Via @gadgetboy Below is a @GigaOM tour of Leo Laporte’s TWiT studio, in progress. All sorts of interesting tidbits for how smart digital allows smaller operations to make high quality content. Simple things he did: put the equipment in the basement and scattered holes in the floor for access to cabling bought 30 cameras for […]
Monthly Archives: July 2011
But actually as an ad: Similar to a recent moment at WWDC where Jobs got rousing applause for saying “it just works.” I’m told, but am still running it down, that this actually came from a Steve Jobs WWDC presentation where he was describing the project and laughingly said, “there’s no step 3”.
Getting circulated in the twittersphere is a 7 minute video displaying front “pages” of the NY Times website across 11 months. There are 12,000 screenshots, generally displayed for a fixed period of time (with some punctuation in the form of quick holds on a screenshot). For the first minute, I thought this was just another […]
Love it. Sleepy conveyor to the beginning of the cycle. Mad careening zig-zag path with randomizations from friction and other factors of physics. Slow to the end. Back to the sleepy conveyor.