Yeah I agree with Verdi here. Don't define it. A vlog is what ever 
you do with it. It's a big Internet out there, there is room for 
everything. I just found it humorus that the writer of the story 
that started this conversation says that vlogs "are by definition 
personal" and then spends the rest of his time talking about Rocket 
Boom, which is not a personal video blog IMO. It just struck me as 

Bill Streeter

--- In, Verdi <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Dec 13, 2005, at 8:54 AM, Pete Prodoehl wrote:
> > Bill Streeter wrote:
> >
> >> I wanna know what dictionary defines video blogs as personal?
> >>
> >
> > I'm pretty sure it's the Verdi Dictionary.  ;)
> >
> >
> > Pete
> >
> That is totally wrong. I do feel like I have to consistently 
> the genre of videoblogs who's "theme" is the person who authors 
> because they're always be written about in terms of "boring",  
> "rambling", "[not] consistently entertaining", etc. Though, I 
> never said that those types of videoblogs are better than any 
> type. I'm the person who has been saying over and over 
again "let's  
> not define it". It's too early. People need to experiment and 
> with things. Now, we have built up a definition collectively by  
> creating work (which is mostly personal) but I don't think that 
> the end of it. This is all just getting started. Wait until there 
> not just 2,000 videoblogs but 20,000 or 200,000 and there are not  
> just 100,000's of viewers but millions and tens of millions. 
> then we'll have collectively defined something. My guess is that 
> then there will be a lot more diversity than we see now.
> Verdi
> --
> Me:
> R&D:
> Learn to videoblog:
> Learn to videoblog in person:

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