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Thursday, May 10, 2012

Ericast 189 - Iowa Gets Motivated!

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I promised an update from my Des Moines, Iowa road trip... and here it is.  I explain why it is that I have a strange affinity for the Get Motivated seminars.  And why I married a blonde.  Really.

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Tuesday, May 01, 2012

Ericast 188 - Why Do Video?

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The results are in (such as they are) and it really and truly does seem that we're stuck with that ugly link in the feed because someone at Blogger Central decided to eliminate the "link" option in the post title.  Unbelievable.

Other than that, the interface seems nice.  So while this doesn't quite rise to the level of, "Other than that, Mrs. Lincoln, how was the play?"... it's still pretty annoying.  (And judging by the Googling I've done, I'm not the only podcaster who's disappointed in the change.)

This week's episode is some rambling about the challenge of doing video and, in particular, the challenge of making the audio in a quick-and-dirty YouTube video any better than garbage.  Does anyone have suggestions for that (or, conversely, are there any alternative sites that handle audio-editing in video clips better than YouTube does)?

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