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nbcbayarea.com — california A hot air balloon making an unscheduled landing in the middle of the street Tuesday was caught on video by a giggling little boy in the back of his mom's car. NBC 7 obtained the video shot by a 6-year-old Dylan, who repeatedly said "Oh my gosh" while recording the landing in the Rancho Bernardo area of San Diego.
RT @nbcbayarea: A hot air balloon landing in middle of street caught on video by a giggling little boy in the back of his mom's car. bit.ly/1lF8ytH

Budman: YouTube's 9-Year Rise to Dominance

nbcbayarea.com — tech "Alright, so here we are, in front of the elephants..." And that's how the revolution began. Jawed Karim, one of the co-founders of YouTube, hanging out in front of some elephants at the zoo, being filmed, and uploading the video -- all 18 seconds of it -- to a fledgling service that would go on to become a huge part of our digital lives.
YouTube turns nine today. Here's a look at its history, and its dominance: tinyurl.com/kxumges $GOOG

San Jose Filmmaker Rushes To Tell The "Story Of His Life"

nbcbayarea.com — local From the moment he bought his first video camera, more than 25 years ago, Chris Hennessy says he has felt right at home behind the lens. "I pretty much became addicted right away to telling stories with it," Chris says.

Palo Alto Man Recovering After Yosemite Fall

nbcbayarea.com — local A 26-year-old Palo Alto man is recovering after falling while rock climbing in Yosemite. Blake Parkinson was climbing the Cathedral Spire, a popular near-vertical pinnacle, with a partner Sunday when he fell about 30 feet. A California Highway Patrol helicopter assisted with the rescue.
My story RT @nbcbayarea: Palo Alto man recovering after falling 30 feet while rock climbing in Yosemite bit.ly/1f4fm0U