"If you want to see a list of recommended Flash tutorials (recommended by me, that is), I have a short list here:
I have just finished the third of four "Basic Animation" tutorials for Flash…"
Hello! I am currently doing a thesis project in "The Future Role of Journalism Professionals in the Era of Participatory Online Cultures", part of which is my (Click) Media Blog- Web 2.0 Tools and Resources for Journalists.
The project is at the very initial stage, but I hope it to gain a public and provide useful guidance to journalists, especially the new generation (my target group are the newly graduated from journalism schools that did not have much 2.0 instruction in their official curriculum).
I wanted to ask you if you would be interested in guest blogging, perhaps by reposting something from your blog?
Any advice, suggestions, critics, are very welcome.
Another fan says:
Thanks so much for amplifying Phil Meyer's voice in his farewell address, describing what journalists should do now.
On an afternoon when others were amplifying the doom voices, you let Meyer's analytic light shine.
Isn't this great how Wired Journalists is taking off! More than 200 members from Day One!
I have a quick question I'll bet you can answer...have you seen any online video that is truly wonderful and created by someone from a print background?
In other words, do we have an example of a "word" guy, rather than a "photo" or "graphics" guy who has mastered video?
Welcome! Glad to see you here. There's a list of tutorials we're hoping to put together in the Hello World! blog post - feel free to add some suggestions there. Perhaps you could copy some pieces of your Audacity tutorials here?