Re: 150 – Group Tipping Point?
sounds like you're talking about a forum, stephanie. that's a really good idea. yahoo groups are great for small groups but not so great for large ones. a forum structure would be very beneficial. also, every forum i've ever been on always has a social thread for off topic fun. it's important here to keep a lid on the socializing because of the structure of yahoo groups but i think it's important to be able to relax and get to know one another socially as well. anne http://8bitme.blogspot.com http://nopractice.blogspot.com --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Stephanie Bryant <mortaine@g...> wrote: > Chris, dude.... everyone on this list is a narcissist, to one degree or another. > > Anyway, some possible sub-groups that could evolve out of this one: > > 1) Vlogger-newbies: Make sure a core handful of "old-timers" spanning > a broad range of technical expertise stay in the group and keep their > eyes open to questions and help people out. > > 2) Vlogger-politics: Vlogs in the political sphere > > 3) Vlogger-press: Vlogs in their relationships with press/mass-media > (ex: Cheryl's Hollywood insider types of vlogs, but also the Vlogging > Press Kit) > > 4) Vlogger-legal: Legal issues/wrangles relating to vlogging (ex: a > site reusing or distributing your work without permission or site > hits, CC discussion, litigation, legislation, etc.) > > 5) Vlogger-tech: Talking about changes in technology, bleeding edge, etc. > > 6) Vlogger-compose: Discussion of the non-technical part of vlogs: > public speaking, composition of the shot and the video, editing > choices, movie length, etc. > > 7) Vlogger-chat: Side BS that has not much to do with vlogging, but is > interesting nonetheless. > > And a possible 8th: Vlogger-reviews: People post commentary about the > vlogs they're watching, or reviews of vlogs, just as long as it > doesn't become a critique group or a recurring "OMG, Verdi is teh > bestest!!!" (i.e., re-reviewing the same vlogs over and over and > over). I think a 9th would eventually evolve, but probably not be > called vlogger-, but rather "cellvlogging" for the video-camera-phone > vloggers. > > --Stephanie