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Posted By kenrg

Here it is, 12seconds.tv - It's been described as the "video twitter" or a cross between YouTube, Twitter, and Seesmic... Every video is exactly twelve seconds long; not a second longer, not a second shorter. Just twelve seconds.

And here's a link to my channel (kenrg, of course)...

And here's what a video looks like...


And Away We Go! on 12seconds.tv


 
Posted By kenrg

A good 'Tube friend of mine, 21stCenturyCat (Steve), posted a video a day or two ago in which he recounted a "RL" friend telling him that he was getting too much of his self worth from YouTube. She said that it was unhealthy for him to rely on a web site to make him happy. And Steve is such a nice guy that he took her to heart, and actually questioned whether or not he should be allowed to enjoy YouTube as much as he does.

My answer? There's nothing wrong with getting encouragement and kudos from any source, and enjoying it, even from something as impermanent as an online community. But, somehow, it took me four minutes to spit that out:


 
Posted By kenrg

An update vlog on a number of things, including the Judge's reversal in a controversial decision in the Viacom V. YouTube case, the subtle difference between evil and stupidity, whether or not I'll be going to SouthTube in October, Big George (my cat)'s health, and a couple of other things. Sounds like a boring vlog, but look at the pretty scenery.


 
Posted By kenrg

This one is an all-travel video site, called "TripFilms.com." And, of course, i've set up a kenrg account and uploaded a few of my travel videos. Probably not anything you haven't already seen on YouTube, but maybe it's been a while... Check it out!


 
Posted By kenrg

This is some footage I shot l couple of weeks ago at the Jack London Ranch, in Sonoma County. The ranch, where he lived from 1905 till his death in 1916, is a California State Park and National Historic Landmark.

The images were tricky to work with because the lighting was so odd. I was up there during some of the worst of the wild fires, the air was thick with smoke, and their was an orange tinge to the sunlight. All in all, though, I think the video came out pretty good. I just with YouTube's rendering of it were better.