1st Vlog Global FlashMeeting

On October 18th, 2008 @ 12 pm EST, I was very happy to participate in the first Vlog Global FlashMeeting. A FlashMeeting is basically a program that allows you to line up, one at a time, and say what you want, while everyone else involved can see you via your webcam. It’s pretty ancient, but […]

re: Raymond Kristiansen’s “The Audience of Ten”

Raymond M. Kristiansen wrote a post on January 11, 2007 entitled “The Audience of Ten”. He also made a post with the same name to the Yahoo Videoblogging Group. They’re both good an interesting reads if you’re planning to do a “show” on the internet. Basically, Raymond was making a distinction between having a few […]

Sharing Breakfast

Yesterday was a fantastic day. 😀 I got to meet Kfir Pravda, who was here for a few hours in NYC Friday morning awaiting his connecting flight to Israel. I was familiar with Kfir from blogging as well as our involvement with the Yahoo Videoblogging Group. We’ve had interesting discussions about the direction of online […]

Got a Crush on a Celebrity…

Reader Derek writes: There are people out in the public eye that grabs your attention. Using the “Dating Genius” tried and proven methods, how can someone make any good of this? Generically and academically speaking, mind you. Actually, this is a very good question, Derek. Becoming enamored with public figures happens to people all day, […]

Network-Quality Series Developed For The Internet

Chuck Barney, of the Contra Costa Times posted an interesting article on freep.com today, entitled “‘Quarterlife’ ready for Internet debut“. According to the article, “Quarterlife”, a series by Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick (creators of the hit TV series “Thirtysomething”) is being touted as the first time a “true, network-quality series” has been produced directly […]