Re: [videoblogging] what the audio people are doing….
On 19/10/2004, at 2:49 AM, Jay dedman wrote: > See, you and Adrian have spoken of this before. > and I have 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 say "hypermedia nature". well, i'm not a story teller so i'm hoping someone else will realise that in QT you can author just like in Flash, and go, "whoa, that rocks" and make something that all us look at and go, "whoa, now i get it". I have ideas, I suck at story telling. > > 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..... no and no and no :-) blogs are not newspapers by another name. First big blog paradigm: personal publishing *systems*. Second big blog paradigm that we're in the middle of: syndication. This means: 1. bits are small enough to chunk 2. chunks can be rejooined in multiple orders (i link to your post and your post and your post - to your *posts* not your *blog*). 3. they can be aggregated in any way you can imagine (custom feeds, custom aggregations) that's the head space of the network and we need video that fits that head space. cheers Adrian Miles +++++++++++++++++++++ http://hypertext.rmit.edu.au/vog/vlog/