The Battle for Youtube
Saturday, November 8, 2008

As we all know, all true Browncoats should own the movie Serenity. But some've us have got mor'n a few moneyless and motheaten pockets, are far from home, or are currently loaning them out to spread the shiny.

Thus the nearest place many look in a pinch is Youtube. Which removes Serenity on a regular basis, and frequently our beloved series also.

There’s got to be some ingenious system a’ keepin’ these things up and flying under the radar. Has anyone noticed that other movies stay up for years and their attatched corporations couldn’t care less, while Serenity has a mighty hard time staying up more than two months before the brave soul’s account is deleted or forcibly scoured of the offending material?

For now I say we create channels and keywords with planet names (or something equally unrecognizable yet related) and move 'em monthly. That way the ‘liance will have less of a clue what they’re lookin’ for in their spidersearch keywords, but we’ll know where we’re touchin’ down:

Persephone, Whitefall, Sihnon, Londinium, Hera, Ariel etc.

Any ideas?

I applaud those posters who keep movin' and postin' for the benefit of Browcoats with net access.

You can’t stop the signal.


Wednesday, November 12, 2008 12:14 AM


People paying for the movie is the only chance we have of a sequel - there's no excuse for ripping off Universal.

Sunday, November 9, 2008 3:46 AM


You can get Firefly for free (legally)at It's a site cofounded by NBC/Universal and Fox so a Browcoat presence there is a good thing. Let's them know we're still around and interested in a new movie or something.

I've also seen Firefly on the XBOX 360 TV show list and Amazon Unbox Hopefully Firefly and Serenity will be available when Netflix begins it's streaming service on the XBOX on Nov.19.


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