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Re: [videoblogging] Re: unmediated call for info on videoblogging digital still cameras

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  • ryanne hodson
    this is one of the real life p2p sites eli sent me: http://www.bagborroworsteal.com/ you can borrow and trade fancy handbags the service costs like 20$ a
    Message 1 of 45 , Mar 1, 2005
      this is one of the real life p2p sites eli sent me:

      http://www.bagborroworsteal.com/

      you can borrow and trade fancy handbags
      the service costs like 20$ a month.
      a little steep if you ask me.
      esp for handbags,,,,but i know some women are obsessive with these
      things (i just buy really cheap ones, a lot)


      On Tue, 1 Mar 2005 12:22:04 -0500, ryanne hodson
      <ryanne.hodson@...> wrote:
      > ok yeah
      > lets start talking about how this is possible
      > eli just told me about these real life p2p sharing sites
      > where you trade/share your stuff.
      > like real stuff.
      > like handbags.
      > the only prob i see is that shipping costs money
      > and i want this to be as free as possible
      > esp because we are trying to give these things to people who can't afford them
      > etc etc
      > maybe we can get sponsored for a project like this.
      > and maybe that sponsor could also throw in some cams (like sony,
      > cannon, whoever)
      >
      >
      > On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 03:53:58 -0000, Eli Chapman
      > <opensourcefood@...> wrote:
      > >
      > >
      > > ryanne hodson wrote:
      > > > this gives me an idea...
      > > > maybe we need to start up a collection of old, but still good,
      > > usable
      > > > cams, dig and analog
      > > > to donate to people who want to start vlogging.
      > > > esp people in places far away and those who can't afford new ones
      > > >
      > > > what say you?
      > >
      > > I say hoo-freaking-yay!
      > >
      > > We need:
      > > 1. The list of recommended cameras
      > > 2. The pool of donated cameras and a system for sharing them
      > > 3. An aggregated pool for $$$ donations for those that want to sponsor
      > > a videoblogger and help us buy used recommended cameras and share
      > > them
      > >
      > > Anything else?
      > >
      > > -eli
      > >
      > >
      > > Yahoo! Groups Links
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > >
      >
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    • R. Kristiansen
      Hello Drazen, all, Thank you Drazen for your suggestions. I will take this up with our Serbian friends. But in this case: The head office of GOS / GSS in
      Message 45 of 45 , Mar 2, 2005
        Hello Drazen, all,

        Thank you Drazen for your suggestions. I will take this up with our
        Serbian friends. But in this case: The head office of GOS / GSS in
        Belgrade has a decent dsl/"broadband" connection. At least the
        political activists in Belgrade then could upload things to say
        ourmedia.org and link to the files directly from their blog/homepage.

        When it comes to more farout places like Jagodina (where I spend days
        when I went to Serbia last time in November) or Zajecar in east
        Serbia, I agree that an alliance with local TV stations is a good
        thing. However, for instance in Jagodina, the situation is that
        Markovic 'Palma' is Mayor (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jagodina). He
        somewhat controls the content on the TV stations. In fact I think he
        owns a few of them. Anyway, it's a great idea to have a hybrid, and we
        are thinking something similar here in Norway - to get a major
        mainstream TV station to buy a license from us to be able to use our
        videos in a profit manner (we will otherwise use a non-profit Creative
        Commons license).

        We also need to find volunteers in Serbia or abroad who are bilingual
        and are fast typists that can work volunteer as translators for us for
        some time.

        best,

        Raymond
        http://dltq.blogs.com

        On Wed, 02 Mar 2005 17:59:08 -0000, Drazen Pantic <zen2dra@...> wrote:
        >
        > Raymond
        >
        > Sorry for tight schedule on Vloggercon - I had couple of meetings
        > scheduled ahead of time. Obviously I am more then interested in your
        > video blogging work in Serbia and broader ...
        >
        > The problem there might be that people do not have resources:
        > broadband has just been introduced as a commercial service last month,
        > cameras are not that wide-spread. So, obvious danger is that only
        > urban elite will be able to participate in video blogging...
        >
        > An interesting approach might be to ally with local TV stations. There
        > are hundreds of such in Serbia and they usually consist of 2-3 people
        > with some equipment and a frequency for the local broadcast. How
        > about is asking them to help people post video and then send clips to
        > video blog and air some of the material via conventional TV
        > distribution. Such a (video)bog/TV hybrid might be very interesting
        > and
        > functional there ...
        >
        > Cheers
        > D
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