Re: [videoblogging] Re: you keep the file that you want to share using BitTorrent

This gets to the heart of what's different. Both kinds of video are a
kind of discourse. But commentary or story-telling is very different
from conversational discourse. Conversation generally involves two
people or more and is indicated by information exchange in a topical
manner. But in much smaller chunks than commentary (which also implies
some sort of audience participant).

Plus, one of the great things about vlogging is that it can be mixed
or multimodal in terms of combining textual elements with video.

On Tue, 19 Oct 2004 10:47:46 -0400, Jay dedman <jay.dedman@…> wrote:
> >> so i think Adrian and andreas are talking about right
> >> NOW…videoblogs/vogs/vlogs/vblogs are just a fun way to experiment.
> >> but some of us are practicing for when we can co-opt the TV experience.
> >nah, isn't a videblog then 🙂 it's community or access tv.
> >blogs don't want to be books or newspapers, neither will videoblgos. if
> >you want a generic guider, tv advertisements. What compelling story can
> >you tell in 30 seconds?
> This is really interesting…because what Adrian is saying is really
> the core of the issue.
> short and simple is fine…but to me, a videoblog has to mean something.
> just like a text blog must give me something.
> thats why i love the idea of video comments.
> the videos can be very short…but they are part of a conversation.
> Id really like to get video comments to work becasue theyre really
> arent enough conversations going on.
> I end up making each of my videoblogs very self-contained.
> difficult to keep it under 30 seconds for it to have any meaning.
> "blogs dont want to be newspaper. videoblogs dont want to be TV."
> see, here is where I tilt my head.
> "Newspaper" and "TV" are just a delivery devices.
> what they deliver are Moments and stories.
> Moments and Stories are not specific to these devices.
> Moments and Stories can be anywhere.
> I find them in blogs.
> Id like to find them in videoblogs.
> Ill sit for 1-3 minutes if its a good Moment or Story.
> Storytelling. Momentshowing.
> this is ancient stuff we're talking about here.
> what text blogs and videoblogs do is not follow any real rules of presentation.
> there is no restriction of content.
> there is no censorship of voice.
> what it also allows is CONVERSATIONS…which newspapers and TV do not.
> also, blogs and videoblogs allow anyone on the planet to join the conversation.
> videoblogs allow the most powerful access of all: faces and voices.
> getting people we never see in here to make videoblogs is very important.
> Im not sure how to get these people to join the conversation.
> >To me, content is less important.
> > I believe there are a million creative people out there who can make
> >great videos! That will happen and people will watch if we can make it
> >easier to publish and distribute video in this format.
> Josh is very correct here….
> the developers still need to make the creation and distribution easier
> and fuller.
> But those of us creating videoblogs need to push the stories and moments.
> Be examples.
> i think we're past the point of "wow, this is a videoblog".
> videobloggers got to stop being shy and push it.
> take advantage of the complete freedom we have.
> Yahoo! Groups Links

Lisa Harper