Further, the use of copyrighted music in vlogs will probably ignite a 
bit of controversy at some point. I think we should reiterate for noobs 
who may be tempted to score their vids that this is a violation. Is 
that in the wiki somehwere?





On Feb 22, 2006, at 12:15 AM, robert a/k/a r wrote:

> I completely agree with Josh, re-posting the intellectual property of
> others is wrong.
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> BTW, wasn't this a great video moment?
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>> I agree with this... yet I also think there are some cases where
>> "bubbling up" is important.
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>> But you are correct that "bubbling up" doesn't satisfy the needs of
>> the individual and their immediate social circle. It doesn't help
>> people share their lives through video. I feel this aspect is being
>> lost.... we need more good examples. Maybe that has to do with my own
>> aesthetic concerns though. I feel like some of that spirit is being
>> lost amidst the wave of lipsyncing teens and plaigarized video.
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>> -Josh
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>> On 2/21/06, Peter Van Dijck <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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>>>> On 2/21/06, Michael Sullivan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:   Most
>>>> have agreed, we need to have systems in place to bubble up video.
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>>> My 2c: bubbling popular stuff up is stupid. It's about what YOU want
>>> to see, and MOST of the time, that's *not* popular stuff. If it was,
>>> you would be satisfied gazing at the various youtube/yahoo/aol/mtv..
>>> video pages. Hey, if it was, you'd watch tv for god sake!
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>>> Forget about bubbling up popular stuff. We haven't nailed finding
>>> video you want to watch, but it's worth trying. It's about what
>>> communities recommend to each other. It's about your friends. It's
>>> about your interests. At least shoot for something better than
>>> "bubbling stuff up".
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>>> Bubbling stuff up is dead.
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>>> Peter
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