Archive for April, 2010
A friend and colleague asked this question via Facebook; my response is shared below, and I am interested in any “off-the-top-of-you-head” suggestions you may have.
I thought in lieu of using Camtasia, with which I would need a license from a college, would I be able to export a narrated powerpoint or keynote presentation into a video file? I read that you can do this with keynote to create quicktime videos. Audio podcasts are easy with Audacity, but I’d like to be able to create this ‘video lectures’ on my own.
Back in late March, I posted Don’t Buy HP: A Rant. It was unfortunate that my exchange with HP required such a post; however, I was fortunate to have direct access to the HP Executive Customer Service group, at HP corporate, via their twitter account: @hpsupport.
As I mentioned in that previous post, I had certain expectations, and Jeff C. worked as best he could to meet those expectations, though unsuccessfully at first (which prompted my post). When it was all said and done however, Jeff C. was able to talk to those at HP that could make an exception to the rigid policies which dictate how licensed HP service centers respond to warranty requests. More >