What is Tout?
It’s a video-sharing platform that allows you to capture 15-second status updates that post through Twitter and Facebook.
It also allows you to pause the video and switch frames, so you don’t have to use an editor. Continue reading
So, last night was super fun.
I joined co-workers Brittany Wilson and Sarah Chain to kickoff the NewsVroom’s yearlong initiative of visiting York County libraries.
We traveled to Dover Area Community Library, where I had the opportunity to present my ideaLab project to Girl Scout Troop #20195.
The best part: One of the girls recommended I go set up my “office” at Chuck-E-Cheese.
Here are some photos from the event:
The guys from the new event, White Rose Thunder, invited the media out Thursday for a flat track racing demonstration at the York Fairgrounds.
I’ve written about the event before, at least twice, so I figured I’d do a video with a QR code for print, since I figured motorcycles whizzing around a dry dirt track has to show up great on camera. Continue reading
As I’ve previously divulged, I lose things.
This includes, but is not limited to: my phone, car keys, and my head, if it wasn’t attached.
Back when I first got my iPad, I did some creeping around for good note-taking apps. I didn’t to pitch the paper pad.
Thus, I found Notability. It seemed cool. I liked the idea of syncing audio with writing.
The app burned a hole in my iPad, until I tested it out this week using a $13 stylus I bought at Walmart . Below, I took notes on a mobile reporting adventure through the York Galleria Mall food court, where I graced the elderly mall walkers with my presence (blog to come, on that adventure).