Monday, November 1, 2010

National Videoblogging Posting Month 2010

It is that time when folks take on the video equivalent of writing a book. National Videoblogging Posting Month has been called Navlopomo but is is easier to type Vlomo10. The nation part is whatever nation or principality you happen to occupy at this time.

It really is an international experience and the OZ/NZ folks seem to be kicking things off. I'll be at work by the time the UK and Europe flicks up some videos so there should be a bunch of stuff to view in a couple of hours.

For the newbies:
  • The goal is to post one video a day for 30 days.
  • It can be talking head.
  • It can be still photo animation with or without narration,
  • It can be animated text, photo, music or visual distortions'
  • It can be a video - however you define a video
  • It can be anything you want or have time to do. That time thing is the killer.
  • Post the video on your blog or web site. Many folks are loving Posterous but Vimeo, and YouTube are cool.
  • If you have a Twitter account you can use the hastag #vlomo10 to let folks know that you have a video ready for viewing.

National Videoblogging Posting Month
It is currently 5:11 a.m. my time so folks are just getting started. I've recorded some ideas but I have to simplify if I'm going to make it to November 30th.

In the meantime, to find folks participating swing over to Twitter and in the search area type in #vlomo10. This will bring up a list of folks posting links to their videos.

Let the games begin and VlogOn!

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