Archive of month: August 2008

New ProCast for Inuda’s HowSociable

I’ve just completed a new screencast for Inuda’s brand-measuring site.  I show the social services (e.g. Flickr, Facebook, Ning) that are used to measure a brand’s visibility on the social web and tell the viewer why they will want to sign-up for monthly updates. This is the first piece of pro bono work I’m […]

CamTasia tip – increasing the call-out length

I’ve just spent 15 minutes trying to figure out an odd behaviour in CamTasia v5.1.0.  The documentation (great video demo) explains that a call-out can be added, and then by dragging the call-out we can change the length for its display. Only…it seemed that you couldn’t drag the length.  You can easily drag its position, […]

Successfully using eLance for static-website design

To develop my professional screencasting site I chose to out-source development via eLance.  Knowing that out-sourcing smaller, easily-defined jobs is likely to become common-place as time passes, I figured that diving in and working with someone elsewhere on the planet for my new site would prove to be an interesting and useful experience. Lo […] – first version on-line

I’m very pleased to say that the first version of ProCasts, my professional screencasting site, is now on-line.  I’m taking the professional screencast activity that I performed for three years under the older ShowMeDo Services site and building it up as my own activity. The site has one screencasting example by me (along with many […]