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Re: [videoblogging] Digest Number 150

By Jay dedman | Jay dedman <jay.dedman@...> | kinshasa2000
November 9, 2004 | Post #1691 | Topic #1674

> > 1. invite a theme and let everyone do an entry in response to that > > theme, and then aggregate/collate/appropriate them. > > 2. someone makes something, posts it, then someone makes something > > thatq responds in some manner, and so on. > > I think both of these would be ideal ways to start gelling a community of > users rather than just random pieces handing out there. > > A variation of #2 would be a "question of the day" with responses threaded > together. hey felicia-- we actually tried a thing called "video comments" to encourage community videoblogging. threaded discussions as you mention. collaborative storytelling.... but i think the project stalled a little. technical issues. i agree that right now..all of our video is kind of all over the place. to work together we need to develop a system that can handle our video at once. i know we'd have some amzingly crazy video conversations. The "we're so sorry" website accepts photos which is easy to store. video takes up a lot of space. how would this "question of the day/week" work? anyone have any ideas? andreas, how would the upload/storage work on videoblogging.info? Jay ps...everyone downloiad this new tool: http://creativecommons.org/weblog/entry/4507 im now uploading all my video to the Internet Archove.. free storage and bandwdith baby...