"The goal of the interview was to educate people on what dynamic programming..." - Ken Levy
It was? Did the 2 guys know that?
They were just demo'ing and you kept injecting such weird questions, that they didn't answer and kept looking at you strangely.
You didn't even sound like a coder to me, and when I read that you do a lot of Fox Pro I was stunned. Your Fox Pro videos are great and you sound really intelligent, but it seems with VB, that you are not that experienced, so you come off...ah, less than polished.
Let your subjects speak! Just sit back and let the tape roll until they look to you for the next subject.
Loved the demo, and Amanda isn't too hard on the eyes, either.
For VB programming videos, why don't they use interviewers who are actual VB programmers?
It is painful watching this interview, where Ken Levy, chimes in comments and questions that are irrelevant or newbie, because he has just heard one of them say a term that he's heard before. Amanda and Paul look at Ken, like deer in headlights.
A good example was his rambling XML question, where Amanda nervously smiles and says, "Sorry?"