About a minute of footage from the 9/11 Biker March thing today.

Not much really to say about the footage itself – I happened to need gas this morning and I live just north of DC, so I shot some quick footage:

…but I do want to remind people: they keep making it easier and easier to upload video, these days.  This was taken on my old iPod Touch, uploaded to YouTube with one click (once I had a WiFi signal), and once it was uploaded YouTube pretty much removed all the shaky cam with the click of a button.  You know me; I like to harp on the need for cameras at all times.  And truthfully? It’s getting hard to walk around without a video camera, these days.

So if you have a phone or a mp3 player or a tablet, play around with it a little.  You might discover that you’ve got a pretty potent tool, there.

2 thoughts on “About a minute of footage from the 9/11 Biker March thing today.”

  1. The bikers aren’t inclined to blow their own horns. That just isn’t who they are. They ride for love of country, in remembrance to those who have fallen, etc. And they’re the closest thing the American people have seen exemplifying the spirit of freedom in a while.

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