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BCM325- Live Tweeting Reflection

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The Process of Live Tweeting in the seminar each week from week 1 to week 8 has been fun, informative, and very interesting. The discovery of idea and concepts I would have never recognized in just watching the film has opened up my eyes to a new engagement with Films an interest in what happens behind the scenes, why they use certain concepts and techniques to tell there story. My engagement with this process has brought out a need for me to know more about the concepts before I am able to accurately judge a film in its entirety.

Week 1: Ghost In The Shell (1995)

This weeks contribution would be my least favorite as I was still grasping the concept of researching whilst watching the movie so I had a minimal contribution in this week, but I did like and my highest liked tweet of this week was the…

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Blog Post 2 – BCM325

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“A video Blog: a record of your thought, opinions or experiences that you film and publish on the Internet.” (Cambridge dictionary,)

Types of Vlogging – There are many types of Vlogs and ways of Vlogging the 10 most popular categories of Vlogging

  1. Review and Unboxing
  2. Pranks and Comedy
  3. Beauty & Fashion
  4. How to
  5. Lifestyle
  6. Gamer
  7. Movie/ Books/ TV reviews
  8. Travel
  9. Pop culture
  10. Discursive

(Seen on VlogLikePro.com)

Research into these Types – These popular techniques of Vlogging can be seen across a wide device group of creators whose ideas for Vlogging is to not only inform but also to entertain. Just as when you are in a class room and the teacher or tutors job is of course first and foremost to teach and explain but another big part of teaching is to get people interested in the subject, which is why you can see all Vlogs and informational services…

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Blog Post 2 Future Cultures

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This is only a rough draft of the arguments and research

Definition – A video Blog: a record of your thought, opinions or experiences that you film and publish on the Internet. (Cambridge dictionary, https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/vlog)

History Of Vlogs –

Types of Vlogging – There are many types of Vlogs and ways of Vlogging the 10 most popular categories of Vlogging

  1. Review and Unboxing
  2. Pranks and Comedy
  3. Beauty & Fashion
  4. How to
  5. Lifestyle
  6. Gamer
  7. Movie/ Books/ TV reviews
  8. Travel
  9. Pop culture
  10. Discursive

(VlogLikePro.com – http://vloglikepro.com/10-different-popular-types-vlogs)

Research into these Types – Review, How to, Lifestyle, Travel, Beauty & Fashion

Relevant examples – Reviews: ijustine, Marques Brownlee

How to: Phlearn, Jessica Kobeissi

Lifestyle: Peter McKinnon, Casey Neistat,

Travel: Jay Alvaraz, Sam Kolder

Issues as to the Negative look towards Vlogs and Vlogging – Peoples general knowledge of Vlogs can be very misleading, through the research of peoples opinions of Vlogs and…

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Vlogging An online Community

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Vlogging for all intended purposes is the creation of an online presents to share your ideas and experiences with the world. Much like posting your own ideas in writing on your Blog YouTube has experienced a fast growing majority of people sharing their practices and ideas through video hence the term video blog or Vlog. Urban Dictionary defines a Vlog as “A Video log. A journalistic video documentation on the web of a person’s life, thoughts, opinions and interests. A vlog can be topical and timeless, instructional and entertaining.” Since we are talking about people expressing their thoughts means it accompanies doubt and implantation of the negative thinking towards these people. Actions and words put against Vloggers can be perceived as harsh, but not misplaced there are regular occurrences of this in many places due to the popular nature of judgmental actions and jumping to conclusions towards the intention that…

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