GlueTube Has a New URLcomments (4) October 28th, 2008 in blogs
Welcome to the new home of GlueTube, the video blog from FineWoodworking.com that features woodworking clips produced by none other than you, our viewers. Starting with this post, this page has become the URL to visit for updates to our blog. And, if you subscribe to our RSS feed, you'll need to pick up our new feeds, which are available in the widget on the right in a variety of formats. You will still be able to browse our archive on the old blog, here.
Now almost two years old, GlueTube has been a pioneer in the area of community-generated online video. Each week our editors and community of woodworkers scour the Web in search of entertaining, educational, and sometimes controversial Web videos that relate to the topic of woodworking.
When we made our first post in November 2006, there wasn't a lot of inventory for us to choose from in terms of good woodworking videos. Today, there are more than a dozen woodworking video blogs that churn out regular video programming, and countless more home-video clips that find their way to the Internet. We've also evolved our posts to include professionally produced videos that are relevant to our audience.
In its new format, we're getting set to take GlueTube to the next step. Over the next several weeks you'll notice that we'll be hand-picking a few people to begin contributing their own video content to GlueTube. We're excited about these new tools and hope you are too.
Please post a comment below if you have any questions or suggestions about our new site.
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GlueTube is FineWoodworking.com's video blog that features self-produced videos about woodworking submitted by woodworkers around the globe. The videos featured here stream direct from video file-sharing Web sites including YouTube, Howcast, Vimeo, Blip.tv, Brightcove.tv and Google Video.
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