At minute 46 of this interview with Stanford University Researcher Marc Levoy he explains how the name “Google” came up — accidentally.
People keep saying my videos are “long and boring.”
Well, let’s look at this one. It certainly is long. 54 minutes long.
But if you find a camera that can refocus AFTER you take an image boring then I really don’t want to know you.
That’s just the start. It’s an interview with me and Thomas Hawk of Mark Levoy, one of the top graphic researchers in the world. He’s a professor at Stanford University and does a TON of interesting stuff with photography.
Oh, and if you don’t have the 54 minutes to spend, my editor Rocky made a short five-minute version for those of you who can’t watch anything longer than 10 minutes.
Damn you Rocky. I liked having a reputation for having long and boring videos.
It’s amazing. A fake blogger, Fake Steve Jobs, reports that PodTech is closing down. This is total, 100% bull####. Not even deserving of a response. I’m not leaving PodTech. When, er if, I am you’ll read it here on my blog.
Interesting that not a single blogger called me this evening. My phone number is on my blog for a reason. 425-205-1921.
Interesting too that OUR COMPETITORS are the ones who are writing this crap. Thanks guys.
Maybe I should start making up 100% bull about them and see what it feels like.
Here, let’s try. Forbes is going out of business and laying off Fake Steve Jobs because he can’t figure out how to make money. I heard it on the Internet somewhere.
And stop making it about me. There are more than 30 people working at PodTech and I only bring in a small percentage of revenues (and my show is highly profitable).
Oh, someone said that I have “long and boring” videos. Here’s my response to that.