Re: [videoblogging] Bland Turd here

> This Amanda from Rocketboom aka bland turd… what's
> up shannon 😉

much. I'm taking a break from a ten day Vipassana meditation retreat.

> h=
ow you feeling today?

I'm feeling good. The air is brisk and clean. It is =
a windy November day.

> In a good mood? Cool.

Certainly. Cool of you to =

> Anyway, thanks for all the feedback everyone. It's really been
> i=
nteresting, and some of it very constructive.


> some of it is writt=
en by Josh. And a little by me. Like many shows
> (notice I use the word "=
shows" and not vlogs), Rocketboom is a
> collection of voices, which is wha=
t I think makes it unique as a vlog.
> It is a show. A show on the internet=
. Call it TV or whatever you want. Does
> the label matter that much?

I m=
ust say that I was never angry. My private sense of humor is not as
facund =
as it pretends to be. The intent was not to strike out personally at
any on=
e person as much as I was commenting on an idea (the idea of what
m says it is and what it really is) that I perceived as having
blown by wit=
h little scrutiny. So I applied my own theatrical turd and
dropped it on th=
e list. It seems to have provided a significant amount of
response. I don't=
think Rocketboom would have received so much undeserved
attention without =
it. Admittedly a bit harsh for this list, I only meant to
incite a grander =
response though I've not seen that yet. I can appreciate
the efforts of the=
Rocketboom project but what I still see is something
banal (art school cli=
ch=E9 meaning boring, ordinary, not original). Like you
said, its "a show o=
n the internet", and that's all. This is not to say that
it could evolve an=
d become otherwise. TV for the net. As far as labeling I
would respond by s=
aying give me a concrete semantic to identify it with so
that we can have a=
common language to articulate this subject. Not that big
of a deal. Back t=
o my retreat.

Oh yes. I've created my own alternative approach example for=
a Rocketboom