Found footage video dating
In 1983, Apple was trying to get software developers excited about the new Mac platform and a new way of working with computers.
The You Tube video below shows highlights of an Apple event in which Steve Jobs plays the part of The Dating Game host Jim Lange, asking questions about software development to three software magnates -- Fred Gibbons of Software Publishing Company, Mitch Kapor of Lotus Development, and some guy named Bill Gates from Microsoft.
So whether you're dining with your sig other at some fancy joint this Sunday or sitting at home with a bottle of ...
something, we would like to direct your attention to the following array of hilarity.
“Zippy could tell I was scared and got so riled up that he got loose and went after it.
It turns out the brave little guy chased the Sasquatch away and saved me from a possible encounter.” Walters says he was thankful that his Yorkshire Terrier scared the creature away.
Eric Walters spotted the creature while he was on vacation in Henderson County Thursday morning during a walk with his dog, Zippy, near a lush forest.
In the distance, he spotted what appeared to be either a man or a bear.
Every video is (unintentionally) funny, but those that have to do with love and romance take the proverbial cake.So we asked the show's curators, Joe Pickett and Nick Prueher, to share some of their favourite pieces of found footage to give you a taste of what's in store.The best clips, however, are saved for the live shows. The Found Footage Festival – a cult New York night which showcases the funniest and most downright bizarre VHS videos found at car boot sales and thrift stores across America – makes its UK debut at the Soho Theatre on June 29-30.The forgotten clips are some of the most extraordinary and hysterical we've ever seen.