Google fiber project results in some cheesy videos
More than 1,100 communities across the U.S. have applied to take part in Google's broadband fiber experiment, in which it will build a super-fast network to serve up to 500,000 people.
Some of the proposals got a little crazy -- Topeka, Kansas renamed itself Google, Kansas for a time. Many towns delivered pitches through YouTube.
Todd Bishop of tech news site Tech Flash just published a list of the worst video pitches he could find.