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Not Just Drupal Training but "Almost" a Video Production Company | Drupalize.Me

Wed, 04/29/2015 - 16:11 -- rprice

It is a lot of work making tutorials for Drupalize.Me and keeping our production quality high. Why do we do it? For many reasons: 1) we love our jobs, 2) we love Drupal, and 3) most importantly, we understand our members pay for quality and we want to deliver. We are constantly reviewing this process and coming up with ideas of how we can improve our quality and efficiency. The process above is never set in stone—it is a guide—and that guide is used to see how and where we can make even better tutorials for our members.

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huffduff-video

Tue, 04/28/2015 - 15:09 -- rprice

Extracts the audio from videos on YouTube, Vimeo, and many more sites and sends it to Huffduffer. Add this bookmarklet to your browser and use it on any video page: huffduff-video! Audio files are stored for 90 days, then deleted. Be sure to download them before then! Source at github.com/snarfed/huffduff-video.

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Maker Studios and Full Sail launch new digital studio - Orlando Business Journal

Fri, 03/20/2015 - 16:54 -- rprice

up to 24 full-time jobs — all related to production — would be created within a year for REBL HQ, but specifics on the average salary for those jobs was not available. During the March 20 media event and tour of the estimated 4,000-square-foot studio, officials announced that two productions were already being worked on due to the partnership. One project is called Love Gianna, which is an original series featuring actress Gianna Simone. The program launched March 20 via YouTube channel. The second project, which launches March 28, is called Full Sail Game Maker Challenge.

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F.I.T. opens Women's Business Center for Orlando entrepreneurs - FOX 35 News Orlando

Thu, 03/05/2015 - 14:22 -- rprice

Dozens of small and medium tech companies now operate out of the old Church Street Exchange Building. But look closely and you'll see that the percentage of them owned and run by women is relatively low. Florida Institute of Technology wants to change that by helping women open new businesses in tech and across all business sectors. FOX 35's Tom Johnson spent the day with the new center's director to find out how it works.

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