I think taping yourself expressing some of the thoughts you wrote in this post to the list would make a great 100th post.
Or a variation----doing a voiceover of some of the thoughts in this post along w/snippets of meaningful videos from your last 99 videos. --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Susan" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > I don't know if I'll get a lot of responses to this post, though that > would be nice; but I'm just overflowing with "stuff" that I'd love to > share with you all. > > Jonny--I can't tell you how tickled I was a month ago when Markus sent > me a link to that mp3 of audio of when you gave the presentation in > New York City. Here's an art project for kids I did, you said--and > here's a lady in Texas who saw my vlog and did the project. That was > completely awesome. > > Something similar happened to me this morning. Yesterday's vlog post > (and yes, I am still posting a new vid daily) was a little bit about > me being frustrated, and excited at the same time, and wanting to > teach more parents about videoblogging. Of all people, my > mother-in-law (the one who was in that vid I did plugging FireANT) saw > the video, and is going to talk to a woman she knows about me teaching > videoblogging on the weekends I go down to San Antonio and visit > node101, hopefully once a month. So another gap has been bridged > thanks to these vids. > > I gave my first presentation at the Apple store here in Plano, TX last > Saturday, and I haven't talked to many of you here about it. Before I > ever gave the presentation, the lead instructor at the store told me > that he wanted me to present once a month, and to pick dates for the > next couple months. The presentation itself went 98% smoothly. > Besides the fact that I don't own a mac and got mac-lost a few times, > that was 1%, and the fellow who said he would come to tape the > presentation (sin tape, of course) for me, he didn't show up, so that > was another 1% down. But the presentation itself went awesome, and I > had a captive audience, and I think I may have even made one mom > almost cry with one of my videos (no, I haven't posted that one on my > vlog yet--it will probably be Christmas Eve or Christmas Day post). > The Apple guys were very very nice to me, and they were thrilled with > my presentation, and seem very eager for me to come back in January. > > I really wanted to have the presentation taped--that would have been > my next half-dozen-or-so vlog posts, excerpts from that--but maybe > next month. In the meantime, I have taken so many vids, and since I > only allow myself to post one a day, I have been backlogged as long as > a week or more, and am now just about catching up to the point where I > only have a surplus of one or two day's worth of vids to post. Time > to make more. > > I guess what I'm saying is... I remember a post a month or so ago > where we were talking about vlogger burnout... usually in Suzy's > little world, I would have gotten burned out on something new within > the first few weeks... but I'm going on four MONTHS now with no end in > sight, and I am actually coming up on making my 100th video blog post... > > Any suggestions for a 100th post? > > Thanks for your wonderful friendship, help, and support through my > wonderful vlogging experiences! > > Susan > http://vlog.kitykity.com > ------------------------ Yahoo! Groups Sponsor --------------------~--> Most low income households are not online. Help bridge the digital divide today! http://us.click.yahoo.com/I258zB/QnQLAA/TtwFAA/lBLqlB/TM --------------------------------------------------------------------~-> Yahoo! Groups Links <*> To visit your group on the web, go to: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/videoblogging/ <*> To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to: [EMAIL PROTECTED] <*> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to: http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/