It’s a Saturday afternoon, and I’m talking about my tests with Wirecast and Continue reading
This is actually less of a VLOG and more of an experiment while I’m testing out a recommendation from Telestream on an issue I started having with Wirecast 4.3. I do, however, cover my first week with the Samsung Galaxy S4, my very first Android device and Continue reading
I’m talking about Grass Fed Beef and me taking the plunge into the Android world.
My wife and I decided to start the Memorial Day weekend off with grilling, which we’ll then grill again Sunday and then Monday. Grilled chicken – something nice and lite. So, as usual, this is just shots of me going through my day…along with cats. Who doesn’t love cats in videos, right?
In this episode, I discuss Microsoft’s announcement of the new Xbox One. I personally am underwhelmed about this new product, but you’re free to make up your own mind.
So that I can share more of my boring life, I taken to recording myself, usually on my way home, and talking about anything and everything that happened during my day. In this first episode, I’m chatting about the fact that the closing on the refinancing of my house was finally set and scheduled, which is a welcomed relief for me and my wife.
I had the honor and privilege of being interviewed a few months back by Eric Philpott with Adobe. He was doing an article on podcasters and their workflow, specifically how they use Adobe Audition. He did a fantastic job on the article and I certainly appreciate him taking the time to focus on my podcasting activities.
So after a couple of weeks at my new job, the guys there decided they were going to start on a journey called “Couch to 5k”. On the first day of walking, that wasn’t exactly explained to me. Nonetheless, I enjoyed the walking and the fellowship of being with some dudes my age and just talking shit. It didn’t matter that we were walking almost 3 miles total, something I can’t say that I’ve ever done in one walk (well, in my younger years I know I have, but that’s been a while back).
The walk wasn’t exhausting. On the contrary, it was fun. What wasn’t fun Continue reading
When producing a live show that will become a downloadable podcast, if it’s audio only, you need a way of streaming that audio in real-time. There are many ways to accomplish this task with varying degrees of costs. If you’re simply doing a one-shot audio stream during the production of your show, then I suggest looking at a free service such as Mixlr. They offer free streaming Continue reading