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So it turns out that Demetri Martin, who I know from The Daily Show and who appeared in Microsoft’s Soapbox video sharing site, is doing a whole series of videos for Microsoft called Clearification. You can tell after a few videos where this thing is going – how Windows Vista is going to change your
Kodak – “They’re going to turn the schmaltz back up to 11” How’s that for a tag line. This is one of those internal company videos that got released to the public, ala the “Microsoft Designs the iPod Package” and it’s gone viral. You know what they say, you can’t fix the problem until you
Watch the video for my reaction to Jon Udell going to Microsoft. Now that you’re up off the floor, listen to the interview he does of himself answering the pertinent questions. It sounds like a great job and I can think of few people more capable. Good luck Jon! UPDATE: Scoble’s Take. Rex Hammock’s Take.
I’ve been using a product from Serious Magic called Visual Communicator since it came out in 2001. An email in my inbox alerted me that the company has been acquired by none other than Adobe! It’s always serious news when a product you have known and loved gets bumped into the big time, and it
I had the opportunity to work on getting the video of President Frawley’s Inauguration up on UMW’s website this weekend. The people who asked me to “work” on a Saturday forgot how much fun this kind of stuff is to me. While the job of capturing video and editing is not hard work (and I
I like talking about video. I like watching TV. I like watching movies. These days the video takes all forms. VHS tape is still around (at least that’s the rumor), DVDs are going strong, and HD-DVD and Blu-Ray videos are making waves. Don’t forget web video. It’s low quality, generally, but still very watchable (ever