It’s great to see more videos being submitted to the Cream-O Video Contest.
Here, for example, is “Share Naman Dyan!” (which roughly translates to “C’mon, share!”)
I thought Erwin would record videos, and then write articles from them (see Video a new way to express, test ideas, say RP bloggers). I found out about the Inquirer.net post, thanks to the Twitter-ings of andrew_ds and LaTtex.
So I was pleasantly surprised to see our videos online. Here’s Sharing Filipino culture online via vlogging [425×355]:
UPDATE: Erwin shot the video at 640×480 resolution. I wonder why the same video, uploaded to Veoh.com [originally 540×438, but html coded at 425×344] (is Veoh the Inquirer.net’s video player of choice?), looks so much clearer:
The videos were taken during the Feb. 7, 2008 HappySlip Meet ‘n Greet in Mag:net cafe, Bonifacio High Street, Taguig City.
Gerry Alanguilan launches his Komikero Video Channel at http://bidjo.blogspot.com 🙂
I like the name he chose: BIDJO
It sounds like the Tagalog word for “video”, yet it’s spelled colloquially. It’s as if I could hear him say the word, along with a very Pinoy accent. A similar example would be: Dibidi-dibidi.
I like watching Gerry’s videos, because you can clearly see how much he enjoys creating all these videos. Looks like he and Christine Gambito (HappySlip) share similar thoughts on what it takes to succeed in Pinoy Vlogging.
If you’re curious about HappySlip’s inspirational message to Pinoy vloggers, check out Cokskiblue Meets HapplySlip!
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