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Vlog & Video

Vlog & Video: Your Kind Of Story

Welcome back to the ZS Roe Blog. I’ve been away on vacation for a week, but am now back and ready for…well, more of the same. As I’ve said before, day-to-day, my life is fairly uneventful; that, however, does not mean that this site needs to be. If you’re a returning reader, then you know that I’ve been talking about making a few changes to the website, and those changes begin today with a new segment, Vlog & Video, and on Saturday with a modified The 168 Turnaround (but more on that on Saturday).

In a nutshell, Vlog & Video will be a rotating segment. I’ll post a new Vlog for two weeks of every month; during the other two weeks, I’ll post and comment on my favourite videos from around the web. In other words, one week will be a vlog post, and the next will be a favourite video post. If you guys like what you see and read, then I’ll keep things as they are; if not, then I’ll consider making changes.

With today’s post, I’m introducing something that is entirely out of my element: a vlog (or video blog). It’s something new, and something I have no experience with. Nevertheless, I’m happy with this week’s vlog, and am especially excited for you to see it. And, please, let me know what you think—I’d enjoy hearing anything you have to say.

The ZS Roe Vlog: Your Kind of Story

Vlog & Video is a rotating segment where I post a new Vlog for two weeks of every month; during the other two weeks, I post and comment on my favourite videos from around the web.  Please leave a comment or question—all opinions are welcome, and all contributions are greatly appreciated. If you like what you read here, please subscribe.

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One thought on “Vlog & Video: Your Kind Of Story

  1. I definitely like the vlog! I think you will do well with it and it will be a nice addition to your repertoire. It’s too bad you can’t have a camera set up which allows you freedom to move around. But at the end of the day, content will be more important than the technical aspects. Good luck and looking forward to it!

    Posted by Rev Scott | September 6, 2011, 7:43 am

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