Posted by Brad J. Ward | Posted in Lifecasting, Mascot, Recruitment, Web, YouTube | Posted on 02-29-2008
YouTube has given the big thumbs-up to lifecasting, with plans to offer the ability to stream a live feed, according to WebWare reports. It’ll be interesting to see how they approach this, and I’m definitely excited.
Between uStream, Stickam, Yahoo! Live, and many others, we will definitely have some choices for implementing our lifecasting. That’s right, after getting denied on student lifecasting nearly 9 months ago now, I am in the process of setting up lifecasting on our admission site. No, not students… Butler Blue II.
Yep, a live feed of our slobbery mascot dog and his daily adventures. We figure it’s a little safer since he doesn’t drink or party too hard. I have been lifecasting my dog for 8 months now (but still figuring out logistics in the new house, we should be live again next week), so I’m well experience in canine camerawork. It’s all part of a new multimedia area I am working on putting together to try and breathe some life into our site, which is approaching 1.5 years of stagnancy. More to come.
Isn’t he handsome?
Oh, and Happy Leap Day!