Directing, writing, editing, and producing training videos for a government agency.
Learning 3DS Max as I go.
November 9th 2006
Re: What would you do? by Bob Zelin 2 years ago well this is disgusting, and I should be ashamed of myself (but since you are in Florida, and are probably familiar with ambulance chasers like Morgan & Morgan) - I bet the attorneys that will sue the
Re: Project Files by Mark Suszko 5 years ago Hold your ground. If it wasn't given away in the original contracts, those files are proprietary. Anybody with access to them would be able to do or re-do your job, for a fraction of the time costs of
Re: California State Sales Tax Question by Thomas Hughes 6 years ago Thank you for the input everyone. I asked a CPA and here's what she said: CPA: I did some research and found that digital images are NOT subject to sales tax in California. HOWEVER and this is VERY im
Re: Or, How to make a small fortune by Rich Rubasch 7 years ago How to make a small fortune in the video production business Simple. Start with a large fortune. Rich Rubasch Tilt Media Inc. Video Production, Post, Studio Sound Stage Founder President Editor Design
Re: Invoice Issue (did I overstep?) by Michael Hancock 8 years ago Aaron - If he doesn't sign the contract he pays on delivery. It's not a matter of trust, it's a matter of business. Watch this (WARNING: Language may be offensive to some - proceed with caution): http
Re: FCP-X: Case study for biz schools by Tim Wilson 8 years ago Another way of saying "We're just trying to make great products" is "we don't trust anyone else to know a great product if it bit them in the butt. At least not until we give we them what WE think is
Re: FCP-X: Case study for biz schools by walter biscardi 8 years ago Mark Raudonis "Success or failure What say you " Spectacular failure. More soon from a podcast with myself and Richard Harrington right here on the Cow. They could not have handled this roll out or d
Re: FCP-X: Case study for biz schools by Mark Suszko 8 years ago At this point in the timeline of the situation, I mostly agree with Shane, that if there is a method to the madness, we're not seeing it, in terms of business decisions. First, you launch a revolution
Re: The PO has 10 hour days, client says... by Mark Suszko 8 years ago Your choice as I see it at this point is to forge ahead and actually stop at the 10 hour mark rgardless, until they make withe the paper. I call this the "who blinks first" option. The second option i
Re: No, seriously, learn EVERYTHING by Bill Davis 9 years ago These guys are making things FAR too difficult. They just need to post what they REALLY WANT. Like this. Help Wanted: Video Shooting Philosopher King. Must be comfortable making global decisions in al