To anyone here who might not be familiar with The X-Files Lexicon Blog, it is a companion site to our main site. It often features related topics, personal musings, and a range of subjects. We have a new blog entry of a video clip I shot, and had some help from a friend to put it togther in post production.
The clip turned out so well, and we are beginning to consider setting up, for fans from around the world, a space where fans could contribute and submit to the main Lexicon site.
Do you have a location in your town or neighborhood that reminds you of something you'd see on The X-Files?
Do you have access to a digital video camera?
We are working on the logistics for the main site, but details coming soon. What do you think about this?
We are considering adding video media content to The XF Lexicon over this year, rest assured, we will continue to keep the flow steady with publications of articles, interviews, and reference content. But we want to move forward and hopefully reach the widest demographic possible of fans from all aspects of the world.
To those whom are not familiar with The X-Files Lexicon blog, please check it out. If you like what you see please pass the word along, as this blog might be one of the better kept secrets on the internet.
I think this is great idea Matt. Perhaps when the video or photo is posted to The Lexicon, the actual screen shot from the episode can be posted next to it as well, to see just how similar things are.
Who knows, this may turn into a contest to see whose neighborhood location is the most like the original shoot.
Good luck with it.
Thank you Raskolnikov, I'm feeling out if there's a strong enough reaction to the idea. I feel it's a cool idea, if anyone wants to contact me with your thoughts, feel free to do so.
I like it. It's interactive, and puts a face to XFiles fans.