Re: [videoblogging] Re: The Video Blogger Is Dead
- Michael Sullivan wrote:
> this is all repairable. but in order to succeed, it has to be done withoutAs I said beyond, I think this is a super idea. The more I think about
> the noise of monetization and ideally without the dependency on a company's
> product that directly requires monetization in order to sustain. for
> example, i added a comment to Clintus' post and talked about using google
> group/gmail and youtube -
> i still think mailing lists are intimate and relevant (we are talking
> one now ;) and the idea of enhancing them and leveraging them for video
> sharing seems to make sense to me (i.e. youtube links get embedded/attached
> to gmail messages now).
it, the more I like it. It perfectly answers elbows's requirement of
"If you want intimacy and certain people creating certain sorts of
just have to connect with those people, get a little momentum going, and
space which is sheltered enough to let the intimacy flourish."
> i've babbled enought for now.yeah, go and make your mailing list ;)