Jerry Seinfeld has launched JerrySeinfeld.com today. The site is pretty basic, with plans to feature short clips of Jerry Seinfeld stand up comedy bits:
When I was ten years old, I started watching stand up comedians on TV.
I fell in love with them and I'm just as fascinated
with stand up comedy today.
When I started doing TV, I saved every appearance
on every show I did.
I thought it might be fun to go through all of it
and pick out three bits each day that still
amuse me for some reason or another.
I've also included stuff I'm doing now, and I'll be
adding new stuff as I go.
Somewhere out there are ten year olds
just waiting to get hooked on this strange pursuit.
This is for them.
I'm just hoping somehow it will keep this silliness going.
Today's three clips include one about horses. Tomorrow, all three clips feature horses ("A Horse Shaped Like A Hammock / Horse Rocket Power / A Horse Named Crazy Glue"). Is there a hidden meaning with all this horsing around?
Unfortunately, the site design does not include direct links to individual clips, so you can't send/share links to individual video clips. A bit of an oversight there. Geeks will enjoy the "Seinfeld" scene written by Clicker in which Kramer, Elaine, and George complain about the lack of direct links.