By Dave Huth
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Wednesday, April 05, 2006

People I Know: Mortality, Part 3

This week is "Videoblogging Week 2006." I'm posting a video in this 7 part series every day for a week. I hope that you find these videos thoughtful and provocative. Thank you so much for the interesting comments, e-mails, and links (such as here and here.)

Music by Josh Roydhouse via the Podsafe Music Network.

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Comments on "People I Know: Mortality, Part 3"


Blogger Anthony said ... (4/05/2006 1:12 AM) : 

Thanks again for sharing these honest looks into peoples thoughts on death.


Blogger Lan Bui said ... (4/05/2006 1:55 AM) : 

Great video series.


Anonymous karina said ... (4/05/2006 3:26 AM) : 

The first two videos I found myself agreeing with a lot of what people said. The third one, I found my views opposing the main idea. I'm really curious to see how people resolve (or not resolve) their thoughts about death. I think, personally, it will give me a lot of perspective about my own feelings and their universality (so to speak) or their individualist aspects.

This is a great series! Thanks!!


Blogger davidstith said ... (4/05/2006 8:58 AM) : 

These are getting better and better -- the use of floating text was less noticable this time but still quite effective.

I look forward to seeing these every morning!


Blogger dskippy said ... (4/05/2006 4:43 PM) : 

These are great, Dave. Thanks for being brave not only by posting this and thinking about it yourself but by not being too shy to ask others what they think as well. I need to learn to be more comfortable asking "tough" questions. Then maybe I could make something so powerful..


Blogger Batman Geek said ... (4/05/2006 7:13 PM) : 

I looked at this video first, I guess I should look at the other ones as well, it is very interesting......


Blogger JuanFalla said ... (4/09/2006 9:43 PM) : 

I think our society today (all western countries) handle death in a wrong way. I mean, we should CELEBRATE this as the person continuing their path in their existence.

I know we've been told to cry out loud and dress in black for a year and all that stuff, but Death shouldn't be lookd at as something negative, as it isnt.


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