This is exactly why we've started using the word "shows" at blip. 

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> [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Nox Dineen
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> Subject: Re: [videoblogging] vlog
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> Given the amazing breadth in the scope of what's produced 
> under the name of "vlogging" I'd have to agree with you. It 
> generates an expectation of merely a multimedia blog.
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> Plus, as an admitted linguaphile, I just hate the word. I'm 
> curious, though, how many people pronounce it phoenetically 
> and how many say it "vee-logging."
> 
> I think we can all agree that a much more hideous word 
> (although a raging awesome concept) is glogging 
> <http://wearcam.org/glogs.htm>. (I don't mind telling you 
> that I almost peed my pants with glee when I found out I may 
> be able to get my hands on an Eyetap <http://www.eyetap.org/> 
> and join the "cyborg logging" weirdos.)
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> Nox
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> On 12/8/06, andrew michael baron <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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> >   Back to the age old question of terminology, I think 
> "vlogging" and 
> > "vloggers" stuck.
> >
> > Surprisingly, even the regular You-Tube people identify 
> with "vlogging".
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