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Re: [videoblogging] BloggerVision

By Jay Dedman | Jay Dedman <jay@...> |
June 15, 2004 | Post #27 | Topic #12

isn't this what Bit Torrent is supposed to do? it seems too clunky to me. so today we've narrowed down the problems: --we need a simple interface that edits, optimizes, and posts video to a blog. --we need to solve the problem of storage so i can keep my archived video for years to come and have a permanent video presence on the web. --we need to solve the problem of bandwidth so I wont go broke if a bunch of people decide to follow my Moments day to day. The next thing is developing a langauge of videoblogging. > > On 16/06/2004, at 5:56 AM, Yaron Samid wrote: > > > Now imagine a push-button desktop publishing tool and global network > > leveraging the efficiencies of P2P with the convenience of a viewer > > experience embedded directly in your blog. Subscribed viewers are > > notified of your new post, launch your site, and watch the video > > (which has already been delivered in the background to their local > > disk) directly in your blog post. No server space, memory, or > > bandwidth costs whatsoever. Does that model work? > > I'm confused by this, though intrigued. > > by p2p do you mean there may be multiple copies of the vog distributed > via p2p to n clients so that when client x requests the video it is > served from client y who already has it? > > cheers > Adrian Miles -- Jay Dedman Manhattan Neighborhood Network 537 West 59th (between 10th and 11th Ave) NY NY 10019 http://www.mnn.org 212 757 2670