Matt Harding’s 4-minute globethrottling

Bloghopping as usual, this time through eJab’s profile at Technorati, and found a great post at Dr. Mercola’s site. This video features hilarious dancing by Matt, a video game developer who created a Web site so his friends and family could keep up with his many adventures around the world. The site — featuring videos of Matt’s humorous dancing in various locales in 2005 — became so popular during and after his long trip, Stride Gum paid for his second worldwide trip in 2006! And yes, although it’s not in this video he did drop by Sabah. Read his journal to see his thoughts on Sabah and Malaysia in general.

The opening was breathtaking and I somehow find the ending touching; I was left smiling by the end of this video. If you like this video, you might want to vote for him as VH1’s 40 Greatest Internet Superstars.

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Posted on 10 February, 2007 under Life in reality, Web traversing


  1. cindy says:

    Hey Lorna, thanks for visiting back. πŸ™‚ You have a beautiful site as well.

    Submitting (selling) my designs to TM? Aih.. malu la.. my design kecil-kecilan saja. In fact, I just made a WordPress theme of the Valentine’s Day blog theme I offered for Blogger. πŸ˜›

    Enjoy your weekend. πŸ™‚

  2. I really like that video. Thanks for sharing πŸ™‚

  3. uberdose says:

    LOL. And what a wonderful life. First being a video developer then traveling the world. Though if I was a video developer in Brisbane I’d probably never ever leave for anywhere else πŸ™‚

  4. Matthew Jabs says:

    Hey Lorna…nice video.

    Where’ve you been?


  5. Haha, doesn’t look like those canguroos were much interested in his dancing.

  6. dan1el says:

    I love that song. Haven’t heard it in ages.

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