Archive for the ‘videoblogging’ Category

My Final Project

May 22, 2007

This is my vlog and feed address.

YAHOOOOO Final-ly done

May 22, 2007

With the help of Mr. Sloan, I got my final up and running check out my video’s @

Joe’s Blogger



May 22, 2007

Just because its buried several days back, here is my rss url again

Thats all.

Most challenging final ever!!!

May 22, 2007

If didn’t know better, I would say this project is damn near impossible. I think everything that could go wrong did go wrong with my audiocast. Plus the fact that I get easiliy frustrated. Wish me luck!

Vlog links

May 20, 2007

My blog can be found here. The URL to the feed is right here

Final Project

May 20, 2007

Good golly-miss-molly, I think I’m done!  Check out my vlogs here on my rss feed or here on my “Family and Friends” blog! 

My Vidcast, done!

May 19, 2007

Here is the RSS feed of the vidcast I am proud to submit as my final project.
“Whew, cool.” See you all in class.

Finally, i’m done…I think

May 18, 2007

After many hours of watching help at freevlog, I think I finally got it. So here’s the url to my blog. I decided to make this sort of a family blog, so it is a video blog of the weddings we’ve had so far in my family. Coincidentally there’s only been 3. My blog is here.

A Mother’s Day Story

May 15, 2007

A mother's day story

My older son’s are now grown men with families of their own. This video, taken from family movies and told from their mother’s perspective, shows the world when they were little as told to the music of Heather Sullivan.

Final project revision

May 7, 2007

I’ll be doing a slight rethinking of the concept for my podcast.  In the interests of gaining better ground from which to tell a story, I’ll be moving away from music (though I still might provide my own background music) and toward a natural extension from the video I did for the midterm project.  It will be more of a narrative on the places I traveled to in China last summer with plenty of still imagery to accompany the voice-overs.  I was motivated to go this way when I realized I had taken about 700 photos there, most them never having seen the light of day.