• 16
    Jun

    How Dad was right: Part 2 of Working with Family (Fighting with Family)

    In honor of Father’s Day, it’s time to tell the second part of my story.  And while I may not even get a chance to call my dad today (I’m on a flight to Orlando), I am thinking of him.  And, I wanted to share a story. We were in a cab in Las Vegas, […]

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  • 10
    Jun

    Working with Family (Fighting with Family)

    So, you may be aware.  My partner and I work together.  My mother and I work together.  My partner, my mother and I work together.  Hell, even my father (who is long divorced from my mother) and I work together. That’s a lot of family working together.  And, for the most part, it — well […]

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  • 10
    Jun

    The Photo IS Important

    Today, while researching a service, I came across one comment by a major event software developer that stopped me dead in my tracks.  He said: “Big companies, hosting big events, don’t care about the photo.  They only care about the fan experience.”  Yes, I’m para phrasing, but that’s the meat of it. If that’s true, […]

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  • 09
    Jun

    IPad Greenscreen Photos

    So! In a moment of craziness, I thought I’d see what the APs could do that are available for iPad and Green Screen.  I thought: maybe I’m missing something.  Big event companies use iPads to create green screen photos.  Maybe I’m being… Snotty. Nope. They suck.  I tested two: Greenscreen and BluescreenIt!  Neither worked. At […]

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  • 08
    Jun

    The Photobooth Dilemma

    There are so many options for capturing photos at events! Two weeks ago, I saw a cool HP display at the Indianapolis 500 where participants used their phone to click pictures with Turbo — the latest racing movie snail– and print wirelessly on a couple of HP printers.  Right from their phone. Very cool… But […]

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