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Re: [videoblogging] It's not a video blog if it's on TV

By Christopher Weagel | Christopher Weagel <humandog@...> | ronnalddd
August 22, 2004 | Post #845 | Topic #826

--Apple-Mail-1--1045986766 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset=WINDOWS-1252; format=flowed "ought to, ought to..." I have different types of video on human-dog.com, = some are vidblogs and some aren't. To me, the distinctions come during th= e creation of the video, but are still something I have a hard time pinnin= g down concretely when I reflect on it. what parameters define a vidblog = are personal. The below may work for you, but not for another. To me, ove= rly strict definitions are antithetical to this whole process. Are there b= oundaries that separate what is a vidblog and what isn't? Probably. But I= 'm not too eager to begin laying down anything approaching rules. chris = On Aug 22, 2004, at 9:21 PM, Adrian Miles wrote: > > On 22/08/2004, at 1:= 36 AM, Steve Garfield wrote: > > > > > It's just a video on a TV. > > > = > All the supporting text is gone and there's no way to comment back > to= > > the creator. > agree: > 1. computer screens are domestic spaces not= cinema screens > 2. users own their computer screens (unlike tv and cinem= a screens) > 3. video blogs need to recognise this > 4. users are time po= or > 5. users are bandwidth poor > 6. users are screen poor > > so video= blogs ought to: > be small > be short > not assume ownership of other's= screens/times/space > > cheers > Adrian Miles > .......................= .......................................... > hypertext.rmit || hypertext.r= mit.edu.au/adrian > interactive networked video || hypertext.rmit.edu.au/v= og > research blog || hypertext.rmit.edu.au/vog/vlog/ > > > > > Yahoo! Gro= ups Sponsor > > ADVERTISEMENT > <81804_0804_c_300250a.gif> > <l.gif> > > Ya= hoo! Groups Links > > =95 To visit your group on the web, go to: > http:/= /groups.yahoo.com/group/videoblogging/ > =A0 > =95 To unsubscribe from t= his group, send an email to: > videoblogging-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com > = =A0 > =95 Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to the Yahoo! Terms of >= Service. > > --Apple-Mail-1--1045986766 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/enriched; charset=WINDOWS-1252 "ought to, ought to..." I have different types of video on human-dog.com,= some are vidblogs and some aren't. To me, the distinctions come during t= he creation of the video, but are still something I have a hard time pinnin= g down concretely when I reflect on it. what parameters define a vidblog = are personal. The below may work for you, but not for another. To me, ove= rly strict definitions are antithetical to this whole process. Are there = boundaries that separate what is a vidblog and what isn't? Probably. B= ut I'm not too eager to begin laying down anything approaching rules. chr= is On Aug 22, 2004, at 9:21 PM, Adrian Miles wrote: <excerpt> <fixed>= On 22/08/2004, at 1:36 AM, Steve Garfield wrote:</fixed> <fixed> ></fixe= d> <fixed> > It's just a video on a TV.</fixed> <fixed> ></fixed> <fixed= > > All the supporting text is gone and there's no way to comment back to</= fixed> <fixed> > the creator.</fixed> <fixed> agree:</fixed> <fixed> 1. = computer screens are domestic spaces not cinema screens</fixed> <fixed> 2.= users own their computer screens (unlike tv and cinema screens)</fixed> <= fixed> 3. video blogs need to recognise this</fixed> <fixed> 4. users are = time poor</fixed> <fixed> 5. users are bandwidth poor</fixed> <fixed> 6. = users are screen poor</fixed> <fixed> so video blogs ought to:</fixed> <= fixed> be small</fixed> <fixed> be short</fixed> <fixed> not assume owner= ship of other's screens/times/space</fixed> <fixed> cheers</fixed> <fixe= d> Adrian Miles</fixed> <fixed> ..........................................= .......................</fixed> <fixed> hypertext.rmit || hypertext.rmit.e= du.au/adrian</fixed> <fixed> interactive networked video || hypertext.rmit= .edu.au/vog</fixed> <fixed> research blog || hypertext.rmit.edu.au/vog/vlo= g/</fixed> <bold><color><param>0000,3333,9999</param><smaller>Yaho= o! Groups Sponsor</smaller></color></bold> <fontfamily><param>Arial</para= m><smaller><x-tad-smaller>ADVERTISEMENT</x-tad-smaller></smaller></fontfami= ly></excerpt><excerpt> <<81804_0804_c_300250a.gif> <<l.gif> <bold><smal= ler>Yahoo! Groups Links</smaller></bold> <fixed> =95 To visit your group= on the web, go to:</fixed> <fixed><color><param>0000,0000,EEEE</param>htt= p://groups.yahoo.com/group/videoblogging/</color></fixed> <fixed>=A0</fixe= d> <fixed> =95 To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:</fixed>= <fixed><color><param>0000,0000,EEEE</param>videoblogging-unsubscribe@yaho= ogroups.com</color></fixed> <fixed>=A0</fixed> <fixed> =95 Your use of = Yahoo! Groups is subject to the <color><param>0000,0000,EEEE</param>Yahoo! = Terms of Service</color>.</fixed> </excerpt> --Apple-Mail-1--1045986766--