No one is safe from being exposed, for better or worse, on YouTube. That even goes for the biggest names in technology.
Among the current fare is a Simpsons clip that shows the innards of the Internet, including a Cisco box with flies buzzing around it, as one of Marge's sisters searches on the word "sex".
Also see how Cisco employees in Research Triangle Park, have a good time by racing radio-controlled ducks, sort of.
Cisco rival Nortel doesn't escape, either. One clip shows a Nortel device getting run over by a Japanese vehicle as part of a series of "smashed" videos.
A fresh posting inspired by AT&T's jettisoning of the Cingular brand highlights TV entertainer Stephen Colbert dissecting the tortured history of AT&T, or make that at&t. You try to make sense of it.
Earlier this month a YouTube user posted this item poking fun at Verizon's "Can you hear me now" commercials (Note: there is explicit language in this video.). A fictional Verizon employee is stuck answering the question, "Can you hear me now?", all day before losing his mind.
And one, um, creative user penned this song to the beat of Fergie's Fergilicious singing the praises of the AT&T BellSouth merger while applying white-out to his nose for no apparent reason.
Apple's HR department surely loves this video from an ex-employee who was terminated after his contribution during a company talent show.
And it's not just fun with the vendors on You Tube. This clip from the animated show The Family Guy includes a Broadway-like number about the FCC's conservative censorship rules.