The murmur of the snarkmatrix…

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Now that everyone else in Minnesota is hyping it, I guess I gotta give up the goods for the Snarkerati. Chasing Windmills is a cinematic daily black-and-white vlog exploring revealing and troubling moments in the life of a fictional couple. All episodes are written, shot and edited by the two main characters, who are a couple in real life. It is fantastic.

It’s also kind of awkward when I occasionally spot the couple in my travels around Minneapolis, given the nature of the material. I kind of want to go up to them and say, “Hey! I love your vlog!” But I feel even more voyeuristic than when I meet other folks I’ve known through their blogs.

4 comments

Hey cool, you watch Chasing Windmills too! I love it. I ususally just watch it once a week or so and catch up on all the ones I missed.

I’m so glad they are finally getting some press. They sure deserve more!

Great to see you @ Rex’s party BTW.

Wow — that guy from the Rake knows what’s up! That piece sums up The State of the Vlog better than anything else I’ve seen.

Don’t be silly! Always say hello.

Don’t do it Matt. Vloggers can’t be trusted.

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