I was thinking of a Fable 3 LP, but I’ll pause it at every moral choice and allow the viewers to vote on which one to take. I’ll then take the one that wins the vote. It was an idea I played with but stopped because FRAPS screwed up on me and didn’t record over an hour of gameplay. I think I’ll only upload one episode a week to Blip but I’ll upload it to Blip on Monday and then youtube on wensday. Again that’s because of how they reacted to my zombie video.
So I made this from the series “Walking Dead” and uploaded it to BlipTV and Youtube. Youtube comes back the very SECOND it goes live and tells me it’s banned in the US and Canada due to a copyright infringement. The episode is about 40-60 minutes, this clip is less than 1 minute and people always ask what it’s from, so if anything it’s drawing people TO that show.Youtube banned it in all countries 24 hours later. Blip kept it up and going.
So I’m thinking of reformatting. I think I’ll upload all of my stuff to blip on daily basis and update Youtube once a week. I’m thinking I’ll update on Fridays or Saturdays. Reblog this and tell me what you think is better. That way I’ll get more responses and a better idea as to which day is best for uploading.
You know when I hear and read some of these interviews with Mr. Reedus and he says how he is allowed to have a say in the creative process with his character and then describes it…I start thinking he’s playing D & D and the writers are his DM. That’s a throwback reference to Gary Gygax but, I digress…anyway,you all probably seen this interview already. Enjoy it anyway. :-)
I still find You Tube a great app for uploading a quick railroad video, as one which I uploaded, is getting a load of hits. Commuter Railroads get a lot of views on You Tube these days, especially MBTA Commuter Rail & the Long Island Railroad. Vimeo has a great app, whether for uploading or editing, by titling & Indie Music. Indie, Royalty Free Music, is in abundance on this app. The iMovie App is great for editing, titling & light , ambient theme music, as well as for uploading to both Vimeo & You Tube as well as for CNN iReport & Facebook. It makes uploading a snap. Posterous is a great little blogging app which links my blogs together & syndicated uploaded videos. Lately, I have been sending video over this app to Blip & my blogs. Many video views are coming via Posterous Spaces. It is my primary communications app. It handles heavier files rather quickly. And it is free like the air. “The Last Lock” series about 3 Catholic Schools merging in Brooklyn, is getting more views now than when they were 1st produced. Another set of segments will be linked to here from Vimeo. The DailyMotion Viewing App, allows me to view some rather artistic films Director David Lynch thinks very highly of Dailymotion. More DailyMotion Videos will be coming this way, including the 2011 Queens District 28 Portion of the Knights Of Columbus Int'l Free Throw Basketball Championship. This coverage is the only High Definition coverage of that event, not originating on You Tube. CBC Radio & CBC News are great apps for News Coverage from Canada. CBC Radio is for listening to Radio, while CBC News is for video & breaking news. It was from CBC News where I received the breaking news that both Gary Carter & Whitney Houston had passed on. tumblr is both blogging & social & one can upload both video & audio, as well as writing a blog. That is all for tonight. I am getting sleepy. Good Night’ M
Watched a Webisode of it from the 5th Avenue Apple Store. The show was titled “Hipsters Buying Cereal In Silver Lake.”
It was seen over my Tumblr Feed from KoldCastTV. It was done without Dialogue & only with Body Language.
It was fascinating to watch. The Series is on Both KoldCast & Blip. The episodes over Kold Cast require a special browser for iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad, as Kold Cast Videos are Flash Videos. The ones on Blip can be viewed on the Safari Browser, as they are in HTML5.
It looks to be a fun show. I do give it 2 Thumbs Up.
Viddler is excellent choice for Round P Coverage & will be joined by tumblr, Facebook & Twitter. It is also the fastest loading network. YouTube will Provide The Council Round Coverage, as well as Tune In Information. It will serve as Snark Coverage aimed for our Canadian Viewers, with Snark Show Titled “10:30 In Newfoundland”. It will be supplemented with iVideo.ie, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr & ShowYou, Blogger & WordPress. DailyMotion will carry District Round Coverage, supplemented by Facebook, Twitter & tumblr. DailyMotion also surpassed viewing numbers for K of C Free Throw over YouTube. DailyMotion carried so much of the coverage in 2011, in 4 Rounds. DailyMotion coverage still being viewed. Queens County will have “Soup To Nuts” coverage on Vimeo.com, the Home of All Post Game Coverage of all competition rounds. Pre Game, Competition & Post Game is all here & will simulcast “10:30 In Newfoundland”, with YouTube. Long Island Final will be on blip.tv, with Simulcast on VodPod & Posterous.com, fed to Blogger & WordPress, as well as tumblr, Facebook & Twitter. “10:30 In Newfoundland” will continue on YouTube & Vimeo. West Point: If there is coverage from there, blip.tv & DailyMotion will simulcast. Vimeo is PostGame. Snark on YouTube will simulcast with Vimeo.