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The official audio feed from HolbrookNewMedia.com. The audio version of The Geoff & Jeffrey Weekly Catch Up video show on Blab.im, Essays based on quotes from celebrities and historical figures, and sample voice acting audio from Holbrook New Media. Enjoy the performance!
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Obama Did NOT Ban The Pledge of Allegiance -Geoff & Jeffrey #17
Greetings! Welcome to the Holbrook New Media Audio Feed. We do audio, video, content creation, and that other stuff. holbrooknewmedia.com. Today on Episode 17 of The Geoff & Jeffrey show, here are some of the things we are talking about: Our live recording time is not very conducive to people being awake while it is going on. 6:00am Eastern time and 8:00 Australian time. Ms Ileane Smith left a comment on Geoff's YouTube Channel where the video version of the show is posted. https://www.youtube.com/user/glider1b A correction from Episode 16: President Obama did NOT ban the Pledge of Allegiance to the American Flag. Jeffrey's image on this episode is very jittery, but the audio sounds great once we used Jeffrey's local recording. A comparison of the video applications Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro. An update on two of the podcasts that Jeffrey has been helping to get started. You are better to go ahead and get started with the risk of doing it wrong instead of not moving at all and accomplishing nothing. Discussing our sound treatment and mic arrangements with our new setup. Trying to hangup and reconnect on Skype didn't help with the jerky video on Jeffrey's end. The "Indian Telemarketers" tried to call again. Jeffrey has had so many inquiries about podcasting that he made a resource page on his website. You can access it at PodcastCurious.com. Geoff found that it was cheaper to buy an Australian microphone in California and take it home than to buy it locally in Australia. Australia is the largest producer of natural gas. They sell it to Japan, but the Japanese prices are 25% cheaper than it is in Australia where it is actually produced. Companies fight the reduction of product demand instead of preparing for what is next in the industry. Getting along with people with opposite points of view. Just being able to discuss things in an unemotional manner. Geoff has the impression that Americans are rarely living where they were raised, it seems its about