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BloggingHeads.TV

Andy G (Gadget),


I am jealous of BloggingHeads.TV site, I am openly envious, and I want Hobo to have this dual TV feature. I want to interview people I admire, whereby I can emulate them better. I try my best to copy from the best, before I think I am smart.



Look at this TV thingy, sort of an out of the box view of life, I enjoy it is enough to say, it is interestingly pompous, they make me think.

BloggingHeads.tv

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Sosua, Dominican Republic --- Sunday, February 14, 2010
By Andy Graham of HoboTraveler.com
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Below is an example of BloggingHeads.tv, watch these two American girls for kicks, give the site a lick, maybe a taste, and you can understand why American Women are not on my short list. Better yet, go their site, pick, and choose, they are a different voice than normal TV, and this makes me listen, instead of tuning them out.
BloggingHeads.tv

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If you do not see a video above these words, it is because you are reading by email, click here and maybe you can find it: Videos
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Slap the Owners
I want to slap the owners of the site, I want to them to explain to me clearly, simply and without any confusion, how they do these interviews.

Sometimes they people have telephone in their hands, sometimes the have computer headsets.

This is the future, better get prepared now, the typing is going to end.

BloggingHeads.TV

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Just watched a part of a new TV program, "Tough Love" where a guy acts as mentor to about 10 American single women who wish to hook up with someone for a long term relationship but can't seem to find the right guy. WOW it's no wonder with their attitudes and shallow view of life and the world around them that most men would be turned off nor willing to invest time in getting to know them better for anything but a ONE NIGHT STAND. . Speaking about "short lists" if these women represent the average American woman then what sorry social state the American culture has sank, like quicksand, a death trap.

I found years ago that native English speakers do NOT prefer to receive their information by reading but verbally or like you pointed out so yes I think the future of the blog could be these telecast type interviews. The same with the accommodation business I know in the upcoming year or two I need to attach a one minute video link of the interior of each of our 60 rooms and apartments along with the room/ apt rate on my website. It's important to keep updated on such evolving communication and travel related content so we aren't left behind and ignored.


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A the internet connections speed increase, this video style may gain more popularity. For most of the non-western world connection speeds are not suitable enough as yet, and the written word holds sway. Those brave bloggers in Egypt, speaking out against the government could not release video blog.
For acomodation, it is the next step forwards. I fully expect the major hostel sites to require hostels to include video footage some time over the next two years.


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Unfortunately you are right. I do not click on video interviews. They take too much time -- even with a good connection. I can read so much faster than I can listen. Hopefully automated transcript services that automatically create transcripts from the videos will soon follow but they are not there yet.


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