Monthly Archives: September 2009

The future of editing is in its past

Tom Skowronski often wonders in a blog over at Videomaker where editing is going, and why does it have to be complicated. The answers to his many questions are actually at hand, if one has any experience across the digital … Continue reading

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The fires this time- having the luxury of a distant perspective

My friend and not too distant neighbor Doc Searls posted a geological outlook on the ecosystem here in fire plagued California. And he looks both past and present in doing so. Doc is always a good read. And inspired my … Continue reading

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