The Bodacious Belgrade Blog

September 10, 2008

Greatest Internet Video Of All Time

Filed under: Uncategorized — bunitingi @ 7:50 pm
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Forget about the sequel, the first, humble version is the best and most touching.

I know many of you have seen this, but apparently many haven’t, and this is simply my favorite thing that anyone has put on you tube, and dare i say, the reason you tube was born. This does it to me every time.

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2 Comments »

  1. Love it! I saw this great video on SF Iam where the reporter goes to Seattle to try and track down Internet and You Tube sensation Matt Harding of Where the Hell is Matt.com? Fame:

    http://www.sanfranciscoiam.com/videos/cb1dfa714335

    Find out the origins of Matt Harding’s fancy dance that has become a global InterWeb craze. Man, this guy has been fancy dancing all around the world for 5 years now, spreading happiness!

    Also, SF Iam has a lot of other great videos you should check out.

    Comment by Jess — November 29, 2008 @ 11:43 pm | Reply

  2. Hello:

    Matt Harding may not be a household name, but his dancing is world famous. Last year Time named his “Where the Hell is Matt?” video the year’s #1 viral video–and for good reason. By clumsily dancing his way from India to France to Hawaii to Micronesia to Bolivia and Tanzania and more, he showed the world that one awful dance could show us all what a really small world we really live in. Everyone–men, women, and children–joined him in his spirited, joyful dance.

    Matt’s first book “Where the Hell is Matt?” ($14.95 hardcover, Skyhorse Publishing) is the story of Matt, his travels, and his videos. Told with humor and illustrated with over 200 of Matt’s own photographs, it is the perfect summer read for anyone who loves Matt’s video and wanted to hear from Matt how his journey started, whom he met on the way, and what he saw along the way.

    “Where the Hell is Matt?” is available from booksellers everywhere–on line and in stores. Please let us know if you need or want any further information about Matt or his book.

    Sincerely,
    Heather Chapman, Publicity Assistant
    Skyhorse Publishing
    212-643-6816

    Comment by Heather — July 23, 2009 @ 6:08 pm | Reply


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