ericmortensen:

Long before vlogs/web series/etc. had a name, Jennifer Ringley of Jennicam fame had a show. Research at the wayback machine suggests that these episodes are roughly 15 years old.
Some of these are really only significant for their historical value. Others are genuinely interesting. I’ll leave it up to you to decide which are which. Also, I hope you like ancient RealMedia files. 
Episode 1
Episode 2
Episode 3
Episode 4
Episode 5
Episode 6
Episode 7
Episode 8
Episode 9
 Episode 10
 Episode 11
 Episode 12
 Episode 13
 Episode 14
 Episode 15
 Episode 16
 Episode 17
 Episode 18
 Episode 19
 Episode 20
 Episode 21
 Episode 22
 Episode 23
Episode 24
Episode 25
 Episode 26
 Episode 27
 Episode 28
 Episode 29
 Episode 30
 Episode 31
 Episode 32
 Episode 33
 Episode 34
 Episode 35
 Episode 36
 Episode 37
 Episode 38
 Episode 39
 Episode 40
 Episode 41
 Episode 42
 Episode 43
Six years ago, I rescued these videos from extinction via my old blog. Now I’m rescuing them from the ruins of that same old blog. At some point I’ll add to this post, but I need some where to dump this right now. 
UPDATE: Fixing some broken links. Stay tuned. 

Wow. I remember hearing about these in ‘04 when the NYC videoblogging stuff started happening, but I’ve never seen them. Reminiscent of Justin Hall. ericmortensen:

Long before vlogs/web series/etc. had a name, Jennifer Ringley of Jennicam fame had a show. Research at the wayback machine suggests that these episodes are roughly 15 years old.
Some of these are really only significant for their historical value. Others are genuinely interesting. I’ll leave it up to you to decide which are which. Also, I hope you like ancient RealMedia files. 
Episode 1
Episode 2
Episode 3
Episode 4
Episode 5
Episode 6
Episode 7
Episode 8
Episode 9
 Episode 10
 Episode 11
 Episode 12
 Episode 13
 Episode 14
 Episode 15
 Episode 16
 Episode 17
 Episode 18
 Episode 19
 Episode 20
 Episode 21
 Episode 22
 Episode 23
Episode 24
Episode 25
 Episode 26
 Episode 27
 Episode 28
 Episode 29
 Episode 30
 Episode 31
 Episode 32
 Episode 33
 Episode 34
 Episode 35
 Episode 36
 Episode 37
 Episode 38
 Episode 39
 Episode 40
 Episode 41
 Episode 42
 Episode 43
Six years ago, I rescued these videos from extinction via my old blog. Now I’m rescuing them from the ruins of that same old blog. At some point I’ll add to this post, but I need some where to dump this right now. 
UPDATE: Fixing some broken links. Stay tuned. 

Wow. I remember hearing about these in ‘04 when the NYC videoblogging stuff started happening, but I’ve never seen them. Reminiscent of Justin Hall. ericmortensen:

Long before vlogs/web series/etc. had a name, Jennifer Ringley of Jennicam fame had a show. Research at the wayback machine suggests that these episodes are roughly 15 years old.
Some of these are really only significant for their historical value. Others are genuinely interesting. I’ll leave it up to you to decide which are which. Also, I hope you like ancient RealMedia files. 
Episode 1
Episode 2
Episode 3
Episode 4
Episode 5
Episode 6
Episode 7
Episode 8
Episode 9
 Episode 10
 Episode 11
 Episode 12
 Episode 13
 Episode 14
 Episode 15
 Episode 16
 Episode 17
 Episode 18
 Episode 19
 Episode 20
 Episode 21
 Episode 22
 Episode 23
Episode 24
Episode 25
 Episode 26
 Episode 27
 Episode 28
 Episode 29
 Episode 30
 Episode 31
 Episode 32
 Episode 33
 Episode 34
 Episode 35
 Episode 36
 Episode 37
 Episode 38
 Episode 39
 Episode 40
 Episode 41
 Episode 42
 Episode 43
Six years ago, I rescued these videos from extinction via my old blog. Now I’m rescuing them from the ruins of that same old blog. At some point I’ll add to this post, but I need some where to dump this right now. 
UPDATE: Fixing some broken links. Stay tuned. 

Wow. I remember hearing about these in ‘04 when the NYC videoblogging stuff started happening, but I’ve never seen them. Reminiscent of Justin Hall.

ericmortensen:

Long before vlogs/web series/etc. had a name, Jennifer Ringley of Jennicam fame had a show. Research at the wayback machine suggests that these episodes are roughly 15 years old.

Some of these are really only significant for their historical value. Others are genuinely interesting. I’ll leave it up to you to decide which are which. Also, I hope you like ancient RealMedia files. 

Six years ago, I rescued these videos from extinction via my old blog. Now I’m rescuing them from the ruins of that same old blog. At some point I’ll add to this post, but I need some where to dump this right now. 

UPDATE: Fixing some broken links. Stay tuned. 

Wow. I remember hearing about these in ‘04 when the NYC videoblogging stuff started happening, but I’ve never seen them. Reminiscent of Justin Hall.