Today marks the launch of a new feature on the Web site: a video version of OnWard and UpWard. I'm doing this for a couple of reasons:
1) The Web's multimedia capabilities give the ability to present content in different ways, including video. If we restrict ourselves to just the written word, we're missing some of what it can offer.
2) I have a passion for video and filmmaking. This lets me combine several areas of interest, and bring you something new.
Note that this doesn't mean I won't be writing the regular blog now -- not at all. I'm just expanding my horizons beyond text-only communication.
Please let me know if you like this by commenting below, or emailing me directly. I'll be doing more in the future, and want you coming back -- let me know how I can make these better.
Posted by Keith Ward on 09/27/2011 at 4:59 PM
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