This post was last updated on December 12th, 2011 at 03:17 pm
Google is putting together an interesting, fun project demonstrating the power of connection.
A few of us on the Gmail team came up with an idea to stitch together a bunch of video clips that all share one element: someone hands the Gmail M-velope in from the left of the screen, and hands it off to the right. Put them all together, and they form one long chain of hand-offs. We thought it would be fun to let everyone in on the action. Just go to http://mail.google.com/mvideo, where you’ll find directions on how to submit your clip (including a PDF of the Gmail M-velope you can use in your video). We’ll be accepting clips until August 13th. We’ll then take a selection of the submitted clips and edit them together into one final video, which we’ll release to the world on August 20th.
Wouldn’t this be a great idea to piggy back on in the classroom? We could get very creative here. Simple and yet creative.
[tags]gmail, video, connection[/tags]