Announcing and sharing your videoblog with family, friends, and associates may require a little education. Techie friends won't require much explanation as to how and why it all works. But others may need you to take some time and really show them what vlogging is all about. Remember our mantra when explaining the all-encompassing coolness of videoblogs: They're like Web sites but easily updatable, archive-able, and subscribe-able. Like the Web, the videoblogging community becomes more interesting, and more useful, as more people join it.
So if you find that you enjoy educating people about videoblogs and want to help them start their own, please check out our NODE101 project at http://node101.org. NODE101 was founded by four videobloggersMichael, Ryanne, Jay Dedman, and Josh Kinbergto create local media centers where people can teach each other to videoblog, collaborate, and simply hang out. If there isn't a NODE where you live, consider starting one.