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Thursday, 19 August 2010

BNTL x Channel 4

Someone had to do it. Channel 4 approached the blog to ask us for an interview for a feature on online privacy.

The call came and none of us wanted to do it....I man'd up and took to the hot seat.

Scariest thing i've ever done. The call came no more than 3 hours before the actual interview. No prep, no word on what I was going to be asked just straight in.

At points I had no idea what I was talking about but either way its a neat look for BNTL and everyone involved...


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Go HERE to watch.

14 comments:

Stephanie said...

That's amazing!
Congrats.

Anonymous said...

pretty cool i guess, typical for you to do it though.

Surely u could of used a better screen shot?
Man looking all chi chi with that little rabbit mouth.

Ollie Danger said...

Hahaha the still kills me but its best one I could find. Minor.

Anonymous said...

hahaha.

Anonymous said...

Big Ollie for stepping up to the plate I could in your eyes when he said 'Better Late then Never' you was pisseddddd! BNTL got some serious promotion for nothing BIG!!

chromotherapy said...

ahh I saw this live and was like whaaaa haha. nice one congrats.

spirits said...

'better late than never'


you came across well alright mate - big ups!


every other blog man would of come on there and fainted, so congrats again

JP.COM.ORG.UK said...

BRAP!

JP.COM.ORG.UK said...

BRAP!

lil dean said...

good stuff

PINS said...

"BETTER you did it, THAN NEVER did it at all and woke up LATE n missed it!"

Props out to you Sir!

Anonymous said...

the other man talked too much... suffering from over preparation maybe...

Anonymous said...

durr durr present

Anonymous said...

Its a shame you didn't have a stronger stand point or opinion. This would have been an excellent opportunity to express what young people feel about "privacy issues" online. Unfortunately your argument was not articulate and no real message came across from what you were saying.

Obviously you are in touch with what is hot for the hipsters but you are ultimately not particularly well read in a wider social context. Instead of posting look books perhaps think about the bigger picture of what blogging personal information means in todays society, then maybe your influential status could actually have a positive effect on your peers other than what bike people ride.