Videos and Audios on the web...

I have some questions on the status of the 9/11 truth movements efforts to post videos and audios on the web (and have them stay there).

* What do people know about YouTube (and others) pulling 9/11 videos off the web?

* A while ago there was news that Mark Cuban was going after the YouTube user Halifaxion. Does anyone know the details of what happened?

* Have others been banned from YouTube, Google entirely or had some of their videos deleted?

* When there is a great audio, for example from a 9/11 conference, are people making a video version (by adding an image)?

* Is there a place where there is a timeline of the history of the 9/11 movement (conferences, movie releases) with links to where videos can be found. My though is that videos of 9/11 conferences should be available in a form that will not be deleted. Are the producers of 9/11 conferences willing to upload videos to get the word out and/or perhaps in a lower quality in the hopes of selling higher quality DVDs?

* Can conference videos be made available in 10 minute (or less) segments so that they can be show on YouTube.

* Are videos being deleted based on containing news clips. Is reason or notification given?

* Is the provision of "fair use" being respected when a small portion of a movie or TV broadcast is used on a clip for the purpose of commentary?

* Are people taking advantage of the opportunity to download to their hard drives from Google (built in), YouTube (TubeSock) and Podcasts (like on this site)?

* Is everyone carrying DVDs with them to hand out the receptive people they meet during the day?

I am interested to hear the people's thoughts and experiences. Thanks. is a great is a great source. Tons of videos from various citizens commissions.

The Eleventh Day of Every Month

also check out this link, it

also check out this link, it has a massive video collection.

The newly popular video site, "LiveLeak" seems to have

deliberately degraded the quality of a video of one of the towers collapsing that I'd posted there! It was crystal clear when I uploaded it at about 3 a.m. & played it back a few times. A few hours later it was a blurry mess.

I think even Google may be using this underhanded technique on some WTC collapse clips.


well, it is very possible that the server does re-encode uploaded videos to save bandwidth and server space. this is common.
please, once again, not every f***ing webglitch/quality loss is a conspiracy. shouting this out at every occasion makes us look like , erh, conspiracy nuts.

Make your own copies of important videos

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I am making as many different copies as possible. Especially the ones where Bill O'Reilly attacks verbally Josie O'Donnel. I do not always succeed and not always in my prefered .avi format.

I suggest that everyone who has disc space do the same.



Have a bumper sticker on your car....

.....("Google Building 7" is a favorite of mine)....and have DVD copies permanently in your car, within easy reach....

I gave a DVD packet to a guy yesterday at the gas station who asked me what my bumper sticker meant....

"From Small Things, Big Things One Day Come"

Server Time, Organization, Archiving and More

One of the goals of the movement ought to be to fund and support server time at several locations for archiving things... Much has already been done (examples include Hoffman's WTC7 and the work at Cooperative Research, as well as many others). Clearly there is an effort underway to hide, mess with, destroy and censor. Also, there is a long-term need for a lot of research, cross-correlation, collaboration, etc.

One software tool that may be of value is a "concept map".

A concept map combines “… text, graphics, audio, video, links to Web pages, etc.,....”

It is “… essentially a meta-cognitivie tool...".

“CmapTools is a software suite that is in ongoing development at the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition (IHMC), at the University of West Florida. This tool is built as a distributed knowledge modeling system that enables learning and collaboration over the Internet. [It] has been used to acquire knowledge for expert systems, for institutional memory preservation, performance support, and potentially, as content for instruction in a course.” [For further information, see and ]