Editing, Migrating, and AJAXing

I’m continuing the work on the Demo each night. I’m now in the process of color correcting and adding visual effects to each scene and still. It’s going smoothly, and I’ve decided on the exact parameters I’m going to be using for the various scenes. I should have the entire thing finished Saturday afternoon, including rendering the edits out and generating a viewable DVD. I have two projects slated to begin after that that are directly related to the Demo and DVD, but you’re not going to get me to talk about them until the very end! Muwhahaha!

After testing for the last two months, I’ve decided that the new Suncoast Studios server that I built is ready to be integrated into the network. I’m going to be working on that for the next couple of weeks, migrating the functionality off the old server on this one. The goal will be to retire the old server by May 1st.

Another interesting little tidbit is that I’m not using Microsoft Word to type up this blog entry. Michael Robertson (MP3.com and Linspire fame) has come out with ajaxWrite, which is a Word clone that will read and save Word documents as well as other formats including PDF. It’s free, it’s web-based, and it’s easy to use.

Sick Thought of the Day: Man-handle the man handle.

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