Media Rich versus Rich Media (Or Why Video in a Blog Is Not the Same as a Video Blog)
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Media Rich versus Rich Media (Or Why Video in a Blog Is Not the Same as a Video Blog)

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[This is from 2005] Blogs are now a media commonplace with regular mentions and appearances in mainstream media and an apparently exponential rise in use within education, knowledge management ...

[This is from 2005] Blogs are now a media commonplace with regular mentions and appearances in mainstream media and an apparently exponential rise in use within education, knowledge management communities, and various forms of Web based self publishing. While definitions of what constitutes a blog are, in the manner of all such definitions, problematic, videoblogs pose this problem afresh with recent and rapid developments in this nascent field.

My own views on video blogs are well documented, and have been for some time (Miles 2000). There are specific qualities or properties that a blog has which makes it different to existing forms of electronic writing and demonstrate that blogs are a medium in their own right.

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Media Rich versus Rich Media (Or Why Video in a Blog Is Not the Same as a Video Blog) Media Rich versus Rich Media (Or Why Video in a Blog Is Not the Same as a Video Blog) Presentation Transcript

  • adrian.miles@rmit.edu.au Media Rich & Rich Media (granularity, blogs, video and bankrupt content models)
  • adrian.miles@rmit.edu.au B l o g T a l k D o w n U n d e r S y d n e y M a y 2 0 0 5 Blogs are granular
  • adrian.miles@rmit.edu.au B l o g T a l k D o w n U n d e r S y d n e y M a y 2 0 0 5 Blogs are granular! • this has influenced what conventions have developed
  • adrian.miles@rmit.edu.au B l o g T a l k D o w n U n d e r S y d n e y M a y 2 0 0 5 Blogs are granular! • this has influenced what conventions have developed! • this has influenced what tools have developed
  • adrian.miles@rmit.edu.au B l o g T a l k D o w n U n d e r S y d n e y M a y 2 0 0 5 Blogs are granular! • this has influenced what conventions have developed! • this has influenced what tools have developed! • such granularity is a major affordance of blogging
  • adrian.miles@rmit.edu.au B l o g T a l k D o w n U n d e r S y d n e y M a y 2 0 0 5 Video is granular
  • adrian.miles@rmit.edu.au B l o g T a l k D o w n U n d e r S y d n e y M a y 2 0 0 5 Video is granular! • once published it is not
  • adrian.miles@rmit.edu.au B l o g T a l k D o w n U n d e r S y d n e y M a y 2 0 0 5 Video is granular! • once published it is not! • this is absolutely the case in videoblogging
  • adrian.miles@rmit.edu.au B l o g T a l k D o w n U n d e r S y d n e y M a y 2 0 0 5 Video is granular! • once published it is not! • this is absolutely the case in videoblogging! • video needs to be as granular as a blog post after “publication”
  • adrian.miles@rmit.edu.au B l o g T a l k D o w n U n d e r S y d n e y M a y 2 0 0 5 Video is granular! • once published it is not! • this is absolutely the case in videoblogging! • video needs to be as granular as a blog post after “publication” (and for that matter video should be as granular as video)
  • adrian.miles@rmit.edu.au B l o g T a l k D o w n U n d e r S y d n e y M a y 2 0 0 5 Linking is granular
  • adrian.miles@rmit.edu.au B l o g T a l k D o w n U n d e r S y d n e y M a y 2 0 0 5 Linking is granular! • blogs epitomise this
  • adrian.miles@rmit.edu.au B l o g T a l k D o w n U n d e r S y d n e y M a y 2 0 0 5 Granular video
  • adrian.miles@rmit.edu.au B l o g T a l k D o w n U n d e r S y d n e y M a y 2 0 0 5 Granular video! • we need to be able to link from parts of video
  • adrian.miles@rmit.edu.au B l o g T a l k D o w n U n d e r S y d n e y M a y 2 0 0 5 Granular video! • we need to be able to link from parts of video! • we need to be able to link to parts of video (quotation)
  • adrian.miles@rmit.edu.au B l o g T a l k D o w n U n d e r S y d n e y M a y 2 0 0 5 Granular video! • we need to be able to link from parts of video! • we need to be able to link to parts of video (quotation)! • this is a combination of technical and social practice
  • adrian.miles@rmit.edu.au B l o g T a l k D o w n U n d e r S y d n e y M a y 2 0 0 5 To follow from Mark this morning. I am a small ‘t’ small ‘d’ technological determinist. Our tools constrain and enable.
  • adrian.miles@rmit.edu.au B l o g T a l k D o w n U n d e r S y d n e y M a y 2 0 0 5 I have made three prototypes that are a part of the published hypertext. These are the academic (or research) centre of the work. Think of them as probes. (Questions, problems, not solutions.)
  • adrian.miles@rmit.edu.au B l o g T a l k D o w n U n d e r S y d n e y M a y 2 0 0 5 http://vogmae.net.au