Monday, May 16, 2005

Teaching Eath: villagegirl.typepad.com


eath, villagegirl.typepad.com, nyc, cambodia, village girl, editing, videoblogging

12 comments:

annie! said...

that was rad... spreading the video blog fever.

i can't get over how cute jampa is.

Joshua said...

I can't play this video... something is wrong with the archive?

Solynna said...

hey there Ryanne, wow!....i'm in your video that's cool, i love it thank you Ryanne.

Anonymous said...

that little girl is so cute!
dude i trapped a mouse by it's tail under my bookshelf by accident in the apartment...and then let it go.
ffjeverk5

jonny goldstein said...

Sometimes frowning is fun. But I was smiling as I watched this.

R said...

Ryanne, you're awesome, and It's fun when there's more than one videoblogger in a video.

Joshua said...

Great closing with the "10,000 watt smile" line. I'm really glad we've gotten to know Eath, Erik, and Jampa better.

Nathan Peters said...

Cool, I didn't know how to pronounce her name. I thought it was pronounced the same as teeth but without the first t.

erin said...

yes! that baby is too cute. thanks for your advice to me as well about getting in touch with your sister to help me edit videos on the mac...although editing is fun with improvisation, i think i do need a tutorial like the one here... i do like watching movies in quicktime much better. sheesh-vlogging is wicked addictive!

dltq said...

10,000 watt smile - yeah. God, videoblogging is good.

I spoke with Markus and Deirdre this morning on the videoconference thingie, and Markus mentioned how videoblogging has helped him see the beauty in people. As in People. People with lives. People who think, who respond, who try to learn, who try to teach others, who interact.

Videoblogging is not only addictive (that part we know, hah!) - it is also a very very political thing. As in "the personal is the political", I guess.

That guy with the "what are you doing?" is just So typical. Yeah, what Are we doing? Documenting life. What will the future be like? Will everything be documented? How will we work with that? How will that work on us?

Great entry, Ryanne. :)

erin said...

also, people get paranoid when they see a camera. i know now that it is frowned upon to film inside of retail stores. i think it has something to do with "leaking to the press"??? then again i was filming hilarious, miltitary-style-patriotic-type bongs in a store in west virginia..so that might be an isoltated case incident....?

Cambodia4kidsorg said...

Eath is interviewed for the GLobal Voices Project!
http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/globalvoices/2005/08/18/video-blogs-cambodia/