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  1. I hope Landlady makes it back into the setlist.
  2. I am the last living human who does not have a smart phone, so I can't do anything. ? But I deeply appreciate the efforts of those who can, especially when I am unable make it to a show that I desperately want to see -- such as the Apollo U2 event. I don't know how that person did it, but I am eternally grateful. p.s. - Based on what I'm seeing in these photos, these crazy devices appear to be quite small and undetectable.
  3. And more stuff https://www.wired.com/2016/01/best-gear-accessories-for-periscope/ I was wondering how someone live streamed an entire Radiohead concert from close to the stage, and I suspect they must have used one of these devices. Of course, some may remember that the final MSG I+E show had a fantastic Periscope feed. This person apparently went with an extra battery pack and had a seat to the side of the stage. A friend of mine who couldn't go to the show found it. He sent me the link, and I checked out the feed after I got home. I saw the show better on Periscope than I did when I was there. Too bad the video vanished after 24 hours.
  4. Here Here's another https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00E1TMDVA/ref=psdc_7161074011_t1_B0055QYIY8
  5. I just Googled camera extension devices. How about something like this? https://www.amazon.com/Looxcie-LX2-Wearable-iPhone-Android/dp/B0055QYIY8 Looks like it is discontinued, but there's probably another one out there.
  6. Periscope: https://www.pscp.tv/w/1yNGaXbDqbNKj?q=U2
  7. All of this is true. My point was merely that it is disappointing. US fans sacrificed all of the above to help thousands of fans who could not be at the shows, and I, for one, want to thank every single one of them. I am also a Radiohead fan, and I want to thank whoever gave us the most remarkable feeds during the end of their US tour. One person got one of those shows on one feed from a great vantage point, and it was a blessing for those of who desperately wanted to be there but could not go. Remember, the Periscope feed is also a special keepsake for the person who films it. The feeds no longer disappear after 24 hours. One can go back and watch them time and time again and reminisce, just as other fans do. Like many folks in this forum, I was heartbroken that I was unable to get tickets to see U2 at the Apollo. But that Periscope feed made me feel I was there to share in the experience. Words cannot express how grateful I am to that person.
  8. That's somewhat doubtful, unless they enabled their phones for use in the US. I recall lots of the feeds came from US fans.
  9. At last - Periscope! https://www.pscp.tv/pamshair/1ZkJzNYvegaJv
  10. Yes - it may not be possible. There was a spotty feed early. At least there's a great audio feed. That's definitely something to be grateful for.
  11. Not to be disrespectful, but that's stating the obvious. It's still a disappointment, especially when US fans gave all the Europeans a chance to watch the shows.
  12. It has been a big disappointment that the European audiences have not been as reliable with Periscope feeds as the US audiences were.
  13. Using the search bar on Twitter is often better to look for Periscope feeds. You hit the "latest" button, and it gives you the most recent feeds.
  14. I found this Periscope feed on Twitter, but mercifully, it ended. It was spotty. https://www.pscp.tv/w/1BdGYoqXvDNxX
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