was just about 10
years ago when we jumped on the internet bandwagon, embracing
the exciting new technology as the perfect way to get our ideas
out there, and to offer our products to everyone everywhere.
We embraced the new medium, creating a weekly webzine with our
friends, updating it with content which would later become known
by words like blogs and webcomics. And as a result, you can now
read the story of the last ten
years of my life, in weekly installments!
But times have changed and technology has advanced, and this
week I took my first little step into the giant leap of a whole
new world of webcontent: I
little movie I made on YouTube.
It's nothing amazing -- I just set up a video camera on a
tripod and yammered into it -- but even so, I think it marks
the beginning of a whole new phase of my life. I'm becoming a
As with text blogging, some video-bloggers post a new entry
every day, some more than once per day, others weekly or simply
at whatever random intervals when new material justifies it.
For now, I'm only promising to do one new video per week, for
the new LooneyNews feature
"Ask Andy" in which I'll provide answers to tricky
questions like my first entry (which deals with a tricky Hand
Limit situation in Fluxx).
But as I get more into it, I plan to post new videos more
often than weekly. Daily seems a bit too ambitious though, so
it'll probably be several per week. I've got a half a dozen other
little clips finished, so bookmark the Ask
Andy archive page and check back often to see what other
films I post in the coming days and weeks!