I'm getting confused with my vlog numbering system. I think I'll drop that right now. What we have here is the first installment of "The Couch Sessions." At the VloggerCon party, I spent most of my time in Jakob's bedroom talking with people on the couch and filming it. Warm and comfortable and engaging and connecting. Here to start things off is Vlog Yoda himself, Jay Dedman.

It was great to finally meet you, Jay. Thanks for everything you've done for this community.

Jay Dedman at Vloggercon [open source raw footage] 07:59

KEYWORDS: Vloggercon 2005, Ryan Hodson, Jay Dedman, Dylan Verdi, Jakob Lodwick

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how can JAY DEDMAN possibly think that in 10 years
he will have some stupid job and hate his life?
ha ha
it's just not in him to let those things happen.
funny to hear him say that

Posted by: ryanne at Jan 26, 2005 2:13:50 PM

I love The Couch Sessions. Amazing how you used the opportunity to shoot some footage and document the connections.
This is classic.

Posted by: raymond at Jan 26, 2005 3:29:47 PM

I started watching this and I thought to myself, "Oh, I've already seen this one." Then I realized that I didn't see it - I was there! What the hell do you call that?

Posted by: Michael Verdi at Jan 26, 2005 5:26:41 PM

Hey Jay - You are not going to have a stupid job you hate in 10 years.

Nice edits at the end featuring Ryanne!

Posted by: Steve Garfield at Jan 26, 2005 6:09:17 PM

yeah, Jay's gonna be smoking big cigars and flying around in a hyperjet.... some kind of videoblog ambassador/mogul.

Michael: !!! "oh, this is a repeat. oh no wait - i lived it."

Posted by: Chuck at Jan 26, 2005 9:59:01 PM

Beautiful. It's so crazy. What an amazing experiment this all is, socially, technoIogically, artistically. I think Jay is right to really appreciate the right now. Who knows where it will all be in 10 years. Right now, though, it's blowing my mind.

Posted by: jonny goldstein at Jan 27, 2005 11:15:33 PM

yeah i am loving the moment we in with all this.
like in college we always said "it's not really about the classes, it's about all the friends i made"
i kind of feel like that.

and the verdi comment is fucked up.
i feel like that too.
i'm like "i saw this same thing in 4 different perspecitves:
being there, taping it on my cam, seeing it taped on chucks cam and then remembering all those mixed up into one. what DO you call that dr. spock?

Posted by: ryanne at Jan 30, 2005 6:49:31 PM

I call it the future, Ryanne.

I call it the future.

Hold me.

Posted by: Chuck at Jan 31, 2005 8:41:53 AM