Jay invited me to join and post some details so here goes:
I'm a video producer and have been playing around with videoblogging for about two
years. I started with pMachine and posted a few videos then got frustrated with the
process of shoot, edit, upload, post, etc. So I eliminated a few aspects and just posted
short public domain clips and had people "script" these. This was fun but still, not
"immediate" enough. Check out v1 here

V2 ( is my next experiment and I'm now using ExpressionEngine
and a Nokia 3650. So it's videomoblogging or movideoblogging – whatever, much easier
now (I can even edit in-camera sort of).

The aspect that's difficult for me is not technical, but more of a philosophical one. It seems
to me that to be a good blogger, one needs to get quite personal. I was hoping to be
anonymous which is counter to the whole blog thing.

I like the moblog thing very much as it has immediacy. I don't type much though on the
tiny keyboard. Short descriptions are killer- even with predictive text!

I think the future of VideoBlogging is with phones. Although ones with a LOT better
resolution than my 3650.

Glad to meet you all.

Producer Titan (aka Perry Lawrence)