A new video on the issue of [net neutrality](http://www.publicknowledge.org/issues/network-neutrality) has appeared on the ‘net and we’ve linked to it via [VideoBomb](http://videobomb.com/posts/show/2368):
Please don’t forget to VideoBomb-it while you’re there. The video is large, so please be patient–it’s worth your wait!
If you haven’t seen [This Spartan Life](http://www.thisspartanlife.com/) before, what’s unique about [their videos](http://www.thisspartanlife.com/blogs.shtml) is that they’re brilliantly produced inside the popular video game [Halo 2](http://www.bungie.net/Games/Halo2/). Turns out, the online game platform is a great way to host an entertaining interview or produce an animated story. Using a video game to tell a story like this is called *[Machinima](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Machinima)*. There are [some great interviews](http://www.thisspartanlife.com/episodes.shtml), I highly recommend checking them out.
Additionally, if you’re using [Democracy](http://getdemocracy.com/) video player, you can subscribe to Public Knowledge’s “video channel” with this [RSS feed](http://videobomb.com/rss/users/show/publicknowledge) or you can simply go to the [PK webpage on VideoBomb](http://videobomb.com/users/show/publicknowledge) to keep up-to-date on media related to our issues.
Thanks to the [This Spartan Life](http://www.thisspartanlife.com/blogs.shtml) crew for putting this together, Chris Burke for the heads up and links, and Damian Lacedaemion for being a great host, as usual 🙂