Steven, I've spent the past week feeling like I opened Dorothy's farmhouse door and stepped into Munchkinland...discovering a world I never knew existed out there.  It started with OurMedia and one thing led to the next, which led to this group and finding so many interesting people and things and ways of looking at vlogging.
I put myself in your position--just in it for the fun of it, not expecting to create anything monumental, mostly blog-type stuff, things to augment what I write in my daily journal, etc.  At 62, I'm not likely to get really very technical or do anything that would be of interest to most of the vloggers I see here, but learning all this stuff is fun for me and who knows where it will go...?
I'm curious about demographics.  It seems like the vast majority of the vloggers I've come across have been young (to me) males.  I'm curious about how many women are getting into this--and if there is anybody past the age of 50 who is finding this as intriguing as I do.
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Sent: Friday, August 19, 2005 4:09 PM
Subject: [videoblogging] group breakdown

Anyone like to share what they expect from VideoBlogging.


I’m quite new to this group, but I’ve noticed a group who are very into films, programmes and a professional level of some very good personal video creation.


I also see some (like myself) who are just in it to record what they feel like and don’t worry *too* much about the quality (not the content quality, the quality of the picture, compression and so on). Anyone want to comment?


For example, I don’t see what I know becoming anything more formal that some video version of my blog. I see something. I will record a few minutes blog it and maybe add some comment.


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