Saturday, January 05, 2008

Reaching New Creative Heights: Anyone can have their own TV Channel on the Web and Local/Global Cable

Hi Creative One,

My friends are at CES. You can read their blog (they will be webcasting live I hear):


BTW, Akaku (our local community access TV station) is raging with the ability to allow any community producer ( I am studio licensed) to produce a live video program, that includes on-the-web simulcasting with 11 camera's (potentially) while feeding local Maui Cable and the Web...LIVE with your program. Wow!  

We have reached new dimensions in broadcasting and facilitating the expression of talented and visionary people to reach global (and local) audiences in a new way (including straight to people's mobile devices).  Now, people anywhere and everywhere can now be part of a LIVE interactive broadcast.  I have decided to update my production of V.A.R.I.O.U.S. Media Ink: The Visionary Artists Showcase and Networking Event to take advantage of this capability. 

things are getting good for gear geeks!

PR for all -- Its time to grab your share of audience eyes - now available at low/no cost for everyone!  What a world!

Love and Blessings,

Peter


Peter H. Rosen
Founder and Director
Visionary Artists Resources Including Other Unique Services
  (V.A.R.I.O.U.S. Media, 501c3)
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• Creativity Cafe;   A Networking Salon and Edutainment Center for Artists Using Technology for Humanity
• KidCast for Peace: Solutions for a Better World
• V.A.R.I.O.U.S. Media Ink; The Artists Showcase and Networking Event
           http://creativity.net/    and    http://creativity.com/

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Using Art and Technology for Humanity


Wednesday, January 02, 2008

My MacBookPro is Back!

Apple is a great company. They have always done right by me and even
exceed my expectations!

I had an unfortunate incident that I thought would be fatal to the
Macbook Pro purchased to supersede my "windblown" Powerbook (that was
hurled to the ground by an errant wind - see previous entry). I
decided to get a new machine rather than make a sizable investment in
"old" powerbook technology. So, I purchased a MBP 2.33 MHz Mach wotj
Intel Duo Core. One day a few months later, I forgot my still camera
at a store. In the process of recovering it, I had an accident with the
new Mac that I won't discuss here.

I don't know if that's what led to the failure that had me trying to
back up the Machine the whole month of December? But, Apple was nice
enough to replace the failed optical drive, the hard drive and HD cable
under Applecare. Now I have a almost new Machine with the missing
screws replaced, the stuck door for external card open-able, and the
feet that had come off, replaced. Nice job Apple. Also the Apple
stock that I purchased in January a year ago (my first stock purchase),
more than doubled and paid for the new MBP. I love my Mac and so glad
to have it back!

To Celebrate, anyone who reads this blog, can request a free hour of my
time for doing graphic design or 3D animation through the month of
January 2008. Just mention the "My Mac is Back" Special Offer!

What a great start to the new year!

A Hui Ho!

Blessings, Peace and Light,
Shiloh