Re: [videoblogging] How do you find vlogs in another language?
- actually, jen, you can do that. you can search episodes or shows in
this one is for shows/episodes in spanish.
On Sat, May 3, 2008 at 1:43 PM, Jen Simmons <jensimmons@...> wrote:
> It'd be interesting if Blip.tv provided a way to find shows by
> language or geography.
> On Apr 23, 2008, at 5:04 AM, Raymond M. Kristiansen wrote:
> > Hey all,
> > In the months leading up to the VlogEurope 2008 conference in
> > Budapest (Oct
> > 18.-19.), one of the main topics I will be looking at myself will be
> > "findability". I have written about this in an European context here:
> > How do you find videoblogs from around the world, or the country
> > next-door?
> > A few years ago, VlogMap (www.vlogmap.org) was really useful, but it
> > has
> > since turned out not to be that useful because - well - the database
> > is not
> > very populated. Searching for "Finland" or "Hungary" on Youtube,
> > Dailymotion, Blip, etc doesnt help much either.
> > A few years ago, in connection with his presentation at Reboot 7,
> > Loic Le
> > Meur started this wiki for European blogging which I have consulted
> > now and
> > then:
> > http://www.eu.socialtext.net/loicwiki/index.cgi?the_european_blogosphere
> > -
> > it always helps to have a few first sites in your target language to
> > look at
> > first.
> > If you are travelling to Peru and want to see if there are
> > videobloggers
> > from Peru active - how would you personally go about finding them?
> > Best regards,
> > Raymond M. Kristiansen
> > www.dltq.org
> > <http://www.vlogeurope.com/>
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