Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Video from London - Part 1 - Intros & Kathy Shaidle


Human Rights Commissions: Useful or Obsolete? Part 1: Intro & Kathy Shaidle from josephinejosephine on Vimeo.

Update: Welcome, readers of Five Feet of Fury and Blazing Cat Fur!

Update #2: Welcome, Mark Steyn readers! I will never stop kicking myself for being the woman who told Mark Steyn to be careful crossing the street on his way back to Queen's Park.

Update #3: Welcome, friends of Dr. Roy!

14 comments:

Roy Eappen said...

Thank you for the video!!

Josephine said...

You're welcome, Roy! Thanks for featuring it on your blog!

Blazing Cat Fur said...

Good stuff!

Josephine said...

Thanks, BCF!

Revnant Dream said...

Tip O'The hat to you for this work.
Its folks like you who are re-inventing a relevent media that the people want. Not from those who would tell us what we should see.
It like watching the birth of a new child. Popular Journalism.
JMO

Josephine said...

Thank you, Revnant Dream, I agree.

I studied journalism in college many years ago, believe it or not, and worked in public relations for a while.

I think there is a huge audience that is not being addressed by the regular media and that is one of the reasons why blogs are so important.

Kathy Shaidle said...

Aw come on: I scolded Steyn for not wearing a heavy enough coat that day!

Josephine said...

Did you really?! I feel much better now, Kathy, thank you!

Grantman said...

I would love to listen to this and the rest of the videos (when they get posted) but I can't spend the time viewing them.

Are they, or will they be, available as an MP3 file for downloading so I can listen to them on my commute? (Stuck with an hour plus daily...groan!)

Thanks, and thanks for all the good work.

Josephine said...

Grantman, that's a good question. I will have to investigate and get back to you. (This is the first time we've used Vimeo.)

JustAnotherWesterner said...

If you have Real Player installed, a pop-up appears over the video. just download (like I did) and watch forever.

Josephine said...

Belated thanks for the tip, JAW!

JustAnotherWesterner said...

Welcome.
I should have added, if you download a free little piece of software called "AVS Video Converter", available at "avs4you.com", you can convert it to an mp3, dvd, or half a dozen other formats.

Josephine said...

Thanks again, JAW!