testing testing can you understand me at the back?

Here for your delectation and delight are some experimental video shorts. I’m looking at ways of moving the blog content on and this is one of them.  These videos are approximately 60 seconds long, that being the attention span (max) of many people using the internet these days. This is being somewhat unfair as readers of trefor.net spend on average 90 seconds on the site with some days hitting 4 minutes.

The videos are unedited – single take recordings. I don’t want to spend hours making each video but I wouldn’t mind receiving some feedback on the content and the unstructured/unedited approach. More videos banged out quickly is better in my mind.

I used used a Logitech HD Pro Webcam C910 and also wouldn’t mind hearing what you think of the audio quality.

There are six of them and you don’t actually have to listen to them all though doing so does buy you brownie points and we all know what points mean 🙂 Following some useful feedback I have also put links in for the moment as well as the embed code.

Cloud Storage http://youtu.be/icgfeVoFQRg

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)  http://youtu.be/aqWTlD6BqZY

EFM – Ethernet in the First Mile  http://youtu.be/B6DM3dI7dRA

Mobile Device Management http://youtu.be/NnVgfCRAMI4

Fibre Broadband http://youtu.be/hndykRRHeo4

ISDN to SIP http://youtu.be/mEHo9nl6ao0

Published by Trefor Davies

Liver of life, father of four, CTO of trefor.net, writer, poet, philosopherontap.com

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  1. If you want to make these more sharable it would be good to be able to get a link to them easily. I know a link appears at the end of each video, but a clickthrough link might be easier still…

  2. anonymous – thanks for that – will take a look at options. I just took the YouTube embed code though it is the old version – I wasn’t sure the new one worked inside wordpress for some reason.

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