Article on videoblogging in New England Film
- Check out the article on vlogging I co-wrote with David Tames.
It's at at NEFilm, Media Revolution: Podcasting (Part 2):
"In the beginning there was the blog
Web video has been with us since the first cro-magnons figured out how
to put video on a web page. Those videos were on static pages and hard
to find. The recent popularity of video on the web has come about
because of the synergy between blogs, video hosting services (e.g.
blip.tv and YouTube), portable media devices that play video, and high
speed internet connections in the home. Now each video has a permanent
address that others can reference and a distribution method that makes
the videos easy to acquire by a large percentage of internet users.
With video as portable and personal as music has been, things are set
to take off."
Cro-magnons making videoblogs.
That's funny stuff.
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