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Entries from September 2005

Vlogging for K-12 Teachers

September 30th, 2005 · 2 Comments · artteacher, teaching

As some of you may know, one of my trades is teaching. Teachers can be very isolated in their practice, which is a drag because teachers can learn so much from each other. So now that I am going to integrate vlogging into teaching, and know some other folks doing similar things, I thought it […]

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Editing Rushkoff Footage

September 28th, 2005 · Comments Off · Jonny Interviews People

I’m editing the footage Matt Culliford shot of my interview with Douglas Rushkoff. It’s so awesome. Not to make it all about me, but I look pretty good in a tie. Anyway, Rushkoff is a hoot. I think I’ll post it in it’s entirety on the internet archive, put little snippets on jonnygoldstein.com, wearethemedia.com, and […]

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Vlog Soup is Delish

September 27th, 2005 · Comments Off · jonny in the media

One of the questions I hear a lot is, “I know there’s tons of great content on videoblogs, but how do I find it?” New York Times featured vlogger, Steve Garfield, helps answer this with his semi-regular round up of his favorite recent vlog entries, Vlog Soup. I’m proud to have one of my recent […]

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Soho Meet the Vloggers Footage

September 26th, 2005 · Comments Off · Public Speaking, video

Ryanne Hodson edited some footage from the latest Meet the Vloggers event at the SOHO Apple Store. I’m in the mix, along with a bunch of other disciples of vlog, testifying to the power of personal media. Ryanne is a master editor, and it shows in this little gem. Take a look at this clip, […]

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Jonny and Ryanne Vlog Europe Interview Remix

September 25th, 2005 · 3 Comments · video

Watch Video Format: Quicktime. Size: 8.1 Megs Duration 1:50 I was too impoverished to go to Vlog Europe 2005, but I still got to interview Ryanne Hodson using the magic of digital video. I shot myself asking a bunch of questions and spliced those in with footage of Ryanne shot by herself and XOLO.TV. If […]

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newyorkhumor.com preview

September 24th, 2005 · 3 Comments · maniacal laughter, newyorkhumor.com, standup

Watch Video, Size: 10.1 megs. Duration: 2:13. Format: Quicktime. Music By John Sully Slowly, like a slug on flypaper, newyorkhumor.com is oozing from my distracted mind into web reality. The site isn’t up yet, but I just created this video segment which shows the type of thing that will be on the site. This is […]

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Wake Me Up When September Ends

September 24th, 2005 · 1 Comment · Uncategorized

Fellow vlogger Zadi Diaz just made a video setting Katrina news footage to a Green Day song. Hard to watch, but great stuff. It really brought the horror of the whole situation home to me. It just got a mention in the New York Times, so go ahead and be one of the tens of […]

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Come Rock With Us @ Don Hill’s

September 22nd, 2005 · 1 Comment · Performance

I got up at 4AM for the last two days to work in Jersey as a teaching artist. And last night I was up until 12:30AM videoblogging a hunger relief fundraiser I went to. That means I’m running on 7.5 hours of sleep in the last two days. And in an hour I have to […]

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One Big Table

September 21st, 2005 · 2 Comments · Good Causes, video

Watch Video, Size: 6.5 megs. Duration: 1:23 Format: Quicktime I recently had the pleasure of attending a One Big Table Potluck. One Big Table Potlucks are happening all over the country to raise money for America’s Second Harvest, a hunger relief organization which is stretched to the limit helping people in the aftermath of Hurricane […]

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Bummed

September 21st, 2005 · 1 Comment · personal meanderings

So I was all jazzed about the possibility of teaching videoblogging to high school kids. I talked with an organization that was all psyched to have me do so. The thing is, it is taking them longer than they thought to coordinate the details of where I would work, and I couldn’t wait until they […]

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