When you record a video blog of yourself, giving updates about your life for everyone you know to watch on facebook. You can communicate big events that a status update won't cover the details of (such as car crashes, failed romances, new kittens, etc), and it's more exciting than writing a note.
Wallner: Did you watch Anna's latest video update?
Dunder: Yeah! It was so interesting, and her hair looks great!
Wallner: I never miss an update!
Videos on YouTube that are exceptionally stupid, primarily video blogs where the blogger goes on and on about nothing for an excessive 10 minutes (or more if it's a multi-part blog), in a boring, living room conversation format.
Jack: "Hey Phill, did you get that YouTube video I sent you?"
Phill: "You mean that video blog? That jerk-off took like an hour to say that he's not doing anything these days except failing to think of a better video to make. You're a jackass for even sending me that YouStupid video Jack".
Video Blogger - One who records a video blog.
A vlog or video blog is a blog (short for weblog) which uses video as the primary content
I record a video diary and put it on the web - I'm a vlogger!
A V-blog is a video blog, usually found on public video sharing sites such as YouTube.
Randy: Did you see Jake's V-Blog? It was amazing!
Travis: No, I haven't seen it, where can I find it?
Randy: Just go to YouTube and type in snwbrdrjake; it should be the first vid!
Travis: Sweet dude, I'm gonna go check it out!
YouTube is a website that allows users to upload and share videos worldwide. Launched in Febuary 2005 by three former members of paypal, YouTube has seen immense success, and as of March 2006 roughly 20,000 videos are uploaded daily.
-YouTube, "Broadcast Yourself."
I made a video blog on YouTube.
I found Audioslave concert videos on YouTube.
Parents should be aware of what their children post on YouTube, as there are many perverts and perverted comments.
The term "viral video" refers to video clip content which gains widespread popularity through the process of Internet sharing, typically through email or instant messages, blogs, and other media-sharing websites, such as YouTube. Viral videos are often humorous in nature and may range from televised comedy sketches such as Saturday Night Live's Lazy Sunday to unintentionally-released amateur video clips like Star Wars Kid.
The proliferation of camera phones means that many videos shot these days are shot by consumers on these devices. The availability of cheap video editing and publishing tools allows video shot on mobile phones to be edited and distributed virally both on the web by email and between phones by Bluetooth. These consumer shot videos are typically non-commercial videos intended for viewing by friends or family.
Did you guys see that viral video on YouTube the other day?
A video blog, blogging through video, see vlog.
I liked the guy's blog until he made a blideo, then I saw his face and freaked out.