Zaturdays: The Intelligent Design of Skate Videos Post at Skatepark of Tampa

Zaturdays: The Intelligent Design of Skate Videos

The evolution of the skate video has been talked about to death. At first, it seemed like the classic video was going to be replaced with a pay-per-part formula when Shane O’Neill came out with that 99 cent Berrics shocker, and then P-Rod released Me, Myself and I on iTunes for $2.99 shortly after. Nobody liked where things seemed to be heading but the consensus was that “Hey, the Internet is changing everything and videos are no exception.” The only real question seemed to be how much we’d end up having to pay to watch parts in the end. Read more.
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