YouTube was selected as the Faber Optimé preferred host for video on the 12th of November, 2007. The Faber Optimé YouTube channel (www.youtube.com/faberoptime) now attracts around 200 viewers each day.
It includes eight videos, comprising over 46 minutes of original material and has obtained over 19,000 views and more than 40 user comments, with an average rating of .
Three YouTube Playlists have also been created to expedite responses to public requests for specific themed materials. Video Optimé includes all the major Faber Optimé films; Some New Zealand Highlights comprises just those films with New Zealand thematic content and C'est Moi, has just the films featuring personal Faber Optimé appearances.
Posted 3/04/2009 11:38:00 PM, Wednesday, 4 March 2009, by Faber Optimé. Post permanently located here. Click here to email the author about this post.
To promote awareness of global issues, some effort has been given to establishing a credible MySpace presence, with considerable success.
Since mid-June last year, over 31,000 MySpacers have visited www.myspace.com/faberoptime (the map below was implemented later), availing more than 28,000 MySpace friends and eliciting over 2000 feedback comments.
Over 45,000 comments have been posted to friends' profiles, serving to both promote positive dialogue and involvement with Faber Optimé and improve awareness of nuclear disarmament as a contemporary issue.
Faber Optimé now attracts about 125 new friends from around the world each day on MySpace, that's around 900 a week.
Actively participating since the 29th of December, 2007, here's a few statistics about Faber Optimé geocaching activities. Click here if you don't know about geocaching!
As at today (the stats shown opposite may be more up to date), 130 geocaches have been found, with the 100th find on the 23rd of January, 2009. A full list of Faber Optimé geocache finds can be found here.
Six geocaches have been hidden in New Zealand, attracting 128 separate visits (109 finds, 19 did not find), with the Northland God of the Forest cache proving to be the most popular. Auckland's Cutter Dog cache was found the easiest; Northland's Look Out Waipoua! cache the hardest.
Overseas visitors have included people from Britain, Germany, the Netherlands, Australia, America, the Czech Republic, British Columbia, Nepal and Canada.