By Day Three, we have one valuable lesson learned: The longer into the night one edits video and multimedia, the more punchy/silly one becomes.
By Day Three, we have one valuable lesson learned: The longer into the night one edits video and multimedia, the more punchy/silly one becomes.So far we’re thinking that it takes about an hour per minute to edit, render and upload our video packages to the Web.
Has that stopped us from shooting video? Not in the slightest.
Today we met with Dan Schwartz, a partner in a Hartford-based law firm to talk about bringing bar associations, at least the Connecticut Bar, into the 21st Century.
From Hartford, we headed south to NYC. On our way, we stopped off at Folio Mag’s offices to show off our tour vehicle and chat a bit. They’re planning a story in their October issue about how the Rebels project is creating a new kind of journalism.
After a quick bite to eat, we headed to Manhattan, where we parked our Navigator for the next six days, leaving the driving duties in the capable hands of NYC cabbies.
Check out our Daily Diary recap:
For a splashy look at our day, complete with music: