YouTube ~ Will Anonymous be in a historic cinematic experiment? Could they make the cut in YouTube's upcoming Life in a Day?
From the looks of the announcement at WWP (buried in the think-tank), it doesn't look like July 24th is on their radar, unless they're planning in some super-sekret treehouse somewhere.
According to YouTube's blog:Wonder if they'll want video of flash-raid planning, or caek baking?
"...you have 24 hours to capture a snapshot of your life on camera. You can film the ordinary -- a sunrise, the commute to work, a neighborhood soccer match, or the extraordinary -- a baby’s first steps, your reaction to the passing of a loved one, or even a marriage."
Want to take part? Here’s what to do.
• Visit the “Life in a Day” channel and learn more about the project. Be sure to read through the steps you need to take to participate and the guidelines for creating your video(s). Also check out some of the sample videos for inspirational ideas.
• On July 24, capture your day on camera.
• Upload your footage to the “Life in a Day” channel any time before July 31.
Regardless of whether your footage makes it into the final film, your video(s) will live on on the “Life in a Day” channel as a time capsule that will tell future generations what it was like to be alive on July 24, 2010.