I recorded and uploaded a promo video post on viddler but found that it does not embed properly in my WordPress template. I had to make do with placing a frame grab here. Click on the image to go to the viddler site and view the video post.
I must say I am proud of my first attempt at a proper vlog. I had already done a miniscule video comment on one of Dr. A’s vlog posts earlier. But vlogging seems like too much work for too little gain. That was my lesson out or this experiment. The four minute video took some hours to put together. Recorded in three takes on iSight, stitched together and special effects added on iMovie and uploaded over a long time to the viddler site. I am not happy with the quality of the video or the audio. The video compression played havoc with some of my text entries. They are too small and blurred. I do not think I will be doing too many of these in future.
I am the third of Dr.A’s international guests, after Berci Meskó and Bongi. Dr.A famously claims at the beginning of every show that this is where he goes ‘beyond the blog, to bring you the brightest stars of the medical blogosphere.‘ I make no claims to either brightness or stardom. Mine is more ‘glory by association.’ I just happened to stick around the right bunch of bloggers.
I have no idea what we are going to talk about. We could talk about medicine, radiology, healthcare in the US or in India, or about blogging, podcasting and vlogging, or just about Mac products. Or we could talk about when Dr.A is planning to lose the final vestiges of anonymity. It ought to be interesting. Rather challenging for Dr.A. I wonder which way he’s going to go with the interview.
In case you miss the show you can always listen to or download the archive from the show site.
Dr.A’s standard advice for first time Blog Talk Radio listeners:
Although it is not required to listen to the show, I encourage you to register on the BlogTalkRadio site prior to the show. I think it will make the process easier.
To get to my show site, click here (or on the button at the top of this post). As show time gets closer, keep hitting “refresh” on your browser until you see the “Click to Listen” button. Then, of course, press the “Click to Listen” button.
You can also participate in the live chat room before, during, and after the show. Look for the “Chat Available” button in the upper right hand corner of the page. If you are registered with the BTR site, your registered name and picture will appear in the chat room.
You can also call into the show. The number is on my show site. I’ll be taking calls beginning at around the bottom of the hour.
Hope these tips are helpful!
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