Over a year ago, founding Monty Python member John Cleese announced he’d star in a series of online videos under the banner of Headcast. Produced by the Australia-based The Podcast Network, the dry English comedian that helped to define ‘irreverence’ said the installments would be sometimes humorous and sometimes thoughtful, “giving me a chance to sound off in my old age.”
Unfortunately, it seems as though Cleese hasn’t fully realized his Headcast, but he has discovered Seesmic (and Twitter).
Cleese is a fan of the micro-video-blogging application (“He likes Seesmic because of its frank and unmoderated style.”) and earlier this month went live on the site to talk politics and take questions from viewers. He’s ignorant about the technology, but wonderfully giddy about the conversations. It’s not something completely different, but a good watch for any fan of Monty Python or British accents.
Check out the entire conversation at Seesmic.com/JohnCleese.