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Posted By kenrg

Margaret Fabrizio, known online as "Tree," is a harpsichordist (she taught harpsichord and piano performance at Stanford), artist (paintings, quilts, collages, etc.), and vlogger on YouTube and VloggerHeads. She's one of the most amazing people I've met online through my vlogging, and yesterday I had an invitation to join her in her home as she presented her latest quilt to the world.


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Posted By kenrg

Yesterday was the big "YouTube Live!" event in San Francisco. I was invited to attend, and I did rsvp, but it just sounded so... well, so... lame. Yeah, lame. YouTube (or, let's just say, video sharing / vlogging) is not a programmed event, with a clear line between audience and entertainer. The video revolution is about knocking down that wall and communicating user to user.

So, I skipped out on the actual event (and, from what I've seen and heard online so far, that was a good choice), but I did go up to SF earlier in the day to meet up for lunch with Gary (Anakin1814), Curt (OhCurt), Mike (MusoSF), Jason (nbwulf), and Christopher (ChristopherMast). My wife, Leslie, also joined us, but as usual, she doesn't like to be in the actual videos.


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Posted By kenrg

When you spend several days hanging out with the same small group of guys, one of two things is going to happen. Either you're going to be bored to hell after a very short time and not be able to wait until it's all over, or you're going to have such a good time that you just descend into complete male-bonding idiocy.

As you'll see in this video, by Sunday evening of my four-day YouTube gathering extravaganza, the second option is where we headed.

Tomorrow, you'll get  a glimpse of the more serious side of what we were working on.


 
Posted By kenrg

Day two of my four-day viral video long weekend was mostly spent at Pier 39 in San Francisco, at the second annual SF "As One" YouTube gathering.

In the video here, you'll find some interesting remarks from YouTube founder, Steve Chen, as well as a lot of random nonsense and a pitch for Presidential candidate Barack Obama.


 
Posted By kenrg

Okay, so I've been offline for several days. From early Friday morning through Monday evening I've been spending most of my time running up to San Francisco (and Oakland, etc.) to spend some quality time with a few fellow YouTubers with whom I'm plotting the revolution.

Over the next several days I'll be posting videos from that long weekend, starting with this video from Friday of touring SF with Peri Urban and Paul / "Renetto", and leading up to a video in a few days with more details about that revolution thing.