Vlogging, acronym for video blogging, has a very short history started in the late year 2000. So said, the one who started this culture was a person named Adrian Miles, his vlog entry, to me, was rather a set of pictures in motion than a video. But there you go, the first vlog in the world.
Since now I am entering my Master final term, which I so happily declare, I have to choose a topic for my graduate case study. Meaning, I have to write about an issue/subject using all sorts of ridiculous theories and useless quotations from various books that is in no relation to the real topic, to look at that issue from 720 degree perspectives that in the end seems irrelevant and might make no sense at all in order to get just a pass.
It's like when I talk about EGG, I cannot just choose the topic EGG, I need to narrow it down whether it's chicken egg, dinasour egg, ostrich egg, human egg, etc.
Let's say I choose chicken egg, then I need to say physically, the egg is not round, slightly oval, brownish, smooth surface; biologically the egg has thin shell, got egg and yellow yolk inside; historically the egg is rumoured to be hatched from chicken primarily; practically egg is used for eating, hatching little chicks, throwing at people; artistically egg is an icon for reproduction and survival; semiotically, egg means food and chicken....... You get my point, utterly useless!
So for my thesis topic, I decided to enter the Vlogosphere and experiment it inside out. Better than viewing from all angles around it, no?
Why vlog? Cause I cannot choose blog, need to narrow down my professor said, too broad he said, you need to be specific he said.. ish, I get it I get it!
I like listening to music, and since I finally got my webcam functioning well (For those of you who knows why my webcam was not functioning before, shhhhh~~~), I decided to do a bit of song miming. While in my pj, I simply recorded this down and did a bit of editing.
Title: Ocean Deep