Friday’s Video Views

This week’s edition of Video Views features Robert Gibbs, Chris Brogan, Pete Cashmore, Google Chrome and some very high Boston social media flyers.

White House press poobah Robert Gibbs banters on what defines a “press conference (aka “presser”) (via @prnewser via @mediaite):

Here’s a series showing 22 minutes of social media wisdom from Chris Brogan (w/ SAS’s Deb Orton):

Brogan: on Making Social Media Happen in Your Company:

And the final two videos in the series — SM for marketers and SM measurement — can be found here.

This is a video that achieved some virality among the geek crowd this week. It’s Google’s attempt to show how fast its Chrome browser loads, literally and figuratively, e.g., “faster than a speeding potato.”

Mashable founder Pete Cashmore took to Bloomberg TV to explain the significance of the “open web,” pegged naturally to Facebook’s much-ballyhooed Open Graph initiative:

Finally, my left coast buddy Eric Schwartzman shared this video clip showing he and some of his Beantown-based social media pals on a “Marine Week” aerial tour of Boston aboard Boeing’s V22 Osprey helicopter. Included in the fly-over were David Meerman Scott, C.C. Chapman, Steve Garfield, Todd Van Hoosear and Doug Haslam (via @spinfluencer aka Eric Schwartzman.
Here’s Steve Garfield’s video take.