Fwd: Re: Help Request. Videoing this month's presentation.
- Hi Futurists,
Stumbled over my own trick, my email to Troy should
have gone out to the everyone, but I didn't change the
reply to the group.
Still, since we changed that setting, that the reply
goes to the original sender, we didn't get any private
emails posted anymore. How many we have missed is only
The important information for everyone is, that
ibiblio.org is offering to host large content, as long
as it is not for profit. So now is the time to start
your dream video blog, and we can get a library of our
Friday sessions together, if the speakers are O.K.
with it and it is not distracting.
All the best, Mark.
--- Troy Gardner <thegreyman@...> wrote:
> Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2003 14:13:08 -0800 (PST)__________________________________
> From: Troy Gardner <thegreyman@...>
> Subject: Re: Help Request. Videoing this month's
> To: markfinnern <markfinnern@...>
> Wayne Said:
> > I'm happy to video tape it, but I don't own a
> Mark Said:
> > I have organized a camera, may be we will have
> someone in the
> > audience to be the camera man/woman, otherwise I
> just put it on a
> > tripod and let it run.
> Seems we have a match! I would really appreciate it.
> Do we have a tripod?
> > I met Fred Stutzman from www.ibilio.org which is a
> public digital
> > archive and as long as the content is not for
> commerce, which in our
> > case it isn't, they are happy to host and provide
> the bandwidth for
> > the videos we shoot. Which opens up the
> possibility to have a video
> > archive of our future events.
> Wow! Groovey.
> > But there is also a downside, people are holding
> back once they know
> > that they are taped for eternity. There also will
> be less dialog,
> > because the events will be more geared towards
> camera where
> > presentation style is best.
> I wouldn't want that. The camera should not
> overshadow the live aspect as
> that's what keeps the futurist our still small
> community alive. Net/digital is
> supposed to augment and facilitate not compete. I
> don't want to make speakers
> feel nervous about being recorded (which we probably
> have to get permission
> I would recommend it be setup in the back, around
> the same position of the
> attendees heads, checked for the audio, sit down and
> let it run, making sure to
> swap tapes between speakers if it can't hold the
> whole thing.
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