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GOOD Guest Edits YouTube Today

A while ago YouTube asked us if we'd be interested in choosing twelve environmentally-themed videos to be featured on their homepage.

Our answer was "uh...yeah!" This was kind of a big deal.

So we started searching. To be honest, it was pretty hard. There's lots of great stuff on YouTube but we wanted to keep the features short, informative and entertaining. And your job is never done. There's always the promise of a brilliant, undiscovered video around the corner. In the end we're pretty damn proud of the line-up, though.

Today is our day. Head over to YouTube and let us know what you think of the selection.

If you haven't heard about YouTube (some people are still catching on) here's another gratuitous link: YouTube homepage.



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