Live Internet Video
- Jon Udell, noted social media innovator, just interviewed me for his
Strategies for Internet citizens" blog:
about how I'm using interactive video to train tradespeople and
homeowners in how to care for their older and historic buildings.
by hammer and hand great works do stand
by cam and light he shoots it right
- This is a great article John, It is giving me addition ideas about
presenting information and expanding the use of video in all forms of
One of the other great things about what you do is that it is a form
of technique preservation. There is an Archivist somewhere down the
road who will be delighted to find your videos. Or a DIY person who
has the book but it clicks when they see how you did it.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "johnleeke" <johnleeke@...> wrote:
> Jon Udell, noted social media innovator, just interviewed me for his
> Strategies for Internet citizens" blog:
> about how I'm using interactive video to train tradespeople and
> homeowners in how to care for their older and historic buildings.
> by hammer and hand great works do stand
> by cam and light he shoots it right
- Gena Writes:
>>a form of technique preservation.<<Yes, after each FlashMeeting session I catalog and index the sections
and ideas on a webpage
and link directly to those sections within the video recording. Then
the search engines can bring visitors to the page where they find the
link to the video they need.
Most of the recorded video sessions are viewed by 5,000 to 10,000
people within a few or several months. One of the sessions has been
viewed 29,000 times. Here is a "live map"
that shows the location of viewers, on every continent in the world
except Antarctica !