Well, if was to go back on myself I wouldn't be helping this thread at all, now would I, are you node 101 guys afraid of answering the questions? As far as I was concerned I only got one reply from one part of node 101, a group without leaders, right? So why should a group without leaders appoint a spokesperson to answer for the many? Please don't be afraid of these questions, just answer them as concisely as you see fit. I am not saying that the answers that Jay gave are wrong, they just seem to be glossed over slightly. There is no shame in admitting the truth, is there?|
Please, this is quite important for me.
On 12 Mar 2006, at 23:34, Peter Van Dijck wrote:
On the ones you didn't feel you got answers to.
"I find through reading this back, I still have a lot of non answers or half understood question"
For god's sake Paul! Work with us here.
On 3/12/06, Paul Knight <[EMAIL PROTECTED] > wrote:
On which questions would you like me to be more specific about?
On 12 Mar 2006, at 22:06, jonny goldstein wrote:
Paul, please be specific about what questions Jay didn't clarify for
you to your satisfaction so he or other people can respond to you with
the info you are looking for. Otherwise we just have to guess what you
need further elaboration on, which problably won't get you the info
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Paul Knight <paul.knight7 @...>
> Thanks for getting back to me so quickly. I find through reading
> this back, I still have a lot of non answers or half understood
> questions that seem to avoiding some of the issues raised. I would
> like others who are involved to also have a go at the questions as
> frankly as possible to get a fuller picture.
> Thanks again
> Paul Knight
> On 12 Mar 2006, at 20:23, Jay dedman wrote:
> > > I would just like to ask some pretty straight forward questions
> > to all those associated with Node 101. This includes Michael
> > Verdi, Markus Sandy, Ryanne and anyone else who teaches Vlogging.
> > I also viewed Michael Verdi's (Anarchy video from May 2005). I
> > don't have any intentions other than getting some straight answers,
> > I would like you answer these questions as >frankly as possible. I
> > need to make up my own mind on this and your answers will help.
> > sure...no secrets.
> > there is no leader at node101.org, so others can jump in with their
> > opinions.
> > > After viewing the Interview with Markus Sandy on Blip by 93mm,
> > you (collectively) are renowned for helping people to be able to
> > vlog, which is a good thing, but in the long term:
> > > 1. What are your objectives?
> > to teach people how to videoblog.
> > > 2. Why do you want to take on the media?
> > its just about building a bigger buffet table. more outlets are
> > healthier.
> > its important that regular people have an place for their ideas.
> > the idea is to flatten the playing field so you could publish your own
> > media without any gatekeepers making a decision if its good enough.
> > plus its just fun to post video online.
> > > 3. How much do you charge people to go on these courses?
> > free. we just ask people to get involved and help out.
> > the idea is that once you learn to videoblog, you then start teaching
> > other people.
> > that's what this Videoblogging does.
> > > 4. Do you all still have jobs in the film/TV industry?
> > i work at a Community TV station( http://mnn.org)
> > Josh Leo works for a radio service that makes content for
> > developing nations.
> > steve does independent contract work in video/web design.
> > ryan used to be a video editor at PBS.
> > our day jobs are separate from volunteering to run a Node.
> > > 5. How exclusive is Node 101, could I join and do the same over
> > here?
> > you seem to have an idea that we are extremely organized like a
> > business.
> > we're just a bunch of like-minded people trying to do something good.
> > we would love for you to start a Node where you live.
> > find a free space to teach, wi-fi, and we'll hook you up with a blog.
> > just set regular hours and show up.
> > anyone who reads this...please open your own Node.
> > it really depends on each person's ingenuity.
> > > 6. How do you guys actually see the newbies such as myself,
> > without any media training, videoblogging?
> > don't understand this question. you are videoblogging.
> > part of my personal mission is to smash this notion that making video
> > is difficult.
> > its easy.
> > the other mission is to make sure people understand that their voice
> > is important.
> > I dont need an audience of 1-million to show how i feel about the
> > world.
> > > 7. Do you have ordinary jobs or do you actually work for or at
> > Node 101?
> > its all volunteer.
> > we are trying to raise some money at VloggerCon so we can afford to
> > buy different nodes equipment, etc. most of us are using either old
> > computers...or expect people to have their own...or using existing
> > equipment in the places we teach.
> > > I am asking these questions just to get a feel for this group,
> > and to get a proper perspective to the kind of people I am reading
> > the e-mails from on a daily basis. You see I thought it was okay
> > to involved in Videoblogging so long as you had a camcorder, a
> > computer with editing software and a broadband connection, a little
> > bit of talent and a self inflated ego to be able to post my face on
> > >line.
> > Maybe you can explain why you think it was other than this.
> > > Please don't refer me to a web page or wiki I would like answers
> > written by you, not some notice board.
> > hey paul, let me know if these answers were sufficient.
> > jay
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