Re: [videoblogging] what the audio people are doing….
>Videoblogging has the exact same 'problem' =E2=80=94 it too has not embrac= ed the hypermedia nature >of the world wide web. The difference is that por= table tvs has never been widespread so people >haven't mistaken videobloggi= ng for amatuer tv yet. This is what Adrian Miles mean when he >claims that = A vog is not streaming video (this is not the reinvention of television) an= d a part of A >vog is a video blog where video in a blog must be more than = video in a blog. See, you and Adrian have spoken of this before. and I hav= e seen Adrian's videos where they're interactive...but is that it? its cool= ....but im not sure how much better this is from straight up storytelling. = id really like to see more examples of what youre talking about when you sa= y "hypermedia nature". sure many of us videobloggers are basically making = "TV"....sequential images....but its the content that's important. maybe we= just havent taken enough chances with content. everyone's a little shy and= learning, figuring out the audience..... i guess this is the question: --= are we trying to create something new in videoblogs(can we?). --or are we j= ust making the publishing and distribution open to the public in a way that= has never been possible.