In fact, when we look back, we'll be looking at vlogs to get a better
representation of the truth of the time then we will by viewing the
video archives of television.
Vloggers are closer to true then TV will be allowed.

Power to the vloggers.


--- In, "Laura Moncur" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Okay, I'll bite.
> The reason our small glimpses into our lives are just as important as
> the carnage that is happening in Iraq is because it's all HISTORY.
> Five hundred years from now, historians are going to be looking at our
> vlogs trying to fathom what life was like during our time. We are
> going to be the journals that document ordinary life just like Jane
> Austen's writing documented Victorian England.
> --- In, "Shannon Noble" <>
> wrote:
> >
> > You know,
> >
> > sometimes I look at my own expressions and the content of my work,
> as well
> > as many others here, and think how shallow and meaningless much of
> what we
> > do is. We put our own meaning on it as it really has none of it's
> own. It is
> > all enculturated. We make it up for or own selves to get what we
> want from
> > others. I feel that way when I look at something like this:
> >
> > <panisset@>
> >
> > and ponder.
> >
> > -shannon
> >

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