This morning I had the opportunity to check out a brand new form of video camera called Mevo with my friend and colleague, Jeff Herring. Essentially it’s like having a TV studio at your fingertips using their camera and your mobile device (as of the time of this post iPhone and iPad only so far; Android users, once again, you’ve got to wait your turn!).
Years ago when DVD players came on the market and started to become commonplace in many homes, my husband and I debated whether we should get a DVD player. My argument, admittedly weak as it was looking back now, was that VHS was the industry standard and had been for years. I thought FOR SURE the DVD player and the DVDs to go with them were going to be like the Betamax machines and tapes, which were popular with enthusiasts and early-adopter technologists, but never really caught on in the mainstream.
Oh boy. What have I gotten myself into THIS time?! You can keep up with my progress on Facebook, YouTube and here on my blog (as soon as I’m home from my vacation and get all the videos uploaded everywhere). I’ll tell you one thing, if it wasn’t for the accountability with my friend, video … Read more
Funny story, really… A few months ago, out of the blue I received an email from someone I’d never met, Nathan at Wallaby Web Design, inviting me to participate in a contest. All I’d have to do to win the $16,000+ prize package was make a 5-minute or less video explaining why I should win … Read more
When you create an online course, your purpose is to get people interested enough to sign up, right? Well… here’s a lesson I learned about that just last week that I thought I’d share with you. It seems the language I was using for my upcoming Speaking on Video Boot Camp 2.0 program was actually … Read more