Seriously, it isn’t. I’m just figuring out how to post video. Honest. That’s it.
You have a voice. That’s weird. The disembodied talking head/cowbell guy was more familiar.
I should have brought a cowbell. Doh.
But that’s why I did a short test-drive on this whole video blog thing. Now I know. 😉
So brave! 🙂
To show my face?
I was hoping it wasn’t that bad a face. I mean, I’m no Deric Zoolander, but brave? 😉
lol, yes! I’d be hemming and hawing, I love blogging bc I don’t have to think about what I look like. 😉
Fringe… so hot right now… Fringe.
(Hopefully your husband’s seen Zoolander). 😉
Not on your lap … but the experiment worked. Looking forward to actual writing process video blogs in the future!
And, when you’ve got this down to a science – please share the process for creating video blogs in one of your video blogs.[?][?][?][?]
On Thu, Jun 5, 2014 at 2:21 AM, Michael J. McDonagh wrote:
> Michael McDonagh posted: ” > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZ8RDaSmC-0&list=HL1401948984&feature=mh_lolz > Seriously, it isn’t. I’m just figuring out how to post video. Honest. > That’s it.”
Thanks for stopping in. I can tell from uploading that short clip, that’s going to be the biggest issue for anything longer. I haven’t played with video much.
It reached me, almost a dozen or so miles away. Isn’t the internet wonderful!
It’s a relief to know you won’t be using my lap. 🙂
my radio professor would have loved you–you could totally be on the radio!
That’s sweet, but false. 🙂
I have to laugh at myself when I look at that. I used to be a pretty good speaker, but now all I see is rust.
But that’s what this whole little blog experiment is all about. Doing everything on the assumption this writer gig will work, and discovering where the rust is, finding out what I like (blogging and my ABC partners) what I don’t (seriously, will someone please explain twitter to me again) and not trying to do it when many people are watching.
Or were you really just saying I’ve got a face made for radio? 😀 (I can live with it, those work for writers, too).
haha! it’s definitely a good thing. In 4 years of broadcast/radio/speech classes I saw so many professors storm off in frustration when someone couldn’t nail diction/pacing/tone/volume and you had all of that! I agree about twitter–i still don’t fully grasp it lol
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