It started with cutting down a 90-minute Steve Jobs MacWorld keynote into 60 seconds. Next, Mahalo Daily trimmed the fat on George Bush’s last State of the Union Address to make a much leaner, more palatable 60-second version. It was at that time that Jascon Calacanis and Veronic Belmont knew they were onto something that didn’t involve lame how-tos.
Since then, most televised and long-winded political and entertainment spectacles have been minute-fied, including a Republican Debate, a Democratic Debate, the Grammy Awards, and last night’s 80th Academy Awards.
Considering Jon Stewart preformed just slightly better than he did the last go round, the above is infinitely more watchable than the three-plus-hour-long snoozefest that I should’ve not watched like most other people.