Re: [videoblogging] yo vloggers, greetings from Bombay!
- Glad you found us, Rohit. ... looking forward to seeing your vlog
entries. To be sure the folks on this list will give you plenty of
...And still the artists manage to keep a balanced ration with the
engineers in this group. :-)
On Tue, 1 Feb 2005 14:57:26 +0530, Rohit Gupta <fadereu@...> wrote:
> Hey People,
> Thanks for letting me in -
> I'm a blogger/writer based in Bombay, and I run seven blogs, but I'll
> mention three here.
> 1. Sea Eat: http://tsunamihelp.blogspot.com ( four Bloggie
> nominations, including blog of the year) more than 2 million hits.
> 2. CSF: http://desimediabitch.blogspot.com (birthplace of SMS
> journalism) , mentioned in NYT, Guardian, BBC etc. more than 200K
> 3. The latest blog is http://algomantra.blogspot.com - those of you
> who would like to join this open source festival and vlog it are
> We're planning to get heavy into video blogging but we have several
> bandwidth and format issues. We are wondering what the best
> distribution platform is - P2P, streaming...can't decide. And it has
> to be FREE. I'll write with technical details next time, and I hope
> some of you will be kind enough to help me out.
> I also invite any of you who would like to join CSF as contributors,
> who will videoblog when they feel like in our community. We are a
> pretty big community ( 23 Admins and growing)
> More about me is at the signature link. I leave you with this flash
> video that blew my mind....
> Rohit Gupta
> +91 98191 07418
> Yahoo! Groups Links
- Hello Rohit,
Glad you made it to this list! It is an honor for me that you are
among us. I really like your projects.
Just a few short comments for now:
http://www.ourmedia.org will open its doors soon. It promises free
bandwidth and free server space. and it will be free. totally free.
many of the people behind it are on this mailing list. check out the
website. what do you think?
vlogging can be SO big in India. I have a friend in Nepal too that we
want to get to vlogging. True vlogging journalism worldwide. Outside
the system where you have to pass through some editors who think
target group and maybe $ before you can post your material to an
video online is awesome. this place is a good place for discussion
about Concrete projects, tools, etc as well as general thoughts about
vlogging as a medium.
if you are on a mac check out http://www.antnottv.org if not on mac
check out http://www.me-tv.com in either case.
On Tue, 01 Feb 2005 21:40:49 +1100, Mat <mat@...> wrote:
> yay!! we have a bombay blogger on the list!!
> i want to see india vlogged now. how can we help?
- Hi, Rohit, I'm glad to see a "fellow" Indian on the list. No, I'm not
actually, but I went to Woodstock School in Mussoorie and a bunch of
my classmates live in Mumbai. I would love to see video of India
besides what I shot myself last November.