I am contributing to a 'Slow Conversation' on the morph blog. I had been considering my input for days and days and thinking as the conversation turned to video whether 2006 was finally the year when we all 'got it' in terms of video on the Internet. With media companies and newspapers entering the foray squaring up alongside vloggers to compete for our seconds of attention I thought about what I had recently been 'consuming'.
I wanted to say I'd been enjoyng the best of the tech vlogs such as Geek Entertainment TV (which we do indeed love dearly), occasionally checking out the antics of our favourite local Dutch vlogger at XOLO.
But on researching my article I got stuck in YouTube. For almost 2 days, I barely did anything but browse the fun and frolics, and news and documentaries; I even found some terrifying training videos. Anyhow, I felt my post should be short and to the point: I think we should ask the kids where the future of video online lies.