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Video Hello and Thanks from Roger von Oech. (runs 90 seconds.)
(Thanks to Matt Jaunich of Sharkride.com for his video skills!)
Posted on 13 November 2006 | Permalink
Hello, Roger von Oech, Thanks
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Nice to meet you again. Gosh I like your video. What a great idea, but then I guess you've had a few of those. :)
Liz Strauss |
13 November 2006 at 11:43 AM
Nice to see you Roger - and the cat! You're right, video does bring a blog alive, I should move it up my 'to do' list...
Mark McGuinness |
13 November 2006 at 12:12 PM
Hey Roger, great idea. I think more people should do the same, the video really puts on the table what person you are.
Daniel Scocco |
13 November 2006 at 12:34 PM
So you're turning into a vlogger eh? I thought the compression was fine, the audio could use some love though, try testing a sock or nylon over the mic, it helps reduce the high notes, or some sound board around (or in front of you off camera) to contain the echo effect. I'm sure audiophiles have tons more tips, how about an audio blog? ; )= And as you dive more into this medium, you can add graphics, photos, etc. with iMovie, it's super simple. It's a great use of the medium to deliver a heart felt thank you, but be judicious of the use (does the video help the message?), as it just might appear like so many out there, using video because it's the new thang.
ps - I know your products from about 10 years ago. It's good to meet the author in this forum.
13 November 2006 at 12:44 PM
Hello again Roger. :) Great to see and hear you.
You are becoming a case study for participation vs. observation. Meaning you've made the jump and haven't looked back.
Great to see. Keep it up.
David Armano |
13 November 2006 at 01:46 PM
I think for the right person, like yourself, the video increases the dynamics at Creative Think. I haven't mustered the nerve to even put a picture up on mine, let along a video :-0
13 November 2006 at 04:11 PM
Great video! Glad to see you actually got it worked out. And that might have been the greatest sign off ever. :)
Paul McEnany |
13 November 2006 at 05:19 PM
Happy whacking, heeh.
Yeah it's always great to see dummy movies at youtube, it is stupid, no doubt, but beyond funny we really can see SOMETHING inside, you know.
Joey from Taiwan |
14 November 2006 at 07:47 AM
Roger - great jump into video blogging! Now I can put a voice and style to your face and writing. It really does help complete the picture.
Nice to "meet" you!
ann michael |
14 November 2006 at 09:28 AM
Nice to talk to you today. I think your video is a great idea and well done. You have a really wonderful energy about you. You come across as fun, enthusiastic, interested and sincere.
That said, I'm going to go finish the chapter!
Teresa Twomey |
14 November 2006 at 10:55 AM
A weekend off, a day out on a shooting... and what do I discover on your block when I come back? "Wack" here you are with a nice video post!
Thanks for that, Roger. Just love it. Great to see you and "feel your energy" as you mention. It works!
14 November 2006 at 03:47 PM
Bravo for doing the brave video step. Impressed. You just light up when you talk "the whack". Ain't that what life's about?
Welcome to the inside of the 'sphere. And I dig the cat.
19 November 2006 at 08:43 PM
What a whack I got reading all of this. So now you're a Bloddy blogger :-)))
I need a Hair Blog! What a fun place this is.
Mary Vasconcellos |
18 April 2007 at 09:39 PM
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