Archive for January, 2006


Episode 18

On this week’s “Tech, No Babel”, mp3 compression settings, using iTunes to compress audio, using test patterns, and much, much more.

Additional resources:

iPod & iTunes for Dummies
Test Pattern DVD
Another Test Pattern DVD

Paul

Episode 18

On this week’s “Tech, No Babel”, mp3 compression settings, using iTunes to compress audio, using test patterns, and much, much more.

Additional resources:

iPod & iTunes for Dummies
Test Pattern DVD
Another Test Pattern DVD

Paul

Blog Test with Writely

Just for giggles, given that I’m writing in Flock, I’m posting this from Writely.com. It has a cool blogging feature that enables me to blog in a more word-processing-like environment. This should stop me from misspellings (using the spell check, even though it didn’t catch “thsi” when I meant “this” ) and tables like this:

Word processor Online?
Writely.com Yes
Word No

Now, let’s see if this works.

Paul

New comment line number

Okay, problem solved. The new number is 206-339-T,NoB. So, instead of 350, use 339. That’s it. The number is fixed on the side column, too.

Paul

So I called the 206 number to day and to my chagrin, someone else’s message came on. I guess it’s down, so don’t use it.

The next show is recorded, and I’ll try to edit it and get it up soon.

Paul

Thanks to Josh for upping my bandwidth. I’m the biggest site he hosts, so this is a big favor. I guess I’ll be recording a new show tonight after all. Stay tuned.

Paul

Next Episode is Delayed

Due to some scheduling conflicts and bandwidth issues, the next episode will be delayed. I hope to figure it all out tonight, though.

Paul

If you haven’t seen “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe” go watch it. It’s epic like “The Lord of the Rings” movies and just plain rocks. I was balling like a baby as Aslan went to the stone table.

Paul

If you haven’t seen “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe” go watch it. It’s epic like “The Lord of the Rings” movies and just plain rocks. I was balling like a baby as Aslan went to the stone table.

Paul

Make your own fig-rig

Go to DVXUser.com for directions on how to build a camera support called a Fig-Rig for $30.

Paul