Wednesday, December 28, 2005
great timing. makes me want a bowl.
Posted by ryanne at 4:02 PM
Friday, December 23, 2005
tell me this isn't brilliant. this guy is a freevlogger. the music is dying for a re-mix!
love the unicorn with heart poster on the wall.
Posted by ryanne at 1:38 PM
This post totally made me cry. I am grateful for the honesty and openess in these videos. Thanks Josh.
Posted by ryanne at 1:28 PM
what can i say?
Posted by ryanne at 1:09 PM
Sunday, December 18, 2005
Taxiland Films is a great vlog. He has some really fun videos. WTF, this one rules.
Posted by ryanne at 4:13 PM
Seriously, if you were in NYC, the cops would have kicked your ass and taken your camera and thrown it in the garbage. This is a great document of how the police state has extended from the US of A over to quaint, olde Europe.
Posted by ryanne at 2:02 PM
Monday, December 12, 2005
If you're from certain parts of Massachusetts, you were also taught this in school. The town I grew up in, Medfield, was established in about 1660 right before the King Philip War between the Puritans and the Wampanog's started. In 8th grade we went on a bicycle tour of the town where our teacher pointed out where people were murdered and scalped in the woods by the Native Americans.
COOL! Thanks for the reminder, Rob.
Posted by ryanne at 11:52 PM
Daniel Liss remixes the first known motion picture. Really beautiful.
Posted by ryanne at 1:12 PM
Sunday, December 11, 2005
Jonny played this video at Anthology the other night.
It's one of my favorites. Love how the kids come out and dazzle people.
Sometimes you see them practicing on the train platforms trying to out do eachother.
Posted by ryanne at 2:42 PM
Saturday, December 10, 2005
This blog was sent to me via Freevlog. Angela is a survivor of sexual abuse and made a documentary on her process of healing called Searching for Angela Shelton. She continues her process of healing on her videoblog!
Chances are, unfortunately, that more than half of you reading this are survivors of sexual abuse, this includes myself. I am so excited that she is videoblogging and sharing her processes and ideas for breaking the cycle of abuse in the world. Thank you Angela.
Posted by ryanne at 3:31 PM
Thursday, December 08, 2005
Brian is hilarious. He comes off all cool and genius in his films, but he's really just a geek.
So glad he's in NYC!
Posted by ryanne at 1:21 PM
Wednesday, December 07, 2005
Jen teaches us the benefits of eating whole foods and a lot less sugar. Yeah, it tastes good and it's good for you! Check out the original post for awesome recipes, trust me I've eaten some of these thanks to Kent and I do concur, they are yum.
Posted by ryanne at 2:43 PM
Tuesday, December 06, 2005
Saturday, December 03, 2005
my brother, logan, started a new videoblog. no bike racing, just art. and love
very nice. i like this one especially.
Posted by ryanne at 7:57 PM
duncan at 29 fragile days never ceases to amaze me.
beautiful moment, beautiful sound.
Posted by ryanne at 7:48 PM
I saw this video for the first time in my freshman Intro to Video class with Donald Burgy.
I was excited to see it again! This was all done in the early '90s on tape to tape VHS decks. These guys were nuts.
more on them here in this web site from 2003
Posted by ryanne at 3:38 PM
Thursday, December 01, 2005
I met Koan at BlogHer this summer where she decided to become a videoblogger (a certain someone was presenting it!). Her vlog is documenting a huge part of her life, the process of physically and legally transitioning from male to female. Really amazing stuff, so honest and open. These are the videos I live for.
Posted by ryanne at 11:33 AM