Something is really no right about the "Most
popular" list at Blip. I see why you said "Josh Leo rules". Some of
his vlogs are really great and maybe he does have a big following.
However, I went eight pages. There were vlogs
in there--one done in an art class--that were just dreary. Something is
messed up with the way they put those vlogs in order. They are not the
most popular. They couldn't be.
Randolfe (Randy) Wicker
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Subject: [videoblogging] Re: Most watched
If you haven't yet, check out the blip.tv blog sorted by
First". Josh Leo rules.
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Randolfe Wicker <[EMAIL PROTECTED]...>
like Blip TV's "most watched" videos list. It doesn't always
the best videos of the day (sometimes a vlog with some
causes people to check it out) but it also includes
videos that are among
the best of the day.
> I've been hoping to start some sort of
Vlog Digest. Time just
hasn't permitted me to do so--plus a lack of
tech skills. However, it
would be a great start if aggregators and
hosts like Blip TV could
compile a list of links to the "most watched"
videos every day (and
maybe compile lists of the most watched videos during
the last month
too which would sort out a lot of chaff).
This would enable us to search for vlogs that we missed. It
also give a sense of satisfaction to those vloggers who do achieve
following and multiple views over time. We certainly don't get
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