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MINNESOTA STORIES IN PRINT

RamnstoriesI haven't been posting here much lately (duh). Why, my BFF sister-site even beat me to the punch on my latest media coverage in The Rake.

Thanks a bunch to Jenny Woods for shining a spotlight on my burgeoning micromedia empire. My favorite line: His “vlog” is rather like a regionalized, abbreviated, video version of This American Life. What can I say? I can die happy now.

Minnesota Stories also got a sweet little mention in Eau Claire, Wisconsin's Volume One magazine, which they kindly sent me. Watch for possible secret collaboration with those folks in the near future.

Next week's Minnesota Stories lineup is already coming together. Watch for more highlights from the Minnesota Music Awards and several contributor videos featuring hawks, mangos, and frog wars.

September 25, 2005 at 10:17 PM in Videoblogging | Permalink

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Don't die happy just yet...you've been missed 'round these here parts :-)

Posted by: Sharyn at Sep 26, 2005 1:10:30 PM

nice!

Posted by: Jonathan at Sep 26, 2005 8:34:56 PM

Yeah, that This American Life comparison is sweet.

Posted by: Kylark at Sep 27, 2005 3:10:18 PM

He got his start as a correspondent for the pioneering daily vlog Rocketboom, where he began posting clips of a longer documentary about blogging called—naturally—Blogumentary.

Er... is this at all accurate?

Posted by: Kylark at Sep 27, 2005 3:12:37 PM

oh, no. they're going to correct that.
the editor ended up mashing a few too many things together.
(score you extra points for reading comprehension!)

Posted by: Chuck at Sep 27, 2005 4:41:59 PM