"Fork In the Road" Goes Viral
The hilarious, must see Neil TV of the "Fork In the Road" video appears to be going viral on the 'net. And bloggers have been doing their job judging from the results.
Here's the latest from our trusty source Archives Guy commenting on video for "Fork In the Road":
Shakey Pictures would like to thank everyone for the encouraging feedback and overwhelming support of the first video in a new series, Fork In The Road.
In it's first 2 days, we have seen over 20,000 viewings of this video on YouTube. The Myspace link has over 17,000 views. Thanks to you...a completely grass roots, e-mail, blog, and chat group network this video has become a small sensation in the vast world of the Internet.
As Thrasher mentioned at the top of this post, we urge you to keep sharing this video with others.
It is set for you to link, embed, download and take mobile.
Apart from YouTube, Fork In The Road can also be viewed here:
"Keep on Bloggin' 'til the power goes out"
"We've still got you....thanks"
ps I forgot to thank everyone for all the great comments and subscriptions at the Fork In the Road channel over on YouTube. Remember, if you subscribe to the channel, you will receive alerts every time we put up a new video.
Thanks Archives Guy! Please let Neil know that we'll keep on bloggin' 'til the power goes out. And embeddin'. And mobloggin'. And -- most importantly -- that we've still got Neil....thanks.
But this post on Rust : Message: Neil Young - 2009 by Dave in Newfoundland sums up our thoughts probably much better than we ever could:
I just wanted to make the point that as Rusties we are blessed to have an artist as vibrant as Neil. Discussions on Rust sometimes centre around what he is not doing or what he should be doing.
We all need a good awakening now and then to realize how fortunate we are to have Neil in our lives in 2009 with the amazing amount of activity that we here on Rust have the opportunity to share in and discuss. New albums, new projects, The Archives, Linc Volt, a never ending tour, recent interviews that are more revealing than ever, and on it goes.
Pick another of your favourite artists, maybe one on the other side of 60. Who else offers their fanbase the amount of ongoing activity as Neil and who else has made it so readily available to the world so that we his fans can share in the journey with him.
I've been wanting to throw that out there for a while.
Wishing you all well
Dave in Newfoundland
Thanks Dave! You did justice for many Neil fans.
So it looks like we'll have to update the predictions for Neil Young in 2009 already. Poor us. ;)