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Blue Microphones Snowflake USB Microphone
Whether you're recording your newest podcast, talking business on the web, or just narrating your latest great family movie, the Blue Snowflake Microphone can capture it with amazing clarity and depth that's head and shoulders above any comparable portable USB on the market! The Blue Snowflake Microphone works on both Mac and PC with no complicated drivers to install: just connect it to your computer's USB port, follow the prompts and you'll have high-fidelity sound in no time. It's perfect for podcasting, voice recognition software, iChat, and VoIP software such as Skype and Vonage. Or use it for dictation, field recording, lecture recording, and narration for slideshows and PowerPoint presentations. The sky's the limit. It's even great for recording music via GarageBand and other multitrack recording software.89% (19)
Featuring Blue Microphones' renowned circuitry, the Snowflake is a professional quality portable mic that combines a USB bus powered capsule with a class compliant design to make the Snowflake truly plug and play on both Mac and PC. Not just an eye-catching design, the Snowflake is highly functional. The mic folds into a single compact case which also houses a USB cable for easy transport in a laptop bag or even a pocket. Unfolded, the case serves as a desktop stand or a laptop clip, making the Snowflake a natural for everything from podcasting, calling over the web, narrating a home video, or sketching out a song idea on the go.
Where Do You Put It?
The Snowflake's unique design allows you to place it on a desk or flat surface near your computer, or mounted to the screen of most laptops. Gently grasp the top and bottom halves of the Snowflake mounting box and slide them away from each other (figure 1, on the right). You'll find the USB cable snugly fit inside. The top half of the mount can then be positioned on any flat surface (figure 2), or hung over the back of most laptops (figure 3). The Snowflake capsule also pivots back and forth and rotates side-to-side for optimal positioning.
When not in use, just disconnect the USB cable and store it in the mounting box, sliding both haves together to close. When traveling with the Snowflake, gently swivel the active side of the round capsule head (with the metal grille) so that it faces down and into the box (figure 4). This will help protect the precision capsule from damage.
Transducer Type: Condenser, Pressure Gradient w/USB Digital Output
Polar Pattern: Cardioid
Sample/Word Rate: 44.1 kHz/16 bit
Frequency Response: 35Hz - 20kHz
Macintosh: Mac OSX; USB 1.0 or 2.0; 64MB RAM (minimum)
Windows: Vista or XP; USB 1.0 or 2.0; 64MB RAM (minimum)
Sasquatch makes a friend
I got it. Sasquatch is cruising through the leafy magnificence of his forest home on the planet Venus. With me so far? It's raining. It rains a lot on Venus, have you seen satellite footage of the weather? It is never. ending. Rain. You've probably never even seen a photo of the terrain on Venus. It is covered in a lot of rainforest. Sasquatches live there. It's their planet. They are very intelligent beings, far more intelligent that we. They have space travel - although it is nothing like the space travel we know. This is why we have seen sasquatches, can gather evidence of their trespass but have never captured one. They visit us here, can affect things on Earth in a predictable way, but they sort of shimmer on the edge of reality. Light tends to reflect off of them unpredictably and can be confusing to the human eyes and also recording equipment. This is why we don't have many images of the Sasquatch. Not many people know this, but the secret to recording the sasquatch using photons is to do it when they are unaware. They have control over how they manifest on our planet - so if they know you are there, they can make themselves invisible. This is why we never see the Sasquatches that are shopping in our supermarkets. Don't smell them either - which is lucky for us. Anyhoo. This guy, the Sasquatch named Alan - comes bursting out of the underbrush and into a rocky clearing. It's a nice place, one of his favorite spots. Lots of nice rocks for scratching on. Springy moss to roll on and a welcome change to being shoulder to shoulder with sweaty trees all day. He had been walking for some time and was ready for a rest. He immediately came to a stunned stop. There was a human standing in his clearing. Alan slowly put his hand down to touch the human and be sure that it was really there. The little human raised his shiny suited arm up to meet him.After Midnight Project / Promotional (Universal Motown Records)
I had a quick shoot with After Midnight Project at the Vans Warped Tour 2009 in Orlando. It was very quick and last-minute, as most of the bands I had scheduled (Skary Kids Scaring Kids, Innerpartysystem, Settings) cancelled because of heat and Warped Tour Ugliness. It was a fun shoot, nice to meet them. Very nice guys. Hopefully they'll use them for something pretty cool. I talked to their management, who said they dont really have a budget for the photos, so Im gonna go ahead and give them the permissions anyway. This was taken on the dock of the lake at the Central Florida Fairgrounds. They were on one leg of it, and I had my friend Veronica hold the Softbox on the ONE FOOT wide leg of the dock. A very risky setup, the equipment almost fell in the water a couple times, but we're all good. The shots came out allright to me, especially for a 10-minute shoot.
How many times have you dreaded going to a meeting either because you viewed it as a waste of time or because you weren’t prepared. Dread no longer: Read This Before Our Next Meeting not only explains what’s wrong with “the meeting,” and meeting culture, but suggests how to make meetings more effective, efficient, and worthy of attending. It assesses when it’s necessary to skip the meeting and get right to work. Al Pittampalli shares examples of transforming workplaces by revamping the purpose of the meeting and a company's meeting culture. This book belongs on the shelf of any employee, employer and company looking to revolutionize what it means to do "work" all day and how to do it. Simply put: Stop wasting time. Read This Before Our Next Meeting is the call to action you (or your boss) needs to create the company that does the meaningful work it was created to do.Similar posts:
Book Description: How many times have you dreaded going to a meeting either because you viewed it as a waste of time or because you weren’t prepared. Dread no longer: Read This Before Our Next Meeting not only explains what’s wrong with “the meeting,” and meeting culture, but suggests how to make meetings more effective, efficient, and worthy of attending. It assesses when it’s necessary to skip the meeting and get right to work. Al Pittampalli shares examples of transforming workplaces by revamping the purpose of the meeting and a company's meeting culture. This book belongs on the shelf of any employee, employer and company looking to revolutionize what it means to do "work" all day and how to do it. Simply put: Stop wasting time. Read This Before Our Next Meeting is the call to action you (or your boss) needs to create the company that does the meaningful work it was created to do.
Russell Bishop Reviews Read This Before Our Next Meeting
Russell Bishop is the managing partner of Bishop & Bishop, a consulting and coaching company helping executives and managers increase alignment and improve execution across the organization. The author of Workarounds That Work, he is a weekly columnist and senior editor at the Huffington Post. Read his review of Al Pittampalli's Read This Before Our Next Meeting:
Al Pittampalli addresses a time worn challenge that all of us have experienced for which many of us are chief executioner: Death by Meeting. However, rather than simply adding to the chorus of complaints about time-sucking, energy-sapping, life force-killing meetings, Al actually proposes something useful--The Modern Meeting and its seven critical principles of effective meeting management.
The single most powerful question to ask yourself or your co-workers when faced with a challenging situation is: What difference could you make that requires no one’s permission other than your own? Al embraces this critical notion of personal responsibility in his counter-intuitive approach to getting senior management to adopt the modern meeting: you don’t have to get everyone on board--you just need to start and let your success influence others to get on board.
If you find yourself withering away in endless meetings, if your organization suffers from consensus constipation, if you can’t seem to get a decision made this century, read this book now. Wait a minute--reading this book won’t help any more than reading a prescription will get you better. Instead, apply the Seven Principles and let your creative productivity soar! --Russell Bishop
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