Archive for December, 2005


I promised another episode before the end of the year and here it is. In Episode 15, I talk about how to protect your gear during winter weather, the hardest lesson for an artist to learn, giving your videos a more film-like appearance, listener email, and much, much more.

Paul

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Podcasting helps churches

There’s a great article here about how podcasting is helping church attendance. Soon you’ll all be able to subscribe to my church’s services too.

Paul

Podcast Cartoon

Joel Osborn just emailed me a link to a cartoon about podcasting. Sometimes I feel like that guy, but when you email or send in comments, it helps.

Paul

-“Protecting your gear during winter weather.”
-“The hardest lesson for an artist to learn.”
-“Tricks to getting a better “film” look in your video.”
-Much, much more.

I’ll record after Christmas and before New Years.

Paul

-“Protecting your gear during winter weather.”
-“The hardest lesson for an artist to learn.”
-“Tricks to getting a better “film” look in your video.”
-Much, much more.

I’ll record after Christmas and before New Years.

Paul

Listener survey

If you could do me a huge favor and to here and fill out a quick survey, it would help me out a TON! I just want to know about my listeners so I can better tailor the shows to your needs.

Thanks.

Paul

Click here for Episode 14.

On this week’s episode, the three stages of production, Editing video from a live event, The most important (and most overlooked) step in church production, and much, much more.

Paul

The three stages of production, Editing video from a live event, The most important (and most overlooked) step in church production, and much, much more.

Paul

The three stages of production, Editing video from a live event, The most important (and most overlooked) step in church production, and much, much more.

Paul

So Frappr.com is a site that allows people to create Google maps with “push pins” where people live. I’m on the map. Please add yourself, I’m just curious. It’s at frappr.com/technobabel .

Paul