Saturday, January 23, 2010

Post with the Most: the entries so far

The 2010 Post with the Most blogging contest is underway. So far there have been 4 high quality entries submitted. If you write, read, paint, play an instrument, or perform in any way and have a blog or have thought about writing a blog this is an opportunity to showcase your work. contests like these  help connect and expose you to others interested in pushing citizen generated content into a rich new context. The contest has received some encouraging support from elsewhere in the blogosphere, including Abbas at 3QD and Bora at a blog around the clock.

Here are the entries so far...

Monday Musing: the greatest of all time by Abbas Raza 

A Natural History of my instrument: by Alicia Jo Rabins 

A Natural History of My Mishearing: by Ed Skoog 

Natural Histories Project: by Sean Hill

Please submit your own entry by posting a link in the comments below. For more details on the criteria for posts visit the original competition announcement here. In a nutshell, we are looking for entries using at least 3 different forms of media. These forms include, but are not limited to - text, static images, audio, video, and any other medium, even those not yet known to the world.

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Ivor Tymchak said...

My entry for your competition. I should point out that the backing music to the video is my old band, 'Gentle Ihor's Devotion'. Thanks.

tompainesghost said...

Thank you so much Ivor for your entry! I will quickly be posting an update on the competition. It seems like there is a video at the end of your post but it does not show up on my computer at least the old computer I'm using right now. Does this video require a plug-in or something? Let me know so We can all see you work!

Ivor Tymchak said...

Funnily enough, when I use Firefox on my Mac I can't see the video either! Safari does show it though.

It's just an embedded YouTube video so no plug-ins should be required.
Here's a link to where it is on YouTube.

Ivor Tymchak said...

Did some research and identified the problem. It's not with Firefox but with the WYSIWYG editor in Wordpress. You have to turn it off when embedding videos. A nice man in a YouTube video showed me.

Anyway, it is there now and it plays. Sorry for messing you about but hey, I learned something as a result!