will,
http://www.musicplasma.com/ - Wow, that is too cool!
Thanks for sharing this!

I'm also curious if anyone doing anything innovative, unique to the videoblogging space in
terms of marketing and publicity.

i am always thinking up new ideas to advance this area. 
you should start a fresh thread (again?) on this topic to see new thoughts from others on this.

sull

On 11/27/05, wtrainbow <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Finding interesting content that reasonates with one's own taste is a challenge not
exclusive to videoblogging.  With the proliferation of new music out there since the home
recording revolution, it is quite a challenge to find new music that isn't mainlined to you
through MTV or corporate radio. You read reviews by reviewers whose judgement you
trust, you sample songs on iTunes, you get tips from your friends.  One model I've found
interesting is music plasma - http://www.musicplasma.com/

You type an artist and it gives you a graphical constellation of similar artists. I find it quite
useful when searching out new music in whatever the genre are exploring.

In the embryonic development of videoblogging I'm sure innovators will come along to
help organize the overwhelming amount of content.  Until then - the best buzz seems to
be word of mouth.

I'm also curious if anyone doing anything innovative, unique to the videoblogging space in
terms of marketing and publicity.  Apart from listing in the the various directories - and
link swapping, what are some of the other techniques being used? Or is marketing a dirty
word?

Will

http://www.tiny-tube.com
weird and wonderful


--- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, Adam Quirk <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> My favorite way to find films is Netflix.  Their system looks at what you
> rent and suggests films that other people like you have enjoyed, based upon
> your previous rentals and how you've rated them (stars).  I've found
> countless great films very easily this way.
>
> I'm not sure if they have written reviews.  If so, I don't care about them
> and have never read one.
>
> I assume it' a pretty complicated system, maybe even patented, but it would
> be a boon to videoblogs if it was implemented somewhere like Mefeedia.
>






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