Here's a 'video blog' by Annie Lennox.
There's a lot of pressure, these days, for musicians to throw themselves into social media, to be videoblogging and Tweeting and MySpacing and poking and Beboing, to be creating these unviewed, unwatched, uninteracted-with mountains of 'content' to be pushed and pulled around the internet in the hope of somehow selling a few hundred downloads.
It kind of makes sense for some artists — Frankmusik, for example, has basically been electronically tagged by his label and his website even seems to lead you to his home. But that's a singer in his early twenties. It's impossible to watch that uncomfortable, stilted Annie Lennox video blog without feeling that Annie feels she has better things to be doing than recording a 'video blog'. To be fair, she'd probably be right.