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Some bandwidth data points on video streaming live events: iOSDevCamp Seattle 2010

Sat, 04 Sep 2010 19:22:39 +0000

Great question from Saul Kaplan came my way this AM via my pal Josh Mauldin. Looks like Saul is preparing a live stream for a Mini Maker Faire in Rhode Island on September 16th. Saul asks: Anyone have benchmark data on live streaming events? Estimating peak # for how many might simultaneously watch live stream […]

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Rives at TED: It is not a question of if you can, it’s do ya?

Wed, 21 Mar 2007 14:30:19 +0000

The TED conference videos are some of the most amazing pieces of free learning I have ever seen. While working out last week I was going through the que of them on my iPod when I came across this 4 minute piece by spoken word artist Rives — a riff on “If I Ran the […]

Screencasts on Camtasia 4 Flash and Quiz Features

Tue, 07 Nov 2006 15:53:38 +0000

Brooks Andrus has blogged some very nice screencasts on new Flash and Quiz features in Camtasia Studio 4. Brooks works for TechSmith, the company that makes Camtasia. I am just getting up to speed on the full feature set of this release, but it looks like they’ve got some nice variable output options for ipod […]

Cerner 2006: Blogs & Screencasts in the Quest for Training Attention

Mon, 09 Oct 2006 08:18:45 +0000

I am in Orlando today presenting a session called “Blogs & Screencasts in the Quest for Training Attention” at the 2006 Cerner Health Conference. From the session description: In the quest for user attention, blogs and screencasts are more that buzzwords. Join us as we examine how these technologies help organizations capture valuable elements of […]

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FooBar Sessions as Literature

Tue, 29 Aug 2006 13:51:45 +0000

Berkun has a great writeup of his FooCamp experience from last weekend. Sounds like a great time. Found myself nodding with this lowlight observation –– I’m guessing fewer sessions were recorded or taped this year. I don’t know why, but the vibe was much less about blogging, posting and publishing in real-time than last year. […]

Interviewed on blogs and podcasting in the corporate environment

Wed, 14 Jun 2006 13:39:03 +0000

Caught up with Stuart Maxwell of the Seattle Podcasting Network (SPN) a few weeks ago at the Seattle TechCrunch party. We talked about the challenges of using blogs, podcasting and new media tools in the corporate environment — great chat. I cover some of the ins and outs of spreading the vision for these types […]