RE: [videoblogging] BloggerVision

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The solution for memory, space, bandwidth and cost limitations associated
w=
ith today's central streaming server architecture is to completely
decentra=
lize the distribution of the videos. Viewer PC bandwidth and storage
is in =
abundance these days and significantly underutilized. That's we're
technolo=
gies such as P2P and RSS along with self-publishing and content
management =
innovations come into play. Video blogging is archived (not
real-time) by n=
ature, which makes it ideal for P2P-based distribution. I
know you've been =
discussing BitTorrent powered RSS enclosures for video
subscription and del=
ivery – that's a great place to being experimenting. Now
imagine a push-but=
ton desktop publishing tool and global network leveraging
the efficiencies =
of P2P with the convenience of a viewer experience embedded
directly in you=
r blog. Subscribed viewers are notified of your new post,
launch your site,=
and watch the video (which has already been delivered in
the background to=
their local disk) directly in your blog post. No server
space, memory, or =
bandwidth costs whatsoever. Does that model work?

-y

—–Origi=
nal Message—–
From: Jay Dedman [mailto:jay@…]
Sent: Tuesday, June=
15, 2004 8:21 AM
To: videoblogging@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [videoblog=
ging] BloggerVision

The other problem is memory and bandwidth.
If I pos=
t a 10 second video(200k) every day, I will run out of server space
pretty=
quickly. I dont want to erase my archives.
Imagine if I had DVD quality vi=
deo….how big would that file be?

And if I have 500 people watch my video=
every day(not inconceivable), I will

run out of bandwidth within a week.
=
Peter and I are talking about renting our own server and sharing the costs
=
with
other videobloggers.

would anyone be interested?


Jay Dedman
Ma=
nhattan Neighborhood Network
537 West 59th (between 10th and 11th Ave)
NY N=
Y 10019
www.mnn.org
212 757 2670

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<p class=3DMsoNormal><font size=3D2 color=3Dnavy face=
=3DArial><span style=3D'font-size:
10.0pt;font-family:Arial;color:navy'>The=
solution for memory, space, bandwidth
and cost limitations associated with=
today’s central streaming server architecture
is to completely decen=
tralize the distribution of the videos. Viewer PC bandwidth
and storage is =
in abundance these days and significantly underutilized. That’s
we&#8=
217;re technologies such as P2P and RSS along with self-publishing and cont=
ent
management innovations come into play. Video blogging is archived (not =
real-time)
by nature, which makes it ideal for P2P-based distribution. I kn=
ow you’ve
been discussing BitTorrent powered RSS enclosures for video=
subscription and delivery
– that’s a great place to being expe=
rimenting. Now imagine a
push-button desktop publishing tool and global net=
work leveraging the efficiencies
of P2P with the convenience of a viewer ex=
perience embedded directly in your
blog. Subscribed viewers are notified of=
your new post, launch your site, and
watch the video (which has already be=
en delivered in the background to their
local disk) directly in your blog p=
ost. No server space, memory, or bandwidth
costs whatsoever. Does that mode=
l work?</span></font></p>

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0pt;font-family:Tahoma'>—–Original Message—–<br>
<b><span style=3D'fo=
nt-weight:bold'>From:</span></b> Jay Dedman
[mailto:jay@…] <br>
<b><s=
pan style=3D'font-weight:bold'>Sent:</span></b> Tuesday, June 15, 2004 8:21=

AM<br>
<b><span style=3D'font-weight:bold'>To:</span></b> videoblogging@ya=
hoogroups.com<br>
<b><span style=3D'font-weight:bold'>Subject:</span></b> R=
e: [videoblogging]
BloggerVision</span></font></p>

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=3D'margin-left:.5in'><tt><font size=3D2 face=3D"Courier New"><span
style=
=3D'font-size:10.0pt'>The other problem is memory and bandwidth.</span></fo=
nt></tt><font
size=3D2 face=3D"Courier New"><span style=3D'font-size:10.0pt=
;font-family:"Courier New"'><br>
<tt><font face=3D"Courier New">If I post a=
10 second video(200k) every day, I
will run out of server space </font></t=
t><br>
<tt><font face=3D"Courier New">pretty quickly. I dont want to erase =
my archives.</font></tt><br>
<tt><font face=3D"Courier New">Imagine if I ha=
d DVD quality video….how big
would that file be?</font></tt><br>
<br>
<tt=
><font face=3D"Courier New">And if I have 500 people watch my video every
d=
ay(not inconceivable), I will </font></tt><br>
<tt><font face=3D"Courier Ne=
w">run out of bandwidth within a week.</font></tt><br>
<tt><font face=3D"Co=
urier New">Peter and I are talking about renting our own
server and sharing=
the costs with </font></tt><br>
<tt><font face=3D"Courier New">other video=
bloggers.</font></tt><br>
<br>
<tt><font face=3D"Courier New">would anyone =
be interested?</font></tt><br>
<br>
<br>
<tt><font face=3D"Courier New">– =
</font></tt><br>
<tt><font face=3D"Courier New">Jay Dedman</font></tt><br>
=
<tt><font face=3D"Courier New">Manhattan Neighborhood Network</font></tt><b=
r>
<tt><font face=3D"Courier New">537 West 59th (between 10th and 11th Ave)=
</font></tt><br>
<tt><font face=3D"Courier New">NY NY 10019</font></tt><br>=

<tt><font face=3D"Courier New">www.mnn.org</font></tt><br>
<tt><font face=
=3D"Courier New">212 757 2670</font></tt><br>
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