Re: [videoblogging] Re: Un-lurking and a general introduction
i've been paying attention ever since jay dedman showed me
your site last summer when i was collecting good vlog sites
also, this could be an interesting project to follow with some of the
new alanytics tools -- i ran into tubemogul this week i'll check in with
On 8/31/07, David Howell <taoofdavid@...> wrote:
> Hey ya Milt,
> Go to see you come out of lurking. Also good to see another indigenous
> person creating video. Mohawk from Akwesasne (living in Minnesota) myself.
> Meegwetch :)
> --- In email@example.com <videoblogging%40yahoogroups.com>,
> "Milt Lee" <milt@...> wrote:
> > Hi Folks!
> > I wanted to send a short post letting you know about what we've been
> > doing and what I am working on now. I've been vlogging since 2004, my
> > vlog is http://realrez.com Mostly what we (my wife Jamie and I) have
> > done has been in Indian Country. I'm a member of the Cheyenne River
> > Sioux Tribe in South Dakota, and been a producer for the past 30
> > years. I occasionally contribute to Rocketboom, Minnesota Stories,
> > and have just started posting stuff on YouTube, BlipTV and all.
> > The reason I'm writing today is that we are starting a peace project
> > called The Bead People. You can see my first piece about it at
> > http://thebeadpeople.org I'm also posting it on every video sharing
> > site I can find because I really want to spread the word. The Bead
> > People came into being after Jamie wrote a book about The Wind of A
> > Thousand Years (http://thebeadpeople.org/wind.html) Originally it was
> > in a novel that she wrote, but then after she had been making bead
> > people for a couple of years, she realized that she was making - what
> > the story was about, so she put it in a separate book, and now we are
> > out telling people that even though we are all different, we are
> > really all the same.
> > You can find out more about us, and our work at my blog, or Jamie's
> > site - http://jamieleeonline.com I hope you will explore the bead
> > people - they are pretty fun.
> > Milt Lee
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