I recently became aware of a challenge to one of our main claims to fame, namely that ROX was the first TV series on the Internet. When I was preparing for my talk at NOFCPUG I did a Web search that turned up a number of references to the Computer Chronicles as the first show […]Read More → We Were First! — Weren’t We?
I gave a thirty-minute presentation about ROX tonight to the New Orleans Final Cut Pro Users Group. I was a little nervous ahead of time, but it went smoothly. I managed to tell the story without major omissions or blunders. There were only eight people there, but the real downer was that Brian Gary, who […]Read More → NOFCPUG ROX
J just pointed me to this article on c|net, “Study: Broadband leaps past dial-up.” This means that for more people, watching video via internet will be easy, or at least less painful. Maybe it’s finally time for the World’s First Internet Television Series to hit it big.Read More → The Time Has Come
Had tea with the fabulous Heather Weathers at Bayou Coffee. Painted the alcove off our hallway a bright blue. There’s actually a long story here, but I think I can boil it down to this: Xy tried to give the alcove a porcelain crackle finish this summer, and it didn’t work out, so I’m remediating. […]Read More → Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood