jeremy paul gordon

I work for Pitchfork and also write for the Wall Street Journal, GQ, Pacific Standard and others. E-mail me at jeremypaulgordon[at]gmail[dot]com or check out my vaguely professional personal website. I'm also on Twitter.

April 1, 2011 at 2:14pm
Reblogged from fastcompany


Got a great scoop for you guys: today, Youtube announced a new feature that they’re calling Anime Synch. Now, when you want to hear your favorite songs, rather than having to watch a bad video (Trey Songz, looking at you) or a photo slideshow, Youtube will automatically generate a bevy of anime girls to lip synch and dance along. Their servers allow for almost instantaneous buffering—a truly advanced effect of the digital era.

Here’s the first example, set to the remix of M.O.P.’s “Ante Up.” It’s a real winner of a program, we think. They will be rolling out the program in the next few weeks, so start building up a queue of all those songs you want to hear!

It’s my last day at Fast Company.


  1. jenisus reblogged this from fastcompany
  2. bardiparty reblogged this from airgordon and added:
    I’m so glad Jeremy pulled this classic out of his Youtube arsenal to post for Fast Company. Proud of you, bb.
  3. twintail-fetish reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
    Looks like DDR lol
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    It’s my last day at Fast Company.
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