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Posted By kenrg

Not a terribly exciting topic, unless you're one of those vloggers who's always asking other vloggers, "What kind of camera do you use? Do you use a webcam? How about a tripod? ..." The answer to those questions and more in this exciting video:


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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

Here's a little video I made to demonstrate how artists borrow from previous artists' works, not just as homage, but as a kind of short-hand to the viewer about subject matter, and to add commentary to the previous work. In this manner, "Fair Use" helps to contribute to a common culture through visual language. The same type of phenomenon can be used to show the benefits of Fair Use in other media as well.


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Posted By kenrg

Well, I never got around to making a real creative Halloween video this year, but here's my morning after wrap-up:


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