Brotherhood 2.0 in the press Feb 27, 2007 9:31:04 GMT -5
Post by milowent on Feb 27, 2007 9:31:04 GMT -5
well, maybe not the press, but the Camden County Teen Zone Blog:
January 29, 2007
You have to see this. No, seriously, you really have to see this. If you fear any of your relationships devolving into nothing more than text messages & IM, the model presented in Brotherhood 2.0 may be the cure you're looking for.
Okay, a little backstory: some of you may be familiar with the author John Green. His first novel, Looking for Alaska won the Printz Award (sort of like the Best Picture Oscar for teen literature) last year, and last week, his second novel, An Abundance of Katherines, won a Printz Honor (this is like being a great runner-up for Best Picture).
John keeps a very funny & charming blog. He lives in New York, and his brother, Hank, lives in Montana. Obviously, they can't see each other in person much, and so they used to communicate mostly via IM, texting, and e-mail. They got sick of it, and decided to start videoblogging to each other every weekday throughout 2007. The hilarious result is Brotherhood 2.0.
You can thank me later.
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i found a lot of glowing blogposts about the series, actually. in fact, pretty much every viewer with a blog must have posted about them (except me so far, i guess), because there are TONS of these posts. and they all say some variation of "john and hank green are golden. You must watch this." youtube needs to feature them. where's the suggestion box?