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Re: [videoblogging] Vblog content

By Adrian Miles | Adrian Miles <adrian.miles@...> | adrianlmiles
November 8, 2004 | Post #1681 | Topic #1652

On 09/11/2004, at 3:57 AM, Jay dedman wrote: > so what my point? > i bet videoblogging would benefit from regular, formatted "shows". > but i bet people in this group will bristle to this idea. > and I like that my videoblog is kind of all over then place. > as more poeple join, and tools become easier, some poeple will > probbaly do just this and probably get pretty popular. <bristle on> yep. don't call thtat video blogging. call it community access net tv. or something. but not video blogging. it's a blog. personal, multivocal, idiosyncratic, did i say personal? if you want audience, serialisation, and 'shows' go for it, use syndication. i think using aggregation to achieve this is 1000% more interesting than centralising which is what the above sort of models. blogs work because they're decnetralised. why reintroduce old media structures into a distributed network that works because *all* bits are distributed? this is where the rss/aggregation stuff is critical. imagine we all made a 60 second bit called "Christmas" and then aggregated that. that's a show. that's a new sort of show and that is what we ought to be worrying about cheers Adrian Miles +++++++++++++++++++++ http://hypertext.rmit.edu.au/vog/vlog/