Agreeing to the video blogging week was a big step for me.
I've been putting my videos up for my weblog readership and friends.
I realize that the videos are out there for the whole web audience to
see, but I've never had any bandwidth issues.
Joining up for the videoblogging week opened the door to discuss issues
with video blogging.
That's why we all did it. To see what issues we'd all come up against.
I want people to watch my videos, I just don't want them to get
I guess I'd like them to get popular, but I don't want to end up with a
huge hosting bill at the end of the month.
At the end of this month I'll take a look at my bill and see how this
experiment effected my bandwidth usage.
Maybe it's not a problem. we'll see.
On Jun 27, 2004, at 12:29 PM, Lucas Gonze wrote:
> I don't understand. Why are you hosting videos if you don't want
> to watch them?
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