Oct 16, 2007 at 4:42 PMNice video. Might I suggest one of those fancy wind-cancellation mics for outdoor interviews though?
My plan is unfolding! Now that Adam has been removed, I can move in and begin working with the c9 team....yes, yes I can see it now, it will be a glorious moment!
Mike, Fellow Sampson, put in a good word for me
I'm actually going to be applying for a job at Microsoft
in the new future I think. I'd love to work with the c9
Gotta work on my portfolio a bit more, so that Sandquist
can't resist me when I apply
Mar 12, 2007 at 5:01 PMThis was an awesome video. The first demonstration was excellent, I really loved that. The second, meh, not too impressed with it. I mean, seems a little 1995-ish? What I think of here is seeing my math teacher from middle school doing algebra on the over-head projector. Writing on the projector as his silhouette is cast upon the wall. I really don't see this as much of an improvement over that.
But, the first demonstration is amazing! Rory, as always, love the personality and the "realness" about your enthusiasm! Keep up the great work!
Mar 10, 2007 at 8:20 PMfunkster_smokey wrote:Hi,
I am facing some difficulties in watching this video? (No Video streaming only audio!)
Jadeja Dushyantsinh A.
We pretty much all had that problem. If you copy the download location from the "Download" option, and paste it into Windows Media Player, it'll buffer and play with video and audio
Rory is out of town right now, or else that strapping lad would have already gotten us taken care of I'm sure
All I need is a couple hours of this on my iPod...this stuff is beautiful.
Excellent show, but you guys have got to kick-up the quality I was listening on my iPod while shopping at Walmart and I was struggling to listen to Spolsky's responses, all the while hearing somebody typing very loudly in the background
Production quality is pretty low, but the content was superb! Very nice work guys. I look forward to hearing more in the future.
Lately I've been an iPod + Podcast junkie. Is it at all possible to get an RSS of audio from the videos? Some of the videos deal with on-screen code, yes, but for the most part I just love listening. If I could subscribe via iTunes, and download the latest shows in audio format, that would be awesome! Not to mention the fact that iTunes would probably attract more attention over here at c9.
Jan 18, 2007 at 11:46 PMSounds good man! Your interviews definitely aren't lacking! Keep up the great work.