Sam Spoons wrote:Don't be silly, fish can't read, anyway the paper would get all soggy. Fish get all their info off YouTube (obviously). :smirk:
Michael Fish could read
Dr Huge Longjohns wrote:I don't know why, but this reminded me of the current growth of Flat Earthers as a movement. I got sucked into watching endless vids on YT about these crazy people...there's a good doc on Netflix too. Time and time again, people prove using simple techniques that the earth isn't flat yet these people refuse to believe their eyes and ears. It's mesmerising to me.
I recommend SciMan Dan as a good starter if you're interested in seeing the Flat Earthers in all their, er, glory. He's fighting a running battle with them on YT. Sorry, utterly off topic. Folderol's fault.
Sam Spoons wrote:Naw he was just fooling you, that screen in front of him was showing YouTube videos of the news.........
Eddy Deegan wrote:Dr Huge Longjohns wrote:I recommend SciMan Dan as a good starter if you're interested in seeing the Flat Earthers in all their, er, glory. He's fighting a running battle with them on YT. Sorry, utterly off topic. Folderol's fault.
:thumbup: It's car-crash entertainment but it's a guilty pleasure of mine. Baldy Catz and Wolfie6020 are also well worth checking out if you've not got them on the list already!
Hugh Robjohns wrote:Arpangel wrote:I went on a course at the Beeb in the early2000's, I had to get a copy of Adobe Audition, and learn that, as it was the standard editor there then.
One of the 'standard editors'.... :-)
SADiE has been the primary 'craft' audio editing platform since the mid-90s and has been engineered to integrate nicely with the VCS diraNG playout/scheduling system.
Back in the early 2000s Audition was widely used for basic hack-editing and 'top'n'tailing', and sometimes simple packages that didn't need all the bells, whistles and finesse of SADiE.
But these days that work is generally done using StarTrack which is an integral part of the VCS DiraNG suite.
Arpangel wrote: It's favoured by classical engineers AFAIK, because of its micro editing and high end hardware integration.
desmond wrote:It's completely impractical these days to provide up to date printed manuals for complex software sold at a more or less consumer level, and I really hate all the excessive paper use too - so I'm 100% good with electronic, seachable, documentation.