Palermo, Buenos Aires, Filmed in my Nokia N80
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I grew up in Recoleta and went to school in Palermo during the 70s. Buenos Aires has changed, mostly for the better. When I lived in Argentina very few people came and visited Buenos Aires. This Christmas will be Argentina´s record in terms of tourist entries. In this video I show a very personal side of my city that now combines chic with the same old popular culture of asados.
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Lawyer on December 19, 2006 ·
You are a great entrepeneur, but I’m afraid you have no future as a documentalist!!!
Javier on December 19, 2006 ·
Pudiste filmar en la calle y en los comercios ???
Tenes suerte !!! A mi casi me mandan sopre por filmar el frente de los negocios y en el subte la ultima vez que estuve por alla.
Dalila on December 21, 2006 ·
Hola Martin, linkié tu video en mi blog, espero que no te moleste. Por cierto, muy interesante tu blog. Saludos!
Karina on December 23, 2006 ·
Otro admirador de Palermo…
Interesante el video, el asadito, un ícono nacional.
Saludos, nos vemos.
Charbax on December 24, 2006 ·
Thanks for showing us a bit of Argentina, looking forward to more video coverage like that from around the world.
People will be able to upload the video directly from their Wi-Fi portable camcorder device, directly onto their video-blog, using FONspots around the world with automatic login functionality. Even live multi-camera productions can be streamed out to an unlimited amount of people using peer-to-peer video streaming. Maybe the skype people have something going on with the live p2p video streaming technology.
stefano on January 7, 2007 ·
Wonderful, Martin, but if you need a cameraman!!! just call me,
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pradyum on December 19, 2006 ·
Tokyo, HK, Taiwan, Paris, Le Web, NY, Clinton Foundation, Argentina! WOW! Thank you for taking us around the world!
Your hometown in Argentina looks very nice.
Best wishes for Holidays!