How Did a Good Guy Like Me Become a Duke Fan?

From the time I was in Middle School, I’ve been a Duke Blue Devil’s Fan. That’s really hard for some of my Kentucky friends to grasp, especially since I never went to Duke and lived in Florida my whole life.

Since I went to the Champions Classic this week (where Duke played demolished Kentucky), I made a video about why I’m a Duke fan.

I’d love it if you could take a few minutes to watch it…


By the way, it’s November, which is Videoblogging month. It coincides with National Novel Writing Month. Some people try to write a novel in a month. Others try to post a video everyday for a month. I might try the video thing again. Here’s my first video for November. Keep up with it on Mexico Movies, my videoblog.

Qik video from the beach in Huatulco

I took this video on my phone and streamed it live via while we were vacationing in Huatulco, Mexico.

Huatulco is in the state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico. That’s the Pacific Ocean in the video.

Videos of Life In Mexico

Videoblogging Week 2009 finished up last week. I tried to participate as much as I could, and like Steve Garfield says, many videos end up in different places. They don’t all make it to the videoblog because they don’t all fit the Mexico Movies theme.

Some are family videos, and some don’t have anything to do with life in Mexico. Some get posted to Qik and others get posted to Facebook or Vimeo.


For what it’s worth, here are the videos I made for videoblogging week 2009:

Day 1 – Tequila in Mexico (Mexico Movies)
Day 2 – Los Voladores (Mexico Movies)
Day 3 – Tacos al Pastor (Mexico Movies)
Day 4 – Bus Ride in Mexico City (Mexico Movies)
Day 5 – Dancing (via qik)
Day 6 – Nathan’s first time Bowling (Vimeo and Facebook)
Day 7 – Iztapalapa Passion Play (via qik)

Video: Round and Round

In case you didn’t know, this month is Videoblogging Month (VloMo). I’m making a video everyday for a month and posting them to the internet. This one is one of my favorites that I made yesterday.

My personal challenge is to take the videos with my iPhone using the Cycorder program available in Cydia. I get them onto my computer with a program called DiskAid and then upload them straight to Vimeo and Blip and also to our vlog (Mexico Movies).

You can watch everyone’s VloMo videos at MeFeedia. There’s a lot of great stuff being produced, so check it out.

I’ve embedded the video here for those who subscribe to the feed (usually, vids and pics don’t show up in my feed).

Round and round from Dennis on Vimeo.