Internet Celebs Star In Wacky Net Neutrality Videos


What would you get if you collected all the Internet celebrities like the Subservient Chicken, Leslie Hall, Tron Guy, Peter Pan. the dancing baby and put them all in one place? You'd get the hilariously kooky We Are the Web. The Barbarian Group's Eva mcClosky sent us this gem in which the celebs are there to support net neutrality, the movement to stop big business from tiering Internet access. It's a hot political potato but the site's a deliciously quirky delight.

by Steve Hall    Aug-25-06   Click to Comment   
Topic: Best, Online, Strange   

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Net neutrality is a bogus issue cooked up by Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, eBay etc. because they don't want to pay telcos extra for video and audio (VoIP) traffic. Net neutrality laws could actually force telcos to charge the costs for network upgrades directly to consumers. It's almost funny how gullible the usual preachy activist crowd is. Every nitwit hipster will put a net neutrality sticker on their Mac notebook this Fall.

Posted by: Peter Verkooijen on August 27, 2006 2:59 PM