Video Blogging (vlogging for short) is the next thing so says a Business Week article cited in Paid Content.
"Welcome to the latest Net phenomenon: video blogs, or what some folks call vlogs. Thousands of ordinary (and some downright nutty) people have begun posting a cornucopia of video fare on line, from self-indulgent art clips and earnest citizen journalism to sly political commentary. Experimentation is the rule, and eccentrics outnumber serious practitioners."
I've highlighted the last words because if you go to vlog.org you will find yourself at the site of The Village Light Opera Group (VLOG) one of the oldest and one of the few New York City Gilbert and Sullivan acting troupes left. I recently had to attend a performance of Princess Ida that they put on to lend support to a work colleague of my girlfriend. The audience was indeed filled with eccentrics who outnumbered the practitioners. Given VLOG's need for funding I wouldn't be surprised if some enterprising person tried to buy their URL.