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". . .I’d like to be able to set keyframes in 3D space and then adjust bezier curves to control interpolation through those keyframes, with the ability to apply eases inter- and intra-keyframe, allowing dynamic motion effects both on a per key basis and globally for the entire flight track.  And then of course to do the same thing with the gimbal, so I could tweak the shot until it’s exactly what I’m looking for. . ."
Slaps palm of hand to forehead. Simultaneously brilliant and ironic! All those years of coding up virtual cameras to fly right in CGI, and now  +Gary Yost has circled back with an idea to apply the exact same tech to an actual flying camera . With geo-tagging and path geometry import/export this could be a match-move innovation. We are truly living in the science fiction future of our teenage years.
#drones #DJI #aerialphotography  
Gary Yost has been photographing people and nature for over 40 years. Initially crazy enough to attempt a career in photography, he became sidetracked by computer animation software development in the 1980s and was responsible for the first open-architecture 3D animation systems before leading ...
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". . .The #BDS movement inflames rather than enlightens global dialogue around the peace process. #Israel invests heavily in #Palestine ; the rest of the world doesn’t bother. . ."
A push to “boycott, divest and sanction” (BDS) Israeli companies has limited impact on the credit profile of Israel, yet it directly harms its intended beneficiaries, the Palestinians. The BDS movement, including universities, pension funds and leaders of some Christian denominations (to the chagrin of many congregants), ignores economic data. And it coincides with a disturbing rise of violent anti-Semitism across Europe.
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Good interview. #DJI is doing some masterful CYA with the #GeoFencing firmware updates. Hope they are including National Parks and sensitive California Coastal areas in that database as well. Responsible use by professionals and hobbyists is the elephant in the room of course. Fear and ignorance will inflame public outrage anytime some ass-hat turns his flying camera into a public nuisance or annoyance. Sadly though, it is only a matter of time before cheap, commodity off the shelf #drones get hacked into weapons by lone wolf psychos or organized terrorist cells.
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Just because it got approved does not mean anyone will want to grow it. And if anyone decides to grow it, good luck selling any #fruit. How do you like them apples? I am generally not afraid of #GMO. This "product" however does not serve any public interest, it's sole purpose is to deceive. These GMO #apples basically resist turning brown when sliced or bruised, tricking consumers into thinking the apples are fresh or undamaged. This is fraud.
It will probably be several years before the fruit, which resists browning when sliced or bruised, shows up in grocery stores.
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To funny Bruce Goren! WQAD is my favorite news channel. So down to earth! 
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Hat tip to +Dave Besbris for the share. Indeed, #Polio might sadly be next. Uninformed hipster choices encouraged by celebrity narcissists and dollar driven junk science have dire consequences. Failure to prevent 60,000 central and south American unaccompanied #children from illegally entering the country recently might have something to do with the origin of this #Measles outbreak, don't ya think?
 
"Artisanal Vaccines" FTW
There are schools in the wealthiest parts of Los Angeles where the vaccination rate is on a par with that of South Sudan
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+Jim Cramer made me some #RealMoney on the #turnaround call, but I sold too soon! I'm skeptical about nine bucks anytime in the very near future, but yes, it is now a growth story. My nicely remodeled local #RiteAid store has been raising prices and decreasing card member discounts to the point where they are losing my business on some items I can get better deals on elsewhere. Rite Aid needs to up their security, my local store is an easy target for shoplifters, I've seen several incidents. Also, they are gonna have to address the tobacco and alcohol sales; can't honestly claim to be in the health care biz and sell addictive poisons too.
 
Game, set, match: Rite Aid is now a real growth stock. Stock will go to $9
Rite Aid agreed on Wednesday to acquire pharmacy benefit manager, Envision Pharmaceutical Services for $2 billion in cash and stock. TheStreet's Jim Cramer says that's what made CVS into the great healthcare company that it is and not just a drug store, and Rite Aid can do the same. Stock will go to $9 because the combination of pharmacy benefit manager and how well the stores are doing up front plus their amazing remodeling is going to make it s...
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Not a #bubble that will burst, but certainly there are a few nutty and overvalued recent #IPOs in the tech sector that are balloons (footballs) ready to partially deflate. #GoPro for instance has already lost half it's over-value, plenty more one trick ponies and hyped hipster billion dollar piggy banks out there ready to be cut down to size in an orderly fashion without blowing up the entire tech sector.
 
I don't know -- is Apple at 15x a tech bubble? NO!

Why don't you look at the actual price earnings multiples and then come back to me? Stay focused.
With the Nasdaq approaching its 15-year high some worry we may have a tech bubble on our hands. TheStreet's Jim Cramer says we don't. He says that what's different this time around is that companies have actual earnings, users, revenue and tangible results to point to. With Apple at 15x, Microsoft at 13x, Cisco at 14 or 15x -- that's the opposite of a tech bubble, he says. If you add up all the companies that are really selling at so-called infin...
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Amazing feat of #TimeLapse , #StopMotion , #FlowMotion and who knows what else, guaranteed to drop jaws!
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Just because it got approved does not mean anyone will want to grow it. And if anyone decides to grow it, good luck selling any #fruit. How do you like them apples? I am generally not afraid of #GMO. This "product" however does not serve any public interest, it's sole purpose is to deceive. These GMO #apples basically resist turning brown when sliced or bruised, tricking consumers into thinking the apples are fresh or undamaged. This is fraud.
It will probably be several years before the fruit, which resists browning when sliced or bruised, shows up in grocery stores.
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By the same virtue, just because they are brown doesn't indicate an apple is bad. People naturally prevent browning via some lemon juice and then go on to use the apples.
Some people are just afraid of cosmetically impure food.
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$TSLA on sale today, buy on the dip. #JimCramer   has been nay saying this stock since the IPO. Apple is Apple, slave labor and tax evasion / money laundering keep it going strong as Tim Cook poops out the final two or three product innovations bequeathed to him from the late great Steve Jobs. #Tesla   is the future, #ElonMusk   is Edison, Jobs, Einstein, and Ford embodied in one Iron Man genius suit.
 
I know Apple, you aint, $TSLA, you aint no $Aapl!
A ceasefire between Russia and Ukraine seems to be helping the bullish sentiment on Wall Street. The peace deal takes effect February 15.
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Sad news! #BobSimon; eloquent, humble and brilliant correspondent,  killed in a horrible car wreck. Unlike shamed NBC pretty-boy liar #BrianWilliams, Bob Simon actually experienced and reported on the horrors of war many times in his career and was even captured and held hostage by enemy forces. I disagreed with many of his 60 Minutes story angles but admired his writing style and understated professionalism. #RIP  
'60 Minutes' reporter Bob Simon killed in car crash on West Side Highway
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Big corporate brother apparently really is listening, #VoiceRecognition technology for lazy channel surfers now exacts an unacceptably high price; every last shred of your so-called #privacy . Talking to your #TV or paranoiac imagining that the TV was an instrument for the government or space aliens to spy on you used to be a hallmark of mental illness, cliche insanity. ". . .An Internet connected TV that eavesdrops on the stuff you say when you’re sitting on the sofa is just the latest overreaching privacy intrusion to come to light in the tech sphere. . ."
As the number of connected devices -- aka the Internet of Things, aka the sensornet -- proliferates so too does the number of devices leaning on voice..
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Bruce N. Goren, Bruce Neal Goren, brucegoren, HDTVBG
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Video Maven, Cat Whisperer, Fruit & Veggie Gardener, Sales & Marketing Tech Writer, Voiceovers, DSLR Photographer.
Introduction
We boomers are living in the science fiction future of our teenage years.

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I'm actively seeking new opportunities, full time or freelance on-site or remote from here in San Francisco. I've worked at TV stations, networks and post facilities in every studio, field and engineering capacity. These days I'm in technical and marketing writing, as well as video editing and voice-overs. I've sold and supported consumer and professional video hardware/software/services. In the past I've worked at web casting, computer animation, post-production, broadcast operations and management. My sweet spot is with high-end media technology as an expert operator, effective sales rep and accurate, accessible technical and marketing writer. I've had many terrific jobs, often with game changing start-ups, experiences which have prepared me for fresh challenges.
Skills
During Q1 2013 I worked (through Volt) as a contract E-mail Support Representative at GoPro; handling RMA's, writing helpful tips, suggesting knowledge-base articles and providing troubleshooting guidance focusing on our broadcast and production professional customers. I am proficient with several of the Adobe Creative Suite tools including Premier Pro, Camera RAW and Photoshop. You'll also be interested to learn that I authored a 3D computer graphics and animation hardware/software product review column in TV Technology Magazine for several years, my publishing history is here - http://www.brucegoren.com/Published.html . Click on the links in this list for a few older writing samples, more recent work is available on request. Read what my references on LinkedIn have said about me! Video editing demos are here -- https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXc7Gw6Z6gleQQxITJR5ghspn9ZcWuypm My Voice-over demo reel is here - https://www.box.net/shared/o4oa6ov2sn Photos I've captured and processed are here -- https://plus.google.com/u/0/113983902035072067923/photos.
Employment
  • Bruce N. Goren
    Freelance, 2007 - present
  • WMT-TV, Cedar Rapids Iowa
    PRODUCTION ASSISTANT/OPERATIONS TECHNICIAN, 1980 - 1980
    After learning Telecine, VTR operations, and color camera registration I moved on to become responsible for the electronic graphics and animation for the evening newscasts and special events. Also, I occasionally ran audio for taped productions.
  • WQAD-TV, Moline Illinois
    Broadcast Operations Engineer, 1980 - 1981
    On master control I operated the transmitter by computer assisted remote control, aired scheduled materials, switched between video sources, and initiated quality control adjustment and interpretation of the broadcast television signal. With the financial support of the station I completed a 90 hour certificate in Broadcast Electronics at Scott Community College in Bettendorf, Iowa, and at the encouragement of the department, went on to acquire my F.C.C. First Class License.
  • CNN, Atlanta Georgia
    Master Control Engineer, 1981 - 1982
    At CNN network operations I was instrumental in implementing quality control for incoming tapes and live satellite remotes. I also trained new employees as the engineering department expanded its responsibilities into tape operations. The duties of master control engineers include camera shading as well as on-air switching, router and machine delegation, quality control and light maintenance. Engineers keep the daily log and discrepancy report. Additionally, we evaluated and dubbed commercial matter for system playback.
  • WSB-TV, Atlanta Georgia
    TV Engineer, 1982 - 1984
    At WSB-TV my duties were on-air control operations. I switched NET/LOCAL transitions and cut-ins, rolled shows and breaks, operated the transmitter, kept the logs, and prepared quality control reports. During the late night local news cut-ins I doubled as Air-Control/Technical Director.
  • VideoStar Connections, Atlanta Georgia
    ASSISTANT UPLINK ENGINEER, 1984 - 1984
    With VideoStar I freelanced with west coast satellite uplink operations. Duties included set-up and strike-down of the dish and mobile technical operations center, monitoring broadcast signal quality and interfacing with the client and vendor utilizing both C, and Ku band gear.
  • Cable Music Channel / The Post Group, Hollywood California
    ON-AIR SUPERVISOR POST GROUP BROADCAST CENTER, 1984 - 1985
    Responsible for the "day-to-day" on-air technical operation of the CABLE MUSIC CHANNEL. Brought on-board to create and implement operational procedures and supporting documentation. Conducted interviews, trained and supervised on-air operators. Worked with software contractors during ongoing systems development. Wrote the operations manual, designed forms, and developed database using IBM PC. Worked in tandem with the Supervising Production Coordinator. Interfaced with Cable Music Channel Traffic, Production Group Stage, Post Group Engineering and Personnel. Reported directly to the Senior Vice President, Post Group. After Turner Broadcasting ceased operations of CMC, I returned to KLCS.
  • KLCS-TV, Los Angeles California
    TELEVISION ENGINEER, 1984 - 1995
    At KLCS-TV I rotated between several staff duty positions including field camera, A/B roll videotape editing , and live studio technical directing. I also operated Chyron and electronic graphics, master control, studio camera, video control, and audio. Frequent remote assignments, a daily live studio presentation, as well as extensive in-house instructional program production made KLCS a busy facility. Over the years, I personally trained dozens of young professionals who have gone on to successful production and engineering careers at TV stations and Post facilities throughout Southern California.
  • TV Technology Magazine
    Computer Graphics Columnist, 1992 - 1995
    From my computer animation studio in Val Verde I wrote about using computers in production and post-production for TV Technology. As the west coast news correspondent for TV Technology I traveled to trade shows and user sites to report on new developments and practical applications. As a technology analyst, I reviewed and tested new hardware and software provided to me on loan by major manufacturers. http://www.brucegoren.com/Published.html
  • CSI Digital, Los Angeles California
    APPLICATIONS ENGINEER, 1995 - 1996
    My responsibilities at CSI Digital included configuring, demonstrating, installation, and support of Silicon Graphics workstations running high end solutions such as Discreet Logic FLINT and Alias|wavefront PowerAnimator. Pre-sales, I accompanied account executives as a demo artist and technical resource in the field. During the sales cycle I performed technical reviews of system quotations. Post sales I was the customer's first line of tech support and training after completing turnkey installation.
  • The Museum of Television and Radio, Beverly Hills California
    TECHNICAL MANAGER, 1996 - 1997
    During the construction phase I helped supervise audio/video/data sub-contractors in liaison with a project manager and our New York based executives. Having hired and trained an engineering staff of five I managed all daily technical operations. My responsibilities encompassed technical staff development, daily audio/video/computer operations, facilitating A/V requirements of rental activities and broadcasting/taping museum presentations. It was my job to evaluate, purchase, maintain and install broadcast or computer equipment and I implemented changes to our phone switch and voice mail systems. I worked with the database contractor to analyze the library software and develop new features. Reporting to the Vice President, I was responsible for senior management decisions and museum operations nights and weekends. MT&R is a state of the art television master control, theater, and radio studio for transmission, production, individualized listening, video on demand & exhibition.
  • Preferred Video Products, Burbank California
    VP SALES & MARKETING / CONSULTANT, 1997 - 2000
    I was invited by PVP to participate in a challenging turn-around situation for one year. PVP represents and distributes high-end professional video equipment to major market broadcasters, telecommunications common carriers, film and video post facilities, and networks. Under the guidance of President/CEO Richard Lyons I developed sales & marketing tools, wrote ad copy, web pages, and white papers in support of the NAB’98 rollout of MTI’s IntelliDeck and Digital Restoration Services SGI software. Overseeing five regional sales representatives I generated quotations, reviewed contracts and set up technology demonstrations. After the first year I stayed on in a consulting role for PVP, performing business development, technical writing, and website maintenance on a contract basis.
  • Enron Broadband Services, Burbank California
    SENIOR SALES ENGINEER, 2000 - 2000
    Championing customer causes with Engineering, Implementation, Network Operations, and Product Development, I supported the Media and Content vertical market Deal Originators. We promoted and prescribed our MediaCast service for streaming live or on-demand video, bypassing the congested and over-subscribed Internet via the Enron Intelligent Network. An in-house resource/evangelist for high quality encoding and digital pre-mastering/restoration, I’ve demonstrated EBS products at industry trade shows such as NAB, Sun Digital Media Universe, and Real Conference2000. Traveling with the Venture Capital group, I contributed technical reality-checks to our due diligence process. Evaluating technical requirements or feasibility of deals for Strategic Alliance and New Product Deal Originators, I participated in exploratory and negotiating sessions with first to market innovators and ePower partners leading to millions of total contract value dollars.
  • Teranex, Burbank California
    APPLICATIONS SALES ENGINEER, 2000 - 2001
    Teranex is a manufacturer of massively parallel SIMD Architecture video processing computer platforms. We provided format conversion, pre-compression processing and encoding software to the Post Production, Broadcast, and Broadband video markets. Presenting our technology story at trade shows and private demonstrations, I supported Teranex sales initiatives and helped close deals working with the Regional Sales Managers. As a first line of liaison in the field, I provided customer feedback to Product Management as well as on-site installation and upgrade assistance for Customer Service. I contributed feature and product ideas to Engineering, sought out and created opportunities for Business Development and generated leads for my territories by researching new and previously targeted verticals.
  • Advanced Video Designs, Burbank California
    TECHNICAL WRITER / PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANT, 2001 - 2003
    Preparing product requirement documents, white papers, web pages, feature descriptions, help files, press releases and business proposals are some of the assignments I completed while freelancing with AVD. The company introduced a high definition digital disk recorder at NAB 2003 to the Telecine and Post Production market, a dual channel HD I/O interface board for OEM’s was to follow later that year.
  • Good Guys!, Valencia / Daly City, California
    Product Specialist, 2003 - 2005
    Starting at store 44 in Valencia and later at store 02 in Daly City - Serramonte I sold Camcorders, Digital Cameras and many types of High Definition Big Screen TVs including Plasma, DLP, LCoS, Direct View and Rear Projection LCD and CRT. In this customer facing retail environment my compensation was commission based and I consistently exceeded my gross profit targets for product, accessories and extended service protection. Repeat customers and referrals sought me out for my friendly, honest and knowledgeable solutions to specific requirements or general technical issues.
  • Pacific Coast Visions, Santa Clara California
    Sales Executive, 2005 - 2006
    Pacific Coast Visions (PCV) is a Manufacturer’s Rep firm in the Broadcast, Industrial and Pro A/V marketplace. Calling on over 100 Northern California channel sales and designer/consultant partners for top flight OEMs including AutoPatch, Winsted and Chyron was my primary responsibility. Traveling within an extensive territory, I demonstrated product and trained dealer sales staff while providing quotation support and manufacturer liaison. Prior to my hire, this territory had gone completely fallow due to illness and neglect. I cleaned up and expanded the account list, sought out new business and built sales back up from zero in short order.
  • Riptopia, San Francisco California
    Sales Account Manager, Western Regional, 2006 - 2007
    Riptopia converted music CDs into digital files for use on an iPod or media server. Reporting to the Director of Business Development and the A/V Partners Pipeline Executive I handled our western states & provinces dealer channel for the US and Canada calling on Tweeter, Bang & Olufsen and hundreds of Custom High-end Home Theater design/build professionals. Representing Riptopia on the phone, in the field and at trade shows such as CEDIA and EHX, I applied a mix of hunter/farmer/teacher techniques and used NetSuite to seek out, sign up and generate revenue from new and existing Riptopia re-sellers.
  • Vsolay / Point Marketing, Brisbane California
    Associate Producer / Video Editor, 2007 - 2007
  • Equilibrium, Sausalito California
    Sales, 2007 - 2007
  • Cheap Computer Graphics (D.B.A.)
    Animator / Consultant, 1986 - 1995
    Freelancing with my own equipment or in a client studio I provided quick turnaround on 3‑D animations, effects, and simulations. Using my TARGA/32, TIPS, and TOPAS system I produced 3‑D animations, computer generated stereo‑pair views of CAD models, and slides of frame grabs from videotape. In August 1990 two of my stereo pairs were displayed at the annual SIGGRAPH convention in Dallas and included as part of the technical slide set. I also conducted Beta site testing and evaluation for OEMs as well as convention demos and end user training for local VARs.
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A push to “boycott, divest and sanction” (BDS) Israeli companies has limited impact on the credit profile of Israel, yet it directly harms i

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Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX, tweets dramatic pictures from his firm's recent failed attempt to land a rocket on a boat

Google reveals Windows flaw mere days before Patch Tuesday fix, irking M...
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As the carriage fight between Fox News Channel and Dish Network stretches into its second week, Dish Network chief Charlie Ergen is blaming

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Syrian Politician Warns US Over IS Action
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The Syrian Parliament's Speaker warns America that "putting weapons in the wrong hands is an irreversible action".

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The National Labor Relations Board has ordered CNN to rehire 100 workers and compensate 200 others for a labor dispute that originated in 20

Cinematic Cuts Exploit How Your Brain Edits What You See | WIRED
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It's amazing that film editing works, because it's so disruptive to the visual information coming into the brain, says Jeffrey Zacks, a neur

New York radio contrarian and WNYC morning host Steve Post dies at age 70
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Hamas spent 5 years building cross-border tunnel network, IDF destroyed it in 2 weeks; army discovers motorcycles in some tunnels, earmarked

The future of commercial buildings - see-through, solar-powered windows ...
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Two-state solution is not the same anymore
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In any possible two-state solution there will need to be a long-term Israeli security presence throughout the West Bank.

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The IAF hit 30 targets across Gaza Thursday night; since the end of the humanitarian truce at 3 p.m. 100 projectiles fired into Israel; IDF

Media death count encourages Hamas to use human shields
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By emphasizing the comparative body counts without providing the reasons for the disparity, the media plays into the hands of Hamas, and enc

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Best bakery on the planet. Next time you are lamenting how nutty and dysfunctional #SanFrancisco is, remember that this is also the home of Schubert's Bakery. I've heard that the secret to their incredible Princess Cake is that they import fresh sheets of light green marzipan icing from Europe by overnight air express! Yum.
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