In a strange confluence of the digital universe, two of Australia’s leading internet thinkers: Stilgherrian (Stilgherrian Live) and Cameron Reilly (G’Day World Live); conducted live broadcasts last night.
The round out the seriousness, I broadcast and recorded my second “Stilgherrian’s Understudy” show
Some forwarning. I do swear. I do use technical words. Great music is included, and I do dis my present employer. And I have much to learn with this broadcasting caper; including getting thoughts out clearer. Almost scripted. Thanks to @stilgherrian for the inspiration.
Things for next time:
Music correctly sequenced at the beginning, and thematic
Opening sting of some sort
Donâ€™t drop words, and put thoughts into clear linear thoughts.
White balance at the beginning
Animate and vocalise more
Deliver jokes better
Determine a mechanism to make it true Q&A (maybe questions beforehand)
Learn switching process between videos and camera to make smoother
The recording does something weird at 19:34 when I played the music video
Hey, Jeffa The Geek Stories has the scoop, before The New Inventors: watch the interview with the Alive Tec CEO Bruce Satchwell – that blue device attached to the patient is made on the Gold Coast!
Emailing Bruce last night, apart from complementing me on my sharp eyes and good memory – he also broke the news that Alive’s Web Developer, Tim Hilliard, is wearing the monitor for the running of the bulls in Pamplona in a couple of weeks.
Alive have made a very crude map of the bull run route using Windows Live maps.