Thursday, March 08, 2012

Into Tomorrow, the Studio

When we went on the Technology Conference at Sea in January, we had the pleasure of meeting Dave Graveline and some of his staff. 

Dave produces a radio show about all things digital.  He’s been doing this for 17 years now.  While we were on the cruise,  Dave even interviewed us for an episode of his radio show, Into Tomorrow.  You can listen to the interview on the IntoTomorrow.com website.  Click here to listen to the show they recorded from the cruise ship – it’s the red box in the right sidebar labeled ‘Listen to Our Show’.  You’ll find our interview in the second hour starting at 11:43.

It was a great experience and we really liked Dave and his staff.  So, when we received an invitation to to celebrate the Grand Opening of their new Radio & TV Studios, we put it on our calendar.  The new studio is in Miami Lakes, a nice area – we enjoyed making the drive down there and partaking in the festivities.

A special treat was having our picture taken in the video studio.  The wall is a chromakey … aka a green screen.  As far as we know, we’re in an empty room sitting on a stool with an ugly green wall behind us.  See the stool against the far wall in this picture?

Jim is sitting on that stool in the picture below.

Thanks Dave!  We had a great time.  Someday we’d love to be in a position to use your studio services for Radio commercials, or Video production.

We even won a prize!  The Into Tomorrow show is known for lots of giveaway prizes of consumer electronic equipment.  We won a Magellan RoadMate GPS!  I know, we already have plenty GPS devices, but we’re always interested in evaluating new ones.  Jim has already hooked it up and is excited by the blue-tooth connection to his cell phone.  Calls sound loud and clear when made thru the Magellan.  We’ll use this GPS for our first leg of travels at least.  We’ll be leaving first of April, so we’ll write about it then.

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