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“The future is coming at us faster than we can escape it.” – Terry Gilliam I love Chris Fenwick and his podcasts. I’ve written about on this site in the past. I first learned of...

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A week ago – Thursday, November 8 – I saw a Twitter alert that there was a new episode of Carl Olson’s Digital Convergence Podcast. I have twice been a guest on the podcast when...

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On September 18 it will have been 5 years since Canon introduced the 5D Mark II DSLR camera and started a filmmaking revolution. To commemorate this, there is a new ebook being released today. It...

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The Digital Cinema Cafe is a new video filmmaking & editing podcast and I couldn’t be more excited! The podcast is the creation of Alex MacLean, with Colorflow in San Francisco, and Chris Fenwick, a...

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Carl Olson invited me to be his guest on the most recent show of the Digital Convergence Podcast for Episode 115: The Age of the Indie with his co-hosts Chris Fenwick of chrisfenwick.com and Planet...

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With Chris Fenwick at the San Francisco Cutters meet-up in July 2012.

A Digital Convergence With Chris Fenwick

July 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

Chris Fenwick is one of those rare breeds—a naturally “cool guy.” I first learned about Chris through Carl Olson’s Digital Convergence Podcast, which I’ve referred to several times in the past and was a guest...

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A few weeks ago I posted about walking my dogs and listening to my favorite podcast — The Digital Convergence Podcast, about DSLR cameras and digital editing — and hearing the host Carl Olson read...

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I’m a podcast junky. The frustrating thing about listening to the radio in the car is that, invariably, as soon as the program gets to something good that I really want to hear, I’ve gotten...

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I’m constantly following links to articles on the net and listening to podcasts in search of somebody or something new that grabs my interest. It’s rare and doesn’t come along that often. But when it...

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