[fr] Photos et vidéos de chats 🙂
Being a proper cat lady and an expert in social media I of course make sure my cats’ online presence is at least decent. Twitter doesn’t work too well because we only have one phone for the three of us, and I get to use it most of the time. On Facebook, I have thankfully (for my friends) joined a francophone “cat people” group where I post most of the kitty photos I take. Quintus and Tounsi do have their own presence on Facebook, though it’s spotty at best. (Do please like them, it’s good for their egos.)
During the last module of the social media and online communities course I direct, Thierry Weber came to give a couple of hours of training on YouTube and online video. I “played student” for the occasion, which inspired me to tinker a bit more with video in the future. I actually did some “videoblogging” early on, and was a rabid user of the initial Seesmic, but never really got into YouTube. Probably because I joined it early on (my username is “steph“, that should tell you) when it was still really crappy. (Which is why I used to post more to DailyMotion or Viddler.) I’ve also always found messing around with video formats and codecs and upload size a real nightmare, but now it’s much easier. With an iPhone and a programme like iExplorer to get the videos off it (warning: you have to pay), I’m actually looking forward to making some videos while I’m in India next month. Oh yeah: video editing… not so much for me. I shoot short sequences, throw them online, and that’s it.
So, without further ado, cat photos (Tounsi and Quintus) and videos from the last days.
- Video Angst [en] (2008)
- DailyMotion Problems [en] (2006)
- Fiddling With Video: Lightroom, YouTube, and iMovie [en] (2013)
- DailyMotion et vos droits [en] (2006)
- Talk: Be Your Best Offline Self Online [en] (2016)
- Seesmic Doubts [en] (2007)
- DailyMotion Problems Solved: View Robert's Video Now [en] (2006)
- Seesmic Tips [en] (2008)
- Lots of Going Solo News [en] (2008)
- Videos, Videos! And Kittens! [en] (2007)