I was hoping the move to this new location to be a smooth one. Everything appeared to be going well but a couple of things have come up.
My feed won’t validate. I’m not bright enough to figure out how to fix this? Any feedgeeks willing to help?
My subscribers went from 156 to 349 in one day. Now it would be nice to think that my brilliant posts could potentially increase readership by over 100% but I’m suspect. Not sure what’s happening but something seems fishy. Now it would be nice to think that my brilliant posts could potentially increase readership by over 100% but I’m suspect. Not sure what’s happening but something seems fishy.
So if anyone cares to comment or offer advice on this one, please do so.… Read the rest
The Steve Jobs vs. Bill Gates discussion tends to lean heavily on the side of Jobs in terms of his presentation style, coolness and overall likability. I have no real thoughts on either but thought this video was one that tipped the scale back to Gates’ side. It’s a video shown to Microsoft employees that looks like someone grabbed their camcorder to pirate. If you like Napolean Dynamite, you’ll love this.… Read the rest
With the number of new photo and video sharing services that pop up daily, I appreciate someone that looks at them and offers a snapshot of the pros and cons of each. Here’s a great review of the top video sharing sites. I’ve tried a few of these services and certainly like youtube for its sharing and embedding into webpages.
Recently a number of these services are offering editing online as well. For quick and dirty edits, this offers a great solution.… Read the rest
Dan Weinstein has put together a simple but effective tutorial on Audacity using uploaded photos in his flickr account.
Nice innovative use of flickr. While products like Camtasia, Wink and Windows Media Encoder are much more powerful screencasting tools, I like the simplicity of using flickr.… Read the rest