Re: [videoblogging] An introduction

Welcome,
Nice blog, I'll be following it.

Any reason why you don't have comments enabled?

You asked on your blog:

"(By the way, can anyone convince me that the convention bloggers are
producing anything of lasting interest?)"

I videoblogged the DNC convention:

http://stevegarfield.blogs.com/videoblog/

–Steve

On Aug 1, 2004, at 6:44 PM, stubie96 wrote:

> Hi all,
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> A note by way of introduction…
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> I'm a BBC journalist and blogger (www.stuhughes.co.uk), based in
> London.
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> Just over a year ago I was injured in a landmine accident in Iraq
> (read the story at
> http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/middle_east/3604659.stm and follow
> the links back). Since then I've been blogging — through text,
> audio and video — my recovery and return to work as a world
> news producer.
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> Jay invited me to join this group and I'm interested to learn from
> your vlogging work. I've experimented with vlogs from places such as
> Iran and
> Cambodia — there's an index of them at
> http://ss398.fusionbot.com/cgi-bin/ss_query?
> keys=videoblog&sitenbr=137118990
>
> As of next week I'll be blogging and vlogging from the Olympics in
> Athens.
>
> For the record I use a Sony PD150 and Panasonic NV-EX21 and edit
> with Adobe Premiere 7.
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