Today Misty and I celebrate our fifth anniversary in business together, and this morning I was inspired by a great article by Clay Shirky -- The Collapse of Complex Business Models.
Here at http://microchunk.tv/ in the six months or so that we've had our 3GS iPhones, we have experimented a few times with unedited realtime video broadcasting by way of http://www.ustream.tv/ ; shot, cropped, and shared many near realtime videos by way of http://twitter.com/ ; and shot, edited, and distributed several not realtime videos through http://www.tubemogul.com/ . Realtime is ideal for the moment, near real time is ideal for the event, and not real time is ideal for a longer story. But all three can be shot and viewed on a mobile device, and have a place in Mobile Media Marketing. Music: Kevin MacLeod
There is no place like home for the holidays, but we are grateful for the many trips we have taken over the last five years. Take a look! Music by Kevin MacLeod
We woke up in Monterey, CA to sunny skies and cold air. The waves were high, but the traffic on the way home to Auburn, CA was light.
Last Saturday we visited the http://www.montereybayaquarium.org/ and had a great time. The Secret Lives of Seahorses and Kelp Forest were my favorites. And it all brought back memories of http://microchunk.tv/2006/12/26/moody-gardens-feeding-time/.
It was mostly windy and rainy, but last Friday we drove down to Monterey, CA. It went pretty smoothly, and we were happy to see the ocean again.
The midday sunshine made mesmerizing patterns of rock and water. There's a haiku for you!
Yesterday the whole family went down to the Bear River and grilled up some brats for lunch.
WARNING! Kids, don't do this at home. This is a trained professional under parental supervision!
On the pier into Lake Tahoe, by the Pine Lodge (Ehrman Mansion), at the Sugar Pine Point State Park, in Tahoma, CA, we took a look around.