Roundup of Hurricane Sandy videos
Bad weather can't keep good videographers down
Not even a hurricane can keep people away from their video cameras, or even from some people doing strange things when the TV cameras are pointing their way.
Here are a bunch of videos that emerged on the InterWebs yesterday during and after the "superstore" known as Sandy:
First up we get the horse-head jogger, who "won the Internets" yesterday by video-bombing a reporter during the storm coverage:
Next up, a video of an explosion at the Con Ed Plant in lower Manhattan. Jump ahead to the 3-minute mark:
Another video from New York City, this video shows a wall on the side of an apartment building being blown off (jump ahead to 0:30):
In this clip from NBC, we see a giant crane dangling from the top of a high-rise:
A lot of things got canceled as the storm approached - but late-night TV show host Jimmy Fallon still did his show (he sent the audience home) - here's the opening clip from the show:
And then there are reporters - those brave souls who laugh at the face of danger, but who also sometimes face the wrath of the storm they're covering:
Here's hoping that everyone made it through the storm with little or no damage.
Keith Shaw rounds up the best in geek video in his ITworld.tv blog. Follow Keith on Twitter at @shawkeith. For the latest IT news, analysis and how-tos, follow ITworld on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.
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