Win year’s subscription to Netflix on 88Slide

I got to know the 88Slide folks a little better at VLoggerCon. This blog is a little video trivia show (it’s only one minute long every day). You watch them every day, answer the question, and get entered into a lottery for winning a prize.

Anyway, Noah Bonnett, executive producer, tells me they are gonna give away a one-year’s subscription to Netflix on next Thursday’s show.

So, that got me all wound up, as if I’m not wound up enough (today is my last day at Microsoft) so I go over to the Beachwalks’ video blog to see what’s up. What’s Rox talking about? Money, money, money. Talking about Bill and Melinda Gates’ foundation.

I can’t wait to do my own “walks on the beach” show — I’ll send it in to Rox for free. Rox has nicer beaches to play on with her dog.

I love the “Skype the Conch” button. Heheh. What a great lifestyle. Do you have a great lifestyle? Why don’t you share it all with us?

Oh, and if you think Videoblogging is just really lame, you gotta check out RabbitBites. Two rabbits rip various videobloggers into shreds. Hillarious!

26 thoughts on “Win year’s subscription to Netflix on 88Slide

  1. He he Robert, I am looking forward to your video blogs. I am thinking about having a guest beach walker once a month – maybe you’ll consider? The ingredients are usually (but not always):
    - a beach
    - a walk
    - a dog
    - a quirky take on life, that is connecting not divisive

    Congrats again on making the big leap into a smaller pond. It’s exactly the kind of story we like on Beach Walks – bravely venturing out of the known world into the unknown world and doing things differently.

    Aloha,

    Rox

  2. He he Robert, I am looking forward to your video blogs. I am thinking about having a guest beach walker once a month – maybe you’ll consider? The ingredients are usually (but not always):
    - a beach
    - a walk
    - a dog
    - a quirky take on life, that is connecting not divisive

    Congrats again on making the big leap into a smaller pond. It’s exactly the kind of story we like on Beach Walks – bravely venturing out of the known world into the unknown world and doing things differently.

    Aloha,

    Rox

  3. I’ll make sure I don’t overdose on podcasts and video blogs. I’ll probably start up a new blog specifically about those. It’s just that they have my attention right now for obvious reasons.

  4. I’ll make sure I don’t overdose on podcasts and video blogs. I’ll probably start up a new blog specifically about those. It’s just that they have my attention right now for obvious reasons.

  5. Please listen to Dileepa. I’ve visited less and less of this blog in the past few weeks. Guess you don’t care :) (about me that is)

  6. Please listen to Dileepa. I’ve visited less and less of this blog in the past few weeks. Guess you don’t care :) (about me that is)

  7. @6 I don’t think that’s gonna happen going forward. Scoble’s career is now totally dependent on people buying into the video blogging fad.

  8. @6 I don’t think that’s gonna happen going forward. Scoble’s career is now totally dependent on people buying into the video blogging fad.

  9. ^^ Now thats a nice golf course :) I used to play at Bingley St Ives (UK) not a links course, but had a few major comps in the late 70′s.

    Am I the only one who can’t stand watching beachwalks??

  10. ^^ Now thats a nice golf course :) I used to play at Bingley St Ives (UK) not a links course, but had a few major comps in the late 70′s.

    Am I the only one who can’t stand watching beachwalks??

  11. Well it’s not so much a lifestyle, but at the moment I’ve landed a great gig. Carnoustie Golf Links is hosting the 2007 (British) Open, and I’m blogging/vlogging/podcasting their preparations. You can follow along at http://www.carnoustiegolflinks.co.uk/blog

    The upside of this gig is that the Championship course at Carnoustie is a links course (i.e. by the sea) on the east coast of Scotland. So most sunny days I can be found wondering the beautiful course, chatting to great people about their jobs and what the Open will mean for them. Man, does it get any better than that? :)

    Cheers,
    Gary
    http://www.garyshort.org

  12. Well it’s not so much a lifestyle, but at the moment I’ve landed a great gig. Carnoustie Golf Links is hosting the 2007 (British) Open, and I’m blogging/vlogging/podcasting their preparations. You can follow along at http://www.carnoustiegolflinks.co.uk/blog

    The upside of this gig is that the Championship course at Carnoustie is a links course (i.e. by the sea) on the east coast of Scotland. So most sunny days I can be found wondering the beautiful course, chatting to great people about their jobs and what the Open will mean for them. Man, does it get any better than that? :)

    Cheers,
    Gary
    http://www.garyshort.org

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