We branched out a little. John makes his own graphics which he uses to make a line of note cards that he sells. I convinced John that if his cards were so popular that he should sell them at art fairs and that he should make some of them large enough for framing. So, we put together a display, rack and a tent and went to a French theamed art fair called "Art Dans La Rue" or art in the street. To sum it up we did pretty good and John walks away with another stream of revenue.
Well, we did it. We successfully broadcast something directly to the internet live without the use of a computer. John and I had been working on this for a while. Just to drive the point home so that you understand what I mean, let me give you an example. We can put the camera in the car, drive around, deliver the video to the internet live and all without a computer hookup. Its like we have our own personal microwave truck stuck on top of our camera.
Our first show was in front of Centuries and Sleuths Bookstore. The bookstore often has the authors who write the books come in to their store for discussions. This time he had four different authors in the store. The whole taping was 40 minutes long. You can see the video at http://www.greatlocalshops.com/live-online-stage.html
The bookstore website: http://www.centuriesandsleuths.com
This blog is a look at our business behind the scenes, and also a few of our side adventures.
Ed Pitts - owner of Absolute Video Services Inc. since 1984