Final Gmail Video
Here’s a fun little tidbit for you! If you recall, awhile back, I told you about a contest Google was hosting for their Gmail e-mail program. Well, to refresh your memory, the whole concept behind the contest was to show how an e-mail message travels around the world. Google wanted you to submit video clips with your own ideas on how that happens. The only rule was that you had to include the Gmail M-velope somewhere in your video (that’s the Gmail mascot).
Well, the contest is over now and the final video has been released. Now, I’m not sure if any of you submitted your clips or not, but either way, I wanted to share the final product with you today. This video is just too cool to pass up and I thought you all might enjoy watching it. I’ve already watched it like four times so far today and it gets better each time. There’s just so much creativity packed into one video, I think you’ll be amazed at what all you see. To view the video, just click here!
When you get to the Web site, the video will automatically load for you. It’s only a little over two minutes long and it’s worth every second! You’ll also want to make sure your sound is on, because the music that goes along with it makes it even better. Also, if you’re interested in seeing all the clips that weren’t used, you can watch them on YouTube from this site. But beware, there are tons of them, so you could easily get sidetracked! Most of them are worth checking out though. I have to say, the people in this world really do have some creative minds. Check it out!