This is just a fun video (and after the last couple, I need a FUN video!). GMail asks their users to show them what happens to a GMail once you click send. A great mashup of videos.
Last month, we invited you to join the Gmail collaborative video, pull out your video cameras and help us imagine how an email message travels around the world. Two Rubik’s cubes, a few jaunts in a bottle, beautiful sand animation, and one dog’s trip to the Southernmost point of the continental US later, we’d received more than 1,100 fantastic clips from Gmail fans from more than 65 countries. It was impossible to fit all of the great submissions into one cut, but after hours of fun watching jugglers, firemen, camel-riders, and original animation, we edited highlights together into this video and used the Google Maps API to put together a map showing where many of the clips came from (you can also see these at http://mail.google.com/mvideo):