its good primarily because of it tries more so than other articles to say that "The community is diverse." and they quote jay a lot and he sais it well. 

i think this, however, can be misleading:

In less than two years, the number of video blogs, also known as vlogs and video podcasts, has exploded from a handful to more than 7,000, according to video blogging directory Mefeedia.

This is where everything gets meshed into one. feeds and vlogs.  not sure if its good to do that but i usppose no harm really.


On 5/1/06, Steve Garfield <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Video bloggers claim spotlight
Online diaries looking a lot like television
Ellen Lee, Chronicle Staff Writer
Monday, May 1, 2006


This is an excellent article about videoblogging. Ellen Lee, of the San
Francisco Chronicle, presents an accruate view of how some
videobloggers use vlogging to capture fleeting moments of life.

It's unfortunate that the headline writer totally missed the point of
the article by writing, "Online diaries looking a lot like television."

The whole point of the article is that most of the video blogs
highlighted in the story are not like televison at all.

-- - Fighting the good fight - Correspondent (formerly audioblog)  - Community Manager

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