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MacMost Now 412: What is HTML5?
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Gary... I’m partly deaf. I cannot hear you over the wind. Please don’t go outside again. :-)
when is iphone 3gs going to fix the problem w/ adobe? some web pages will load, but not the one w/ more adobe?
A bit off topic. But if you mean when will the iPhone support Flash: Never. Steve Jobs said so. http://www.apple.com/hotnews/thoughts-on-flash/
So field production in not as easy as one may think...
I will send the link to some of my client that think they spend too much for lighting and sound dept..
Maybe you can do an episode on looping or ADR. ; )
I always like your MacMost Now videos, but this time the sound quality is really poor!
Hi Gary, enjoy the podcast but the audio quality wasn't too flash due to the wind on this one. Why did you do an outside show? I was expecting to hear you say why you had departed from the usual look of the podcast.
What not? Don't like variety? Sorry about the wind. That was unforeseen.
Your podcast is fantastic. As a former pc developer, I have really struggled with my Mac, and your podcast has really helped me to make the transition. I got a kick out of this podcast though....You have to love the Staplewind!
Can you do this one again?? Without the wind?
This is an important video and should be redone. I don't know who's idea it was to do this outside but they should be taken behind the barn and taken care of.... You couldn't hear most of it for the wind. Please redo this INSIDE so that we can hear what you are saying and PLEASE don't do this again......
What in the world got into you? ... making your video in such windy location!
Your videos are generally very instructive and good ... in a silent environment. You need to redo this one. Sorry.
Loved the idea of doing it outside, though a wind proof mic is a must in order to do these sort of things. I think you should redo it outside, but taking the wind into account.
Ohh Gary! That wind is too much!
But lovely background! I didn't know you live in the country! You seem like a big city dude :-)
I do live in the city. That's a city park. Just a good angle to show only the park and the mountains in the distance. You can't see the tall buildings which are hidden by the angle.
Thanks Gary! Very informative to get a feel for the direction and capabilities of this important standard. It will be interesting to see the web developer take advantage. And thanks for the refreshing outdoors segment!
Get a wind proof mic!!!!!