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David Pogue, Apple's pet journalist, is best known for his gushing reviews of the Cupertino company's products as a technology columnist for the New York Times. But the newspaper is just a marketing channel for his personal brand. Pogue's more lucrative work: performing. Pogue, who began his career on Broadway before falling into fanboy journalism, often takes time off from his column to entertain floating geeks on cruise ships. (His next scheduled appearance is part of Mac Mania VII, a voyage through the Panama Canal, this November.) And, even when stuck in New York, Pogue keeps the vocal cords warm. His latest arrangement, delivered to corporate audiences: "I've got you, babe," with lyrics altered to praise mobile video and Google's Youtube. It rhymed. See the clip, after the jump, to believe.

Some may say Google overpaid, I say they got the better of the trade, so throw your HDTV aside the future is on the screen three inches wide, yey, I've got Youtube.