Steve Nash, The Winklevoss Twins & Matt Cutts

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I'm going to test a video roundup-style article looking at some of the more interesting videos we come across in tech, marketing and business on any given day. If the response is good, we'll continue to do this.

There is so much content out there, it's impossible not to miss some things, so hopefully this can help prevent you from missing some good videos. If you like the compilation, or any of the videos within, why not share it with others? And certainly, feel free to comment on any subject mentioned in any of them.

Update: Don't miss the videos from day two and day three.

We ran an article about this yesterday, but it's still getting a lot of attention today. The Winklevoss twins have appeared in a Wonderful Pistachios ad.

Next Media Animation, the Taiwanese animation firm, which parodies many tech news topics, has a new video out about Ron Paul:

This follows one they recently release about Rick Perry:

Cisco has a marketing campaign bashing Juniper Networks for "not keeping its promises to customers" as the company puts it. There is a whole site dedicated to this campaign, which includes the following video:

Vitamin Water is running an ad campaign where it is calling upon consumers to upload videos showing how they embody "Nash-ness" - as in Steve Nash-ness:

Robert Scoble shared a video where he sat down with TechCrunch Disrupt finalist Shaker, which he says will be "an important company in the social world". What do you think?

This trailer for the film Connected has been making the rounds. It's about how technology is changing us and "what it means to be connected in the 21st century":

We broke this down a bit in another article, but Google's Matt Cutts put out this video talking about why webmasters may see a decline in their PageRank, and what they can do about it in some cases:

Speaking of Google, their Johnny Cash Project campaign is also getting a lot of attention:

Chris Crum
Chris Crum has been a part of the WebProNews team and the iEntry Network of B2B Publications since 2003. Follow Chris on Twitter, on StumbleUpon, on Pinterest and/or on Google: +Chris Crum.