What a Free Video Web Site Can Do for a Kid's Confidence and Career, or Yours . . . An Incredible Guitar Performance in a Bedroom
You are about to see an Internet phenomenon. I first spotted it on March 17, 2006. When I discovered it, the video had almost one million "hits." Yet it had been on-line for only two months.
When I discovered it by mistake, there were 200 posted comments. There are now almost 25,000.
The Web works to spread information, as nothing else has in history. When something is spectacular, people find it and then forward it. It's word of mouse.
Update: July 22, 2006. 6 million hits.
Update: August 26, 2006. 7 million hits
Update: November 28, 2006. 11 million hits
Update: January 29, 2007. 13 million hits
Update: July 16, 2008. 46 million hits
Update: January 14, 2009. 54 million hits
Update: September 15, 2010: 78.9 million hits
This faceless, nameless teenager cannot spell, as the introduction shows. He writes Plyed when he means Played. No matter.
We now know who he is: a 23-year-old Korean, Jeong-Hyun Lim. The New York Times reported this in a long story (August 27).
So far, he has no recording contract.
He did very well for the two guys who started YouTube with no money in 2005. Google just paid $1.6 billion to buy YouTube
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