Videos from celebration delayed

Sorry for the delay with celebration video clips that were supposed to be on YouTube yesterday. As soon as we receive them from celebration organisers, we`ll upload them and let you know.

Sincere apologies!


9 Responses to “Videos from celebration delayed”

  1. 1 akablay anthony July 6, 2009 at 9:36 AM

    will like to paticipate in the next event how do i get there

    • 2 tobreatheasone July 6, 2009 at 10:34 AM

      Would you like to just be a spectator or sing and dance by yourself?
      If a spectator – buy a ticket and book a hotel.
      If performer – contact Estonian song and dance celebration organizers:

    • 3 Aygun May 15, 2013 at 9:27 PM

      Hey Rob.I was also interested in rierstgeing an Estonian domain but don’t have or know anyone with a local presence. Did you come across an domain registrars which had someone in Estonia and could offer the administrative contact?Thanks for letting us know your experience.

    • 4 pikqdlcxjnk May 20, 2013 at 12:17 AM

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    • 5 Teige October 18, 2013 at 1:16 PM


    • 6 Alai November 7, 2013 at 10:12 AM

      To understand the full maitgnude of what transpired under Soviet occupation is nearly impossible in nations that have always been free.But imagine first, 15% of your population killed outright or transported to slow death in Arctic gulags. For the USA, that would be roughly 50 million victims, including all the intelligentsia or anyone who might lead a rebellion against the new overlords, including church officials, police constables, public school teachers, even scout and guide leaders. Next imagine a police state for the survivors with a vast spy network to suss out any disloyalty to the state, penetrating even into one’s own family at times, so no one can trust any individual. Imagine no freedom of movement from city to city without proper papers, forced streaming into certain university studies and/or jobs needed by the invading state, and finally, massive movement of their people onto your territory where they are privileged with better housing, schooling etc. (This part should be easier for Americans to imagine).Also imagine being forced to learn and speak Russian instead of English in all public venues and with your culture ruthlessly suppressed. Imagine hiding the stars and stripes under floor boards where if discovered, the penalty is imprisonment. How do you keep hope of renewed freedom alive for decades while the world forgets you?Imagine it if you can.

  2. 7 akablay anthony July 6, 2009 at 9:37 AM

    will like to paticipate and how do i go about it?

    • 8 Jaan July 7, 2009 at 11:46 AM

      If you’d like to participate, contact The Estonian Song and Dance Celebration Foundation: Mrs Aet Maatee,, and Mrs Ave Sopp,
      They will give you further information. If you do not get any infomation from them, let us know and we’ll find you a new contact person.
      See you in Estonia next time!

    • 9 Erland May 17, 2013 at 10:16 AM

      Congrats on the last two Chrome dev releases – they haven’t caesud BSODs on my XP Pro box yet (knock on wood).I’d still strongly suggest adding an option (command-line or in the options dialog) to disable dragging out tabs into separate windows. It seems WAY too easy to drag out a tab into a window, especially when running Chrome in a Remote Desktop session. It’s quite a nuisance in that situation. Thanks for all the great work! 🙂

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