13th May 2017 – delayed publish until US Release and my second viewing. Here’s the thing, I remember the time my Dad told me the story of Alien one summers evening in 1979. His description and the events in story sparked my imagination. I was only 8, and he also showed me some of the […]Read More Alien Covenant Review
Imagine a production (any video/film/commercial production), which from start to finish and including delivery is all done using cloud services “creative services”, storage, proxy generation, rendering, grading/editing, transcoding etc. Each of these services can be segmented and distributed around the private cloud network hence the interdependent set of processes becomes a series of services. It’s […]Read More Thoughts in the Clouds – Creativity As A Service
“It’s going to be a great show this year!” A universal claim to the seasoned trade show attendee or exhibitor. I can honestly say, this year is going to be a great year for anyone at NAB 2011, call it s hunch, call it a feeling, call it conclusions from colleagues and friends:- Upturn in the market, new […]Read More NAB 2011 Pre-show
Having spent a few years either demonstrating software/hardware products or managing a team of product demonstrators in the Media & Entertainment industry the following discussion attempts to summarise some of my experiences, observations and recommendations in creating and performing a great product demonstration.Read More Demonstrating Products in the Best Light
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For those who don’t know or care about how product gets to market, I am going to answer the question; does a product need a manager? Or more to the point what is a product manager?
Are you familiar with the role of a product manager? Is it someone who is managed by a product or is it someone who literally manages or wrestles a product? And why should you care? The goal is to answer the question why a product needs a manager and hence the birth of the infamous Product Manager role.Read More Does a Product need a Manager?
Having spent some years travelling around the world and predominately using air travel, I am going to pass on some my experience and wisdom regarding “The art of flying”. I will focus on three key areas, before the flight, during the flight and after the flight. I will not be going into detail with respect to destination research and doing your home work.
My experience is based on flying 100+ (lost count basically) flights with British Airways, Virgin, Japanese Airlines, Air Canada, Quantas, South West Airlines, Delta, United Airlines and American Eagle – essentially quality airlines which are mostly reliable and professional.Read More The Art of Flying