A multiple sclerosis blog.
One thing I don't like about the VIDEO entry section, not actually this section, is that you can't post comments after each video entry (that I can see).-tt
This is true -- kind of, um, controlling of me, eh?! I guess I'm too afraid of what people might say to enable such a feature ... :)
How much worse can it be than the comments you get on the normal blog section?-tt
Hey, my video-blogging-ego is tender. :) (Plus, and this is the main reason there are no comments allowed on the video dealie: the revver.com platform does not support comments.)So if you want to comment, send me a video and I'll post it to the site. Promise!
Do you have a black eye in the video blog entry about whether the video blog is boring? Why do you have a black eye?-tt
Here is a question for you. How can one make use of a video blog as a genre, or format, to achieve something that one cannot achieve in a written blog? What possibilities does the video blog provide that the written blog does not--and to what extent are these possibilities being (under-)explored or (under-)utilized here?Another question. When we look at writing as an interactive enterprise, which it is not necessarily, but often it is (and at times even when the author does not want it to be), how can the interactivity of video be differently leveraged to explore than when using printed writing alone?
Re: black eyes: I routinely have black eyes. My profession is a challenging and sometimes violent one, leading to many black eyes. Are you telling me that the Translation Sciences do not involve physical brutality? I may need to pursue a different line of work.Re: video blogging as a genre, I am preparing a post on this very topic. Thanks for the questions!