The 2016 Republican National Convention has taken over Cleveland this week.
And the political spectacle is being documented by everyone from Snap Chatters and bloggers to bloggers and gloggers.
That's actually not a word I made up but these guys have made up their own style of glogging.
What we're doing basically is, if blogging is traditional media, digital media and say for instance, vlogging is you're incorporating video and digital media.
And glogging is when you're incorporate graphics and digital media.
I like it.
Glog, we're gloggers.
Gloggers, and we're glogging.
And we run a glog.
Know what you're thinking, and yes, they're twins, twin gloggers.
Basically Jim and Tim Fielder have been walking around Cleveland, and Tim draws digital portraits Portraits of people in town for the RNC right there on his big tablet and while he's doing that his brother Jim is filming Tim drawing the people and all that the drawings maybe some video and some text all end up on the Brother's Glog which is at dieselfunk.com.
One two three blogging.
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