Tuesday, June 28, 2005

less is almost always more

A few posts ago I shared some quickly edited excerpts of interviews with librarians about Pioneer, Utah's Online Library. The segment ran almost five minutes (4:20). Long ago I learned that shorter pieces are almost always stronger than their more verbose parents (hmm...is there a generational lesson here?) and so I worked to cut the piece differently, more effectively and shorter for last Friday's meeting of the UEN Steering Committee.

Here's the 2:07 version...

(yet another in ongoing series of Fincast Podcasts)

1 comment:

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