Netizens pretend to attend the meeting, too.
It often happens that content goes viral on the Internet, to put it mildly, we don’t think it will go a long way. But the popularity of the video below is surprising even with that in mind.
It’s a small town municipality board meeting in New Zealand.
The video currently has 344,000 views on YouTube Waipa District (Waikato District) Municipal Finance Committee meeting appears. The recording was made last April, when, due to the epidemic situation, members were already holding a meeting via Zoomon on the impact of the coronavirus epidemic on tourism.
It’s not known why this video was taken, it’s a fact: people started using it. This means that in busy workplaces (or working from home) they play a board meeting video, which plays on their screen for an hour and three quarters,
Thus, in their environment, it appears as if they themselves are taking part in a discussion. That is, they imitate that they are working, busy, because they are in a very important meeting.
All this can be seen from the first comment below the video:
Is anyone else next to me using this video to seem like they’re having a discussion just so they don’t disturb their family members while working from home?
There are commentators who write that he used the video six times for this purpose, and another with this recording used to convince his parents that he was learning online. Third comment:
I made this Zoom call at work, so I thought I was busy, so I get away with having to deal with a stressed client. installed.
BBC said He writesIn the video, New Zealand local government representatives were utterly surprised that their deliberations had become so popular online, but just as on Twitter. they write: They now feel like celebrities.
We don’t encourage anyone to do this, but if you want to use the video to imitate the work, do the following:
“Writer. Twitter specialist. Passionate social media ninja. Lifelong beer buff. Bacon fanatic. Wannabe web scholar. Devoted coffee maven.”