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VLOG NEWS

  • How do you say "vlog" in Swedish? Apparently it's... vlogg.
    Vlog_swedish
  • Keep track of new video videobloggers.

  • Check out blip.tv, and Flickr-ish dailymotion.com, and the Rocketboom-ish MobuzzTV.

  • Glenn Reynolds discovers videoblogging and another blog documentary (*cough*) called documentary:BLOG.

  • Apparently Eric Rice is going on some kinda coast-to-coast video/podcast roadshow. Is Minneapolis on the way to Canada, Eric?

  • Rocketboom is auditioning funny weatherpersons. More soon.

  • The lovely Lorika and I will be videoblogging from the backyard tomorrow. There will be a photographer present... More on that next week.

  • Tonight we had far too much fun chatting in the first-ever Corante vlogcast. I spoke video-to-video with my ol' vlog-chums Steve Garfield (and his mom!) and Eric Rice. Even better was meeting such rising stars as Josh Leo and Chris Koehn. Mostly I played with toys on-camera while others said serious things.

    Chuck_vlogcast
    Chuck sings a Whitney Houston song, without embarassment.

    May 10, 2005 at 11:59 AM in Videoblogging | Permalink

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    I think I've heard that song somewhere before...

    have fun in Seattle! does Seattle have a "fun" nickname, like "The Big Apple" or "The Windy City" or "Hymietown?"

    Posted by: Jonathan at May 11, 2005 10:15:12 AM

    I like "Hymietown."
    Maybe Grungopolis? Sludge Valley? Lil' Juicy?

    Posted by: Chuck at May 11, 2005 10:27:08 AM

    Nice to see some "news" about vlogging in Sweden :) Blogging is starting to become quite popular here but vlogging is not that big yet. Of course, it's only a matter of time before you'll be able to download loads of Swedish vlogs, all even less comprehensible than what you've given example of :)

    Actually, it's kind of weird but får in Swedish is sheep when literary translated to English. What it really should be translated to is get (to get) though. Get in Swedish means goat. Now, given this background information, this obituary in the paper suddenly makes much more sense (posted to my aggregator yesterday): http://bengtsson.net/wordpress/?p=269#comments

    Posted by: jonas (lemonad) at May 11, 2005 9:27:40 PM