Monday, January 02, 2006

John W. Scherer Video Professor Blog January 2nd 2006

Another Worm
Yet another “wolf” virus in sheep’s clothing!
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So, is the future of TV big, or small?
One thing is for sure when it comes to television these days, bragging rights vary on whom has the biggest TV, or the smallest!
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CBS says Yahoo!
Ok, not that I’m getting this whole big screen-small screen deal figured out, CBS is telling me that all I have to do is Yahoo!
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2005 will last a little longer than expected
In our fast-paced society, every second counts. So for those of you trying to catch up on unfinished business in 2005, I bring you good news!
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The passing of a pioneer
Ever hear of a gentleman named John Diebold? If you have, you know what a visionary he was in the field of computing, believing when hardly anyone else did. If you never heard his name before, read on and appreciate the work he did to put that computer on your desk or your lap. Hail and farewell sir!
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Top Webcams of 2005
Webcams are becoming very popular. There are hundreds of thousands of them. Here are one group’s pick of the Top 25. And I must say I agree, with the exception of the Anchorage DMV. Enjoy views from around the world!
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Quote o’ the week (Actually interview of the week)
Bush: All of these. I put it on shuffle. Dwight Yoakam. I've got the Shuffle, the, what is it called? The little.
Hume: Shuffle.
Bush: It looks like.
Hume: The Shuffle. That is the name of one of the models.
Bush: Yes, the Shuffle.
Hume: Called the Shuffle.
Bush: Lightweight, and crank it on, and you shuffle the Shuffle.
Hume: So you -- it plays . . .
Bush: Put it in my pocket, got the ear things on.
Fox News anchor Brit Hume interviews President Bush about his iPod.

Site o’ the week
There was a time when animation was drawn, painstakingly, one frame at a time. Now computers are the tools of choice for animators. But here’s a site that combines the best of both worlds. You just might flip over this e-flipbook!
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Happy New Year everyone!
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