Look, I'll be the first to admit that sitting and watching an hour-long YouTube video is a little bit of a stretch for anybody. Even though, when you think about it, we happily sit in front of both our televisions and computers for longer periods of time AND the distinction between computer and TV continues to grow ever more vague.
But an hour-long YouTube show that's kind of a talk show and kind of a vlog and kind of a variety show?
Well, okay, if you're anything like me, sitting down and watching this video actually isn't hard at all. Probably because MAKING the video wasn't hard. Editing it was -- okay -- a little challenging, but I've never been so happy to put forth such an effort.
It should go without saying that this episode of the VAL is a model for an upcoming show .... a damn successful model, if I do say so myself. I've long wanted to be able to execute a production with various segments, and I think the way we "grew into" the segments on the Vlog-A-Log was a pretty good way to do it. I did record a huge amount of footage, both for the main segments and with Billo. For those who are interested, I'll be posting Billo's extended chat (a whopping hour in and of itself) early next month, but it is looking like this is the last episode of the Vlog-A-Log.
For everyone who's watched the video, saw the last few minutes, freaked out and demanded more info, here you go: starting in January, we will producing a more razzle-dazzle version of what you see above and it will be called "The Horbawrong Show".
That's all you get for now. Stay tuned and stay creative!
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