ryan is hungry

Following a short trail that started at Calibog, I just stumbled onto a relatively new site called Ryan is Hungry, which, if I understand correctly, is the project of two ex-television producers from the east coast who recently relocated to the Bay Area, where they’re working to bring videoblogging to the masses. I’ve just been poking around for a few minutes and I’ve already watched three very interesting video pieces; one a behind the scenes look at Technorati, one a look at the Josh Wolf case, and the other an exploration of the Hat Factory, the collaborative workspace the Ryan is Hungry folks share with a number of other likeminded geeks. (The Hat Factory model is an interesting one. They charge $200 a month for access to shared facilities. Single-day access is $10.) Anyway, it seems pretty cool and look forward to visiting often. Hopefully, they can keep up the energy. (I’ve even added a link in the right-hand column.)

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4 Comments

  1. Ted Glass
    Posted August 31, 2006 at 9:53 am | Permalink

    Here’s their announcment concerning the project and why they’re doing it:

    http://www.momentshowing.net/momentshowing/2006/07/make_a_communit.html

  2. mike_1630
    Posted August 31, 2006 at 5:44 pm | Permalink

    Yes – Ryanne is really great. I’m glad I had something to do with the “discovery” :)

    Speaking of vlogs… when are you get in on all the fun, Mark? According to VlogMap – there are no vloggers in Ypsi… and who better to start a strong online video community than you?

  3. Ted Glass
    Posted September 1, 2006 at 1:18 pm | Permalink

    Not to be confused with the site “Ryan is Horny.”

  4. Phyllis Smith
    Posted April 26, 2010 at 3:29 pm | Permalink

    Great idea. Anyone know if they made it?

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