YouTube Trends, Rock Chalk Christmas 2010

YouTube Trends, Rock Chalk Christmas 2010

By: Michelle Lamar
December 15, 2010

invasion of the christmas lightsYouTube Trends is the latest solution from Google, for those of you who don’t have time to keep track of the 35 hours of video uploaded to YouTube every minute. YouTube Trends offers a daily dose of YouTube goodness, aka the “best” in viral video, so you can be the first kid on the block (or the blog) to know about the latest cute kitten video or celebrity meltdown.

The geeks people behind the new trend spotting initiative, YouTube trends is “a destination for daily insight into the zeitgeist of the world’s largest video site” and, in the words of YouTube’s Kevin Allocca:

The idea behind YouTube Trends is that it spots the viral and newsworthy content people love to share and packages it in an easy to digest format. With over 35 hours of video now uploaded to YouTube every minute, we wanted one place to distill the videos people were sharing and discussing with their friends as well as understand what YouTube could teach us about our culture and current events.

In the holiday spirit, and because tonight TLC is airing Invasion of the Christmas Lights, the best/worst holiday show ever, I’m sharing a video I found on YouTube Trends today.

Dig, if you will, a YouTube video from my hometown of Wichita Kansas: Incredible, synchronized Rock Chalk Christmas lights. You can thank me later, or not, depending on your state of mind.