The Subtle Art of Announcement Video Disasters

By: 10.11.10

Dear Tech Companies:

We come to you today because we are concerned.  Not for your profits, or your social relevance, or anything that actually matters.  We come to you, because your announcement videos are terrible, and most of them aren’t even worth a huge announcement in the first place.

Twitter, let’s start with you.  Here’s the video that you put out recently:

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