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Videoblogging manual forum or wiki?

By Michael Manoochehri | "Michael Manoochehri" <michael@...> | mr_dont2001
November 22, 2004 | Post #1918 | Topic #1896

Perhaps we should create an online manual that everybody can add their knowledge to - maybe on videoblogging.info? We can post what we know as comments on a blog, or a forum, or even better use a web page that everybody can edit and add to - (these are known on the web as wikis!) Is there already something like this running somewhere? Maybe I can set up a videoblogging manual or wiki, then after a while, we can take the responses and make a PDF or, um eBook for people who want it in that format? - Michael > I too would appreciate a step-by-step manual > (downloadable ebook) or demonstration videoblog. > A mock vlog with glossary terms for each component. > And a service guide to various videoblogging host and > tools thats categoried by end users skill level(beginner, immediary, > guru). Also, with the ebook manual you > include practice exercises to help get beginners up > and running. > > Other suggestions: > Video capturing equipment guide > Listing videophones, digicams and webcams > that are ideal for videoblogging(mp4 vs avi format) > > Also, indicate if videoblogging services and tools > are free or not. > > If someone could provide the content, I be happily > willing to assemble it. It would be great marketing > tool to recruit new members. > > > > Subject: Re: I laugh.. Ha Ha! > > Don't worry Clueless, I think everybody here is trying to figure stuff > out. But you are right, ok, one thing at a time. Relax! Posting videos > is fun. However, I do think (and I am a heavy-duty techie) that video > blogging is too hard to do for the non-tech. What I think really needs > to be figured out, so we can tell new folks, non-techs, and even the > press is probably: > > (a) "best format to post with" (some thing that EVERYBODY can > use/watch) > (b) A place to get started to easily post stuff (maybe > http://vblogcenteral or something) > (c) Explainations of simple jargon like: TrackBack and what a news feed > is. > > > > > > > > > > > > Yahoo! Groups Links > > To visit your group on the web, go > to:http://groups.yahoo.com/group/videoblogging/ > To unsubscribe from this group, send an email > to:videoblogging-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com > Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to the Yahoo! Terms of Service. > > > > > > > > > > > -- Michael Manoochehri michael@... http://www.mrsodaoverload.com/michael