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Blogtalk Downunder » faster neater sharper

Blogtalk Downunder
   May 19-22, Sydney

21/5/2005

faster neater sharper

Filed under: General — jenny @ 10:55 am

Well, I just couldn’t do a podcast. I got terribly bogged down in aesthetics, and I couldn’t decide what appropriate level of quality and editing was right for it. Plus, I haven’t really had enough time. But more the first point: I haven’t got a sense of the appropriate podcast aesthetics. I haven’t exposed myself to enough podcasts to decide how I want to do it… So I have done a .mov of my powerpoint. There is some different stuff in the powerpoint than in the paper, so there is some sort of reason to do it.

Thanks to James and all.

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