It’s been roughly two years and three months since I uploaded 90.9’s first video to YouTube: A grainy, slightly jerky shot of a curator at the ICA talking about the roomier exhibition space and collections at the museum’s new waterfront venue. I tagged along with a reporter to try my hand at some impromptu videography. Now, it’s often a reporter or producer who is shooting the video.
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wednesday afternoon, originally uploaded by brianwferry
Random notes from a slumberous Summer afternoon…
The webmaster is slouched over his PC well into a frenetic, caffeine-fueled, finger-numbing, code-slinging marathon, the end of which promises a new, improved, sweet-lookin’ On Point website. The monster is due to rise up off the slab this week. So keep the faith, people. We are oh-so-very-close. (more…)
It was back in December ‘06, when I first uploaded a video to YouTube, a brief interview with an ICA curator that I shot on my Cannon Camcorder and edited using Apple’s iMovie. A modest, rushed little effort, it has, to date, garnered a modest 774 views. (more…)