Friday’s Video Views

This week’s edition of Video Views features social media marketing myths, FourSquare (again), Google’s fave cities in 3D, Al Gore’s Current TV, and two vids that only deep-pocketed iPad owners would even consider attempting.

First up: AdWeek‘s digital editor Brian Morrissey (@bmorrissey) talks des rues de Paris (thank you Edelman) about common social media marketing myths.

Business Insider‘s @nichcarlson tweeted my attention to a Howcast video, “How To Unlock Your World With Foursquare,” all in 118 seconds.

And while we’re on the subject of the increasingly dominant (and brand marketer-worthy) location-based service, here’s a JD Lasica (@jdlasica) chat with FourSquare co-founder Dennis Crowley (@dens) shot at O’Reilly Media’s Where 2.0 Conference.

An insider’s look at Al Gore’s Current TV.

To mark Google’s movement to a 3D Web, here are the company’s favorite user-created 3D towns. (via Mashable)

And for many, these last two clips are sacrilegious (or should I say macrilegious), but fun nonetheless.