BiReCon 2010 and thought, these could do with a bit more work. I've already variously posted transcripts of them (with, on more recent listening, the odd word awry - sorry!); I suggested that subtitled versions of the videos would be good thinking someone else might have the skills and a little time and take the idea up.
Well, no-one else did that, so now I've started work on putting subtitles on each film so that people who are deaf, h-o-h or whose main languages are not English have a better experience of the videos. It takes a bit of voom and my life's quite busy in places so they are happening on a one-or-two-a-week basis, but getting there.
Here are the first few:
* Robyn Ochs: Why we need to 'get bi' http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_1gfjWBZVo
* Anna Einarsdottir: Civil partnerships http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S9np9ChMfZs
* Miguel Obradors: biphobia http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=thWLNFJgtsA
It's been very interesting starting to play with video software and quietly inspiring some thoughts on other work I want to do with youtubey material.