year old kid, with a high pitched squeaky voice, it’s kind of like Peewee Herman. Here’s a sample episode (be warned i don’t believe anyone can be ambivalent about this character):

The show is incredibly popular and in fact every episode get 3+ million views. The crazy folks at Blogscoped calculated that the Fred videos have been watched a total of 48 million times. Robert Scoble may call it stupid, but I think that is selling short the very clever and deliberate ascent to stardom of this internet celebrity. If you watch the first and last episodes of Fred you can see how the character has developed over 2 years from a very rough first attempts to a fully realized character today.

Anyway, my point is he has sold out so seamlessly that why the hell isn’t he selling the t-shirt that he wears in every episode?

American Apparel T-Shirt Store Hijacked (in SecondLife)

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Gun toting members of the SecondLife Liberation Army have taken over the American Apparel store in SecondLife, and are not letting anyone buy any T-shirts. Why? because they are fighting for voting rights, in other words the residents of SecondLife really do want to be citizens.

The SLLA selected as its first target the American Apparel Store in SL. Volunteers from the SLLA have been posted to the store and are preventing SL residents from buying any goods from this vendor.

The SLLA has no complaint with American Apparel but is seeking to introduce voting rights to Second Life. We hope that American Apparel will join us in putting pressure on Linden Labs to do this. The SLLA can then stop our attacks against customers using their store.

For some background on SecondLife you may like this article