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I was almost out of the chair after posting my latest and almost missed this ” thang “.
Glad I didn’t.
You guys are gonna rawk !
I have done some online tutorials ( I work for a local elearning company here in Louisville) using Camtasia Studio, Robo Demo, Wink, and Turbo Demo.. I would like to see some more specific examples if you have them.
Hope this does good for you
I’d love to comment on the topic at hand, but I’m here for something completely different.
I just signed up for your RSS feed at Bloglines and saw that I’m the very first one.
The very first.
Because I love you.
I’m curious as to how the ‘upload and convert’ process for Tubetorials will work. Come to think of it, how you YouTube do it? I imagine some sort of automated command-line conversion and republishing is going on, but that would take whopping amounts of backend hardware wouldn’t it?
Still, great idea. Great name. Good luck!
Intresting, but to little information untill now.Add tutorials not just for marketing, all kind of tutorials are welcome.
This is great! Wish I would have found it sooner!
Awesome tutorial hah!
Hoot and/or Holler
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