Captain Catasrophe repeated the word "potato" 650 times in his video.
Barry H. leveled a Human Rogue in World of Warcraft from Level 1 to Level 2 in 16.00 seconds
Ian M. thanked RecordSetter 440 times in a YouTube video.
Joshua W. talked to Ally on OoVoo for 115 hours, a total time of four days.
Oscar Sykes and his friends made 5,079 comments on a Facebook video.
Jon Gardner’s video received only four views after being on YouTube for over two years.
Patrick Scott Patterson compiled 17 vintage commercials in a single YouTube video.
Darryl Learie currently has 4,407 home videos in his collection, totalling 465 hours of play.
Patrick Scott Patterson made seven kills in 30 seconds in “[Call Of
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(RED) teamed up with Mashable to set the first-ever RecordSetter world record on Vine. On June 5th 2013, which marks the 32nd anniversary of the discovery of AIDS, people around the planet created 1,659 “(RED) themed” Vine videos to raise awareness that we can deliver an AIDS FREE GENERATION by 2015.
David Guetta, Sophia Bush, and Twitter founders Biz Stone and Jack Dorsey were among those who created Vine videos and tagged them with a #REDWorldRecord hashtag. Videos from the campaign were featured on Mashable’s homepage and on the NASDAQ tower and marquee screen in Times Square.
See all Vine videos created for the #REDWorldRecord here.
Allan Cox featured 250 mini-golf trick shots in a video.
Joseph K. watched the "I Just Wasted 10 Seconds Of Your Life" video 332 times.
Jireh A. said "Thank You, RecordSetter" in a video for two hours, 55 minutes, 24.00 seconds.
100 participants at Inbound Marketing Media Summit shot Facebook live videos at once. They set the record at Steve Garfield's #Inbound16 Talk. Learn more about the feat here.
Dylan Moloney watched five Disney music videos on YouTube.
Jonathan Harchick counted for 74 hours, 29 minutes and 8.0 seconds.
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