Zeitgeist 2012_ Year In Review - YouTube

Searching for the meaning of 2012

Its become a bit of an end of year tradition, Google makes a review of the year with stunning clips and an emotive soundtrack. Is it a not so subtle way of branding the year as a google year? Implying that google helped to make this year possible? That google helped us to get through the tough times and made the good events take place? In one sense we are increasingly reliant on Google as the lens through which we see the world so perhaps its not completely outrageous for them to review it for us…

This clip might be useful to church pastors on the last Sunday of the year…





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2 comments to “Searching for the meaning of 2012”

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  1. Will Sapwell - December 29, 2012 at 2:06 pm Reply

    The “love Jesus, hate religion” guy features are 2:20ish

  2. Richard Littledale - December 30, 2012 at 9:36 pm Reply

    Had rather similar feelings with the Zeitgeist video last year. They are clever & beautifully edited, but seem to carry a subtle message of “the world brought to you by Google”:http://richardlittledale.me.uk/2011/12/17/a-year-in-under-three-minutes/

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