Today I had an opportunity to interview a Lego expert in Chicago about an iPhone application (Mini Collector) which can be used to determine the contents of series 1 and 2 Lego minifigure packages.
My wife graciously recorded the following two minute interview on my iPad2, using an iRig external microphone. ($60) I am very impressed with the quality of the iRig audio recording. I did not have to change any settings on the iPad to use it, I just plugged it in and it worked! (A common experience with Apple technologies!)
I edited and published this video using iMovie for iPad, and the CNN iReporter theme.
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- Basic Online Video Editing with YouTube - 2012
- eBook Won't Open in iBooks (Closing & ReOpening an iPad App) - 2012
- FaceTime from the Michigan Avenue Apple Store - 2011
- Using the iReporter Theme on iMovie for iPad - 2011
- Window Washer on a Chicago Skyscraper - 2011
- Embedding "non-iframe" versions of Screenr Screencasts on WordPress - 2011
- Best News Apps for the iPad - 2010
- Hobo Signs, Symbols, and Parodied History - 2009
- K12Online08 Call for Proposals: Amplifying Possibilities - 2008
- links for 2008-05-07 - 2008