Friday, 31 March 2006
21st UK AES Conference to Address ''Audio at Home"
The AES UK Section Committee’s 21st annual conference will focus on “Audio at Home.” Scheduled for Thursday and Friday April 6 & 7 in New Hall College, Cambridge, the conference will offer a special AES Technical Education Day on Saturday, April 8.
[Via Digital Pro Sound News]
I've been following the mixup...
To me, asking why you should use blogs is like asking why you should answer the phone. It might be a customer, a developer who wants to use your services, or a reporter who wants to write about the company. Your competitors answer the phone, so you should too.
[Via Scripting News]
GarageBand for pro use: Introduction
GarageBand is truly exceptional for capturing, editing, sweetening and layering audio and music for amateur production use. For podcasting, narration, voice-overs and presentations, GarageBand is all you need until you decide to go pro.
[Via Enterprise Mac]
Feature: 30 pivotal moments in Apple's history
To mark Apple’s 30th anniversary, our sister publication Macworld UK tapped Apple Confidential 2.0 author Owen W. Linzmayer to pick the 30 most pivotal events in each of Apple’s 30 years of existence
Apple at 30, Part 1: From the Apple I to Jobs ouster
Thirty years ago on April 1 -- and no, this isn't a joke -- Apple Computer was born. The company and its once and future leader, Steve Jobs, spent the next three decades trying to change the world.
[Via Computerworld Macintosh News]
BBC NEWS | Technology | How much do you know about Apple?
Thirty years after it was founded on 1 April 1976, Apple Computer has grown from a tiny start-up to a household name and cultural icon. But how much do you really know about Apple?
I was 8 for 10.
A tale of 2 CBC's
The juxtaposition of 2 articles in the Globe today will tell you way more about the CBC than the articles themselves:
The CBC is cash-strapped
The CBC has a cash surplus
I've always found the end-of-fiscal spending spree odious, and this year's particularly so, what with the lockout money that is not lockout money. And every year departments burn cash on new carpets and tell the casuals that there is nothing in the budget for a full time position.
But if they wait around 'til next year...
[Via The Tea Makers]
Creating a Compressor Droplet
Larry Jordan has a very useful tip on how to create a
Compressor droplet, one of those files that lie on your desktop (or a folder if you prefer) that you can drop a video
file onto and it will automatically compress based on the droplet settings. The cool thing is that won't even open the
[Via DV Guru]