Originally posted by Nard Kordell: I just realized that you can burn CD's out of these YOUTUBE videos. Put the YOUTUBE video on your desk top and throw in a CD in your trusty burner.
How are you doing that, Nard? I have to use a convoluted process to make a DVD from a YouTube clip (I have to use a special little bit of software to save the clip to my computer, and another special bit of software to convert it to a DVD-able format).
Phil, I thought that a "fortnight" referred to a two week period of time. Am I correct?
As I was flying back from vacation in Iowa I had the pleasure of sitting next to a young lady from Liverpool who was on her way to Ft. Lauderdale to attend the Boat Show. The two hour flight from Atlanta went quickly as we conversed on a wide variety of topics. Interestingly she has been living in Marseilles, France and speaks fluent French in addition to her neat Englsih accent.
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Was just thinking that creating something in film/video from a Bradbury story may work well as a music-video vignette. Three, four minutes, that would capture intensely close to the emotional wallup of a story, say, such as "The Scythe" or "The Tombling Day", would evoke.
Then take 20 or 30 music videos like this and string them together and make a....movie!
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