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Milwaukee Video Bloggers

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has a interesting piece on video bloggers (a.k.a. "vloggers") in the Milwaukee area. (August 24, pg. A.1 - available via Badgerlink)

Highlights from the article:

From unbashful bloggers to proselytizing pastors, people are using inexpensive software and high-speed Internet connections to share video clips of their lives.

As with many other parts of the Internet, the topics for vloggers are as diverse as the people who vlog from cooking lessons or political protests to a single dad showing how to change a diaper and warning not to watch "if you are easily grossed out."

An interesting concept. However, I'm not sure that I possess the kind of spare time required to watch footage of a computer programmer riding a bicycle into a lake off a pier. Does anyone?