YouTube Sensation To Crowdsource His Life

YouTube Sensation To Crowdsource His Life

Teenager launches a new social experiment where he would give his life's remote control to others.

Naresh Kumar
  • 4 august 2010

YouTube regulars will recall a young guy named Dan Brown who became an overnight sensation for posting a video on how to solve a Rubik’s Cube. He’s back, and has just launched a new interactive web show called Dan 3.0 that will literally allow viewers to control his life for an entire year. The Internet television network Revision3 will air the show in which viewers can submit their suggestions and vote to decide how he would live his life. And they are not shying away from it! While a few of them want him to run a 5K, others want him to skydive or even try heroin. Good thing that Dan has laid out a few ground rules beforehand.

Check out the first episode of Dan 3.0

Dan 3.0

[via Mashable]

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