Re: [videoblogging] It's not a video blog if it's on TV

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"ought to, ought to…"

I have different types of video on human-dog.com, =
some are vidblogs and
some aren't.

To me, the distinctions come during th=
e creation of the video, but are
still something I have a hard time pinnin=
g down concretely when I
reflect on it.

what parameters define a vidblog =
are personal. The below may work for
you, but not for another.

To me, ove=
rly strict definitions are antithetical to this whole process.

Are there b=
oundaries that separate what is a vidblog and what isn't?

Probably.

But I=
'm not too eager to begin laying down anything approaching rules.

chris

=
On Aug 22, 2004, at 9:21 PM, Adrian Miles wrote:

>
> On 22/08/2004, at 1:=
36 AM, Steve Garfield wrote:
>
> >
> > It's just a video on a TV.
> >
> =
> All the supporting text is gone and there's no way to comment back
> to=

> > the creator.
> agree:
> 1. computer screens are domestic spaces not=
cinema screens
> 2. users own their computer screens (unlike tv and cinem=
a screens)
> 3. video blogs need to recognise this
> 4. users are time po=
or
> 5. users are bandwidth poor
> 6. users are screen poor
>
> so video=
blogs ought to:
> be small
> be short
> not assume ownership of other's=
screens/times/space
>
> cheers
> Adrian Miles
> …………………..=
……………………………………
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"ought to, ought to…"

I have different types of video on human-dog.com,=
some are vidblogs
and some aren't.

To me, the distinctions come during t=
he creation of the video, but are
still something I have a hard time pinnin=
g down concretely when I
reflect on it.

what parameters define a vidblog =
are personal. The below may work for
you, but not for another.

To me, ove=
rly strict definitions are antithetical to this whole
process.

Are there =
boundaries that separate what is a vidblog and what isn't?

Probably.

B=
ut I'm not too eager to begin laying down anything approaching rules.

chr=
is

On Aug 22, 2004, at 9:21 PM, Adrian Miles wrote:

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<fixed> > the creator.</fixed>

<fixed> agree:</fixed>

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<fixed> 4. users are =
time poor</fixed>

<fixed> 5. users are bandwidth poor</fixed>

<fixed> 6. =
users are screen poor</fixed>

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<fixed> be short</fixed>

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