YouTube launched back in early 2005 as a video-sharing website. A lot has happened since then. The company was acquired by Google in 2006 and since then it has only exploded in popularity with new features and redesigns. As of March 2013, over 1 billion unique visitors use YouTube monthly. Which is a shame with all the recent controversy surrounding an official app on Windows Phone.
One way or the other, it’s still a great platform for people to create fun videos and amass followers. MysteryGuitarMan, aka Joe Penna, has done that with his 2.7 million subscribers and 329 million views. He’s just released a fun stop motion video featuring the Nokia Lumia 1020.
While the focus is clearly the Facebook app, which was just updated yesterday, it’s still a solid video and it’s hard to ignore the yellow Lumia 1020. Plus it’s pretty damn creative and was filmed with a Lumia 1020. A Lumia 1020 filming another Lumia 1020, that counts as some sort of Lumiaception right?
Thanks for the tip Huy!
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