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try it's a lot easier!


Very very well Beth, wow!! this is so cool!!

Now i have anther friend who knows what i'm talking about!!

welcome to the vlogger land Beht::)))))


Now all you need is RSS, so other people and readers can get to your videos easyer, here is the link to get one for your vlog,;jsessionid=CC82430FBF99AA3609082DC9C8469C39.app2

Nancy White

ROck on!


I must say it turned out really well! Now, I've got to learn how to do a Podcast!

mary hodder

Hi Beth.. great vlogging.. i actually caught it from here:,2,,51337.html at blog television.

But I really liked it.


Andy Carvin

Nice work, Beth! And thanks for the plug in the end credits - please feel free to blame me if any more of you time is wasted. :-)

I wish I knew more about the software you used. I'm a Mac guy and do all my video editing with Final Cut Pro, so I don't know the specific tricks in your software for editing, overlaying text, etc. The best thing I can suggest is to keep playing with the software, experiment, and see what happens. You may also want to join the VIDEOBLOGGING list or check out the FreeVlog tutorial for ideas.

But I'm really glad to see you experimenting with vlogging. Not too many of us in the nonprofit world are doing this, and I think it has a lot of potential. Perhaps we may need to start a "nonprofit vloggers" group or "vloggers for human rights and global development," or something with a catchier title than that....

I also want to reiterate what was said about having a vlog-friendly RSS feed. Right now I see you have an RDF rss feed. Unfortunately, it won't allow people to subscribe to your vlog, as it can only process text, not video. As Eath suggested, go to, set up a free account, and create a new feed for your old RDF feed. Be sure to select the "smartcast" option that will make it podcast (and vlog) friendly. Then edit your blog's template so it will link to your new RSS feed, labeling it as your video blog feed or something like that (or replace your old feed entirely, if you want).


ps - I plan to be at the Lowell Water Festival in a couple of weeks, so hopefully I can vlog some of the Khmer cultural activities taking place there...


OMG! You are a natural! Woot! I'm so glad you started- it's always the first step that's the hardest.I'm glued to my seat for the next installment. :)

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