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EPISODE 3 - POINT-BY-POINT FORMAT (ALTERNATING PATTERN) IN COMPARISON AND CONTRAST WRITING
EPISODE 3 OF COMPARISON AND CONTRAST IN MULTIMODAL COMPOSITIONS; INTRODUCTION TO RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION
(3:00) @kevinjshutt on Keek
EPISODE 1 - COMPARISON AND CONTRAST IN MULTIMODAL COMPOSITIONS
INTRODUCTION TO RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION
Success or Failure of JavaFX
The Augmenters versus The Extenders, Jul'03
Here is the link to the original writing, by Zee Charnoe, from which this audi-recording is produced: ...
Vanity, what is it? And do YOU display it?
a short audio message, with threads i hope tying to a point that will help you grow and relate in a deeper, more spiritual way of loving,...
Side by side. #Jawbone #Jambox, VS #Bose #Soundlink. In #binaural #audio.
EPISODE 2 - BLOCK FORMAT (AKA SUBJECT-TO-SUBJECT PATTERN) FOR COMPARISON AND CONTRAST WRITING
EPISODE 2 OF COMPARISON AND CONTRAST IN MULTIMODAL COMPOSITIONS; INTRODUCTION TO RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION
Internal microphone comparison - Zoom H1 - Olympus LS-100:
Here's an A/B comparison of the internal microphones of the Zoom H1 digital recorder, and the Olympus LS-100 recorder from the...
@documentally: Without headphones, you'd be hard pressed to tell anything anyway. On just the iPhone speaker, a great deal of not much. On stereo speakers on a good setup, the H1 has a lot of bass, and the LS is more widespread. Better or worse? I wouldn't like to say and define people's judgments, just different. Considering the price-point of both recorders (Under £100 for the Zoom H1 and £399 etc for the Olympus LS-100) the fact that they are so close and both so good is rather telling. Make of that what you will or won't.
What were your thoughts. To the untrained ear without headphones there seemed to be little difference.
Nikon D800E v Phase One IQ180 comparison - 60x40 inch print comparison yields SHOCK result
A debriefing after our first Google+ hangout in which we revealed the results of the D800/D800E vs Phase One IQ180 comparison.
Hi Kevin, Thank you for taking the time to listen and comment. The problem with showing files on screen is that they can never really show what we were seeing. Online photography forums and review sites are full of fairly meaningless comparison photographs cropped to 100%. The I80 wins that hands down. But it's not a real world representation. Nobody puts files that large on screen for normal portfolio applications. Our test showed that printed on 60x40 inch paper and viewed at a sensible viewing distance (ie, not with your nose right up against the print), the differences were there but minute. Certainly not reflecting the massive price difference between the two cameras. Hope that gives you some insight into our thinking.
It is unfortunate that one cannot stop or start the audio stream here on audioboo.fm. Seems like a basic. I've inadvertently stopped and restarted this page four or five times now, just getting logged in to post this comment. I suggest using YT or Vimeo. Your commentary on the D800E vs IQ180 is vital, and must include visuals.
Ridiculously long boo about #bigtest this weekend to help @omaniblog publicise the undertaking (helps if you know a bit about cricket)
#bigtest Just read the spec on the Phase One P45 digital back ! Astounding piece of photography equipment ... and similarly astounding price tag :/ mac.
Interesting project to look forward to ! If the cross media presentation is called " transmedia " are the participants " transmediants " :/ If at the same time a technical field comparison is being carried out on equipment , does that then create a completly new category / terminology ? what would that be I wonder :) mac.
This will be fun - it may also be a valuable bit of exposure for Nikon because it's an example of customers taking your product & testing it their way. This will also be watched by photographic magazines who until now had a monopoly on testing products. Bernie Goldbach @topgold has agreed to be our consultant/adviser in relation to the Google Hangout that he so brilliantly executed in Clonmel with local Chamber of Commerce & students at LIT multimedia department. The term "trainsmedia" has its students as it emerges alongside the new technology. But, for me, it is the emergence of new imagining that captures my passion. This experience will be communicated face-to-face, on telephone, in writing via Twitter & blogs, in still & moving imagery, in audio via Audioboo - Google Plus will be an experimental field - and there will be a trace left behind for the historians & descendants to pour over. History is being made - you are part of it as you read this. Thank you Roger Overall for letting me attach myself to the great idea that you "Circle of Confusion" have spawned.