Time is of the essence and I’ve found the following tools really useful in helping me tell visual stories without the hassle of complicated software.
Posts Tagged: multimedia
Andrew Krzmarzick commented on my blog post Answering Joshua Millsapps’ Question: Is remote work, too remote? by saying OPM surveys reveal that supervisors feel the biggest barrier to telework adoption is the, “Need to learn new skills for managing a remote workforce.” As I had referenced in my post my success in learning new skills… Read more »
Flying DEN to SLC last month, I met University of Utah public health professor Christy Porucznik. It was a convenient introduction; she was heading back to Salt Lake City after attending the APHA Annual Meeting, and I was looking for help making videos for SLVHD-TV, Salt Lake Valley Health Department’s YouTube channel. Porucznik and her… Read more »
Update (3/15/2010): I just found this simple little bookmarklet that makes it dead simple to download any YouTube video. Additionally, there’s another post here on GovLoop that links to what someone intends to be the definitive guide to YouTube with a lot of download options, software, and many other things.________________________________________I’m prefacing this post with the… Read more »
This is my rough draft in my work with the W3C E-Gov Interest Group. I wanted to get comments from those working on social media in government as we work to finalize our recommendations. Please keep in mind this is for an international standard, so I have no assumed that 508 compliance is required but… Read more »
Note: This post is of my own personal opinion and is not endorsed or supported by any local, state, or federal government agency. I really wish I had known about this sooner, and not just find out today. I was reading a recent issue of GCN magazine and saw a sidebar story about the U.S…. Read more »