A Documentary Project

Some potentially useful updates

Hi, I’m Vegan viewers, friends, and fans. I have some new tools at your disposal.

You and those you know can now subscribe to I’m Vegan via iTunes, through which you can download the h.264 1080p MPEG-4 files used as masters at the blip.tv site (one of the other hosts I’m using for propagating the series). These files will download as podcasts, then you can locate them on your computer through iTunes (right-click or ctrl-click on the episode to bring up a menu, then chose “Show in Finder”). Remember that you are not permitted to modify the profiles, but you might find it useful to download them for use instead of relying on embedding. For instance, you can save the files to a DVD to pass on to others or to show people in a kiosk or classroom.

Due to a technical glitch, it may take some time for I’m Vegan: Regina to show up in the list.

Also, note that the home page has changed a little for the sake of simplicity. However, it may not be obvious that you use the arrows located to the right and left of the main video to navigate to other video profiles currently available in I’m Vegan’s YouTube channel.

Finally, below the video I have added some information on veganism. For those non-vegans you send these videos or talk to about this project (or really anyone you want to look into veganism further), you can refer to them to the home page at vegandocumentary.com for an introduction to the whys and hows of veganism.

I hope you find these features useful!

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3 Responses to “Some potentially useful updates”

  1. Jeffrey Coolwater Says:

    This collection is beautifully done, Eric. The cross-sectional element is important in bringing the notion of Veganism as “mainstream” into public consciousness. Looking forward to more.

  2. eric Says:

    Thanks, Jeffrey. Stay tuned.

  3. eleanor Says:

    I really appreciate the time and effort that must be going into making these short documentary interviews. Thanks. My son has recently decided after being brought up vegan, that he is going to eat meat. It is causing a huge “elephant in the room” problem for our family. I wish you had more of your short documentaries featuring guys who are not afraid to be vegan or who have managed to get past the comments and the snide remarks about not being macho or being too soft – I would love to be able to send a link about your project to my son so that maybe he might watch some of the videos to see what people out there are saying about being vegan – but I know he would look for guys’ names and watch those. Thanks :-)

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