Robert Pedigo

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TLDR: The courses in The Professional Video and Audio Production Bundle will help you create professional-quality video and audio for all of your productions. There may not be a digital medium that’s fundamentally changed as radically over the past several years as video and audio editing. From splicing film and tape with honest to goodness razor blades only 20 to 30 years ago, the level of consumer-grade software now capable of producing professional-quality video and audio is truly staggering. But all that innovation doesn’t really help you much if you don’t know how to use it, does it? The Professional… This story continues at The Next Web
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Here’s what to expect from Microsoft’s tiny new console Continue reading…
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Southwest Airlines will continue to block middle seats through November, as customers look towards air travel around Thanksgiving during coronavirus.
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(NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) NASA analyzed the cloud top temperatures in Hurricane Teddy using infrared light to determine the strength of the storm. Infrared imagery revealed that the strongest storms were on Teddy's western side.
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Review: Gone Girl's Gillian Flynn brings dark grit to the Amazon show about a deadly virus and a conspiracy.
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Maria Gavilano has been a full-time Uber driver for nearly 4 years. Here's how she's changed her protocol to keep passengers safe.
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The company will supply week-ahead FFR following the results of a recent trial.
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Cyberattacks have evolved since 2016 and are aiming at the campaigns of both Joe Biden and Donald Trump.
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The latest would-be "Tesla killer" launches next year with massive power, huge range and the world's fastest charging system.
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There's always been a level of uncertainty for millennials with student debt, but the pandemic intensified it. Now's the time to relieve $1.6 billion.
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Xiaomi has revealed its latest affordable smartphone, with the POCO X3 NFC delivering unexpectedly good specs wrapped in decent style. Based on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 732G chipset, the 6.67-inch Android phone has high-end features like a 120Hz refresh rate display and a quad camera array on the back. The primary camera is a 64-megapixel Sony IMX682 sensor, with an f/1.89 lens … Continue reading
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Big movies heading straight to streaming could be a boon for accessibility, but not until audio description is as ubiquitous as captions.
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The attack crashed the district's online learning platform and blocked students from logging on during the first week of online classes.
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We talk to VMware VP and Kubernetes co-founder Craig McLuckie: 'Our ambition was to disrupt' - but not just for Google SpringOne  Virtual SpringOne kicked off with VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger declaring that the company's partnership with Microsoft - Azure Spring Cloud is generally available from today - has ended decades of "clawing and spitting and fighting with each other".…
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(Purdue University) Inari Agriculture, a biotechnology company developing next-generation seeds, has secured $145 million since its founding less than four years ago and is expanding its operations at its Purdue Research Park-based Seed Foundry. Funding will help Inari advance it research and expand its extensive "toolbox" of proprietary and exclusively licensed technologies to create new products and added production value for farmers around the globe.
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Apple and Google are launching the second stage of their digital COVID-19 exposure notification system, baking the technology into iOS and Android. Currently, though both platforms support digital contact tracing – and can monitor proximity regardless of whether a person is using an iPhone or an Android device – it requires a separate app in order to work. The goal, … Continue reading
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Want the best Android phone with a stylus? That's the Samsung Galaxy Note. If a Note 20 Ultra's not in the budget, let's take a look at the Note 10 Plus or the less expensive Note 9.
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An online interactive map created by a California-based paleontologist allows people to see how their hometown moved through hundreds of millions of years of continental drift.
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Local officials said an additional 28 people were injured from the incident. Rescue crews searched through the debris looking for victims.
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Microsoft has pushed back Windows 10 1803's end of service date to allow organizations to focus on business continuity during the pandemic.
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Xiaomi seems to be on a launching spree. The company has just announced the Redmi 9 in India today and it reportedly also has a Reddmi 9i in the works
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Musk said in May Neuralink could begin human testing within a year, although experts have questioned this timeline.
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Can’t say much until its results are released tomorrow... conveniently Exclusive  Perennial cloud-contender NetApp has pruned its workforce on the eve of its quarterly results.…
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Some games are made to get your adrenaline pumping while others are designed to help you relax. There are games that challenged the creativity of your mind and there are titles that try to test your nerves. Airplane Mode is a game that seems to have all of these elements crammed into a single title, letting you test your mettle … Continue reading
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge On Monday, Epic Games and Apple faced off in the first hearing of their ongoing legal fight, held in a public Zoom call because of the ongoing quarantine restrictions. The hearing sought to determine whether Epic’s developer privileges should be legally protected — initially by a temporary restraining order, setting the stage for a more powerful preliminary injunction that would remain in force for the duration of the trial. Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers did not issue an immediate ruling on the issue, but said she would be issuing a written order after the fact “and I will issue it quickly.” However, Judge Rogers opened the hearing by indicating she was likely to take action to protect the Unreal Engine, but let the Fortnite ban stand. “I... Continue reading…
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Earlier this month, Samsung took the wraps off its new Galaxy Note 20 series with a vanilla and less appealing Note 20, and a true ... The post Galaxy Note 20 S-Pen replacement will be sold at $39.99 appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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Earlier this month, Google finally released its mid-range phone, the Pixel 4a. Along with that, the company said it’s going to launch the Pixel 5 later this fall. Now, thanks to OnLeaks and Pricebaba, we have a first look at Pixel 5 through rendered images, and the phone looks just like the Pixel 4a. The renders suggest that there are few subtle changes though, as compared to Google’s pocket-free offering. For one, the bezels are slimmer, and there are two cameras in the square block on the back. We wonder if Google is going to ditch the telephoto lens from the… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google
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The BBC has received more than 8,000 complaints over a BBC Breakfast report about migrants crossing the Channel shown earlier this month.The segment, which aired on the breakfast show on 10 August, saw reporter Simon Jones broadcast live from a boat that had pulled alongside a dinghy with migrants on board.He said: “We have seen them trying to get water out of the boat, they’re doing that at the moment, they are using a plastic container to try to bail out the boat.“Obviously it’s pretty overloaded there. People are wearing life jackets, it is pretty dangerous, just the number of people on board that boat.”After asking whether they were safe, Jones remained with the boat until those on board were picked up by the UK Border Force.Some 8,340 complaints were made to the broadcaster on the grounds that viewers felt the programme showed “offensive/insensitive coverage of migrants crossing the Channel by boat”.READ MORE: Black Professionals Call For 24-Hour BBC Boycott Over N-Word Use BBC Apologises Over Use Of The N-Word In News Report BBC News Boss Predicts TV Bulletins Could Be Axed As Audiences Move Online In response, a BBC spokesperson said: “This report was a stark illustration of the significant risks some people are prepared to take to reach the UK.“Channel crossings is a topic of huge importance and we always endeavour to cover the story sensitively.“In this instance the Dover Coastguard were aware of the boat before our crew spoke to them and at no point did they, or those in the boat signal that a rescue operation was required.“The Coastguards instead alerted Border Force, who then safely picked up the occupants and took them to shore.”Earlier this month, the BBC received almost 19,000 complaints about the uncensored use of the N-word in a report about a racist attack in Bristol. The broadcaster initially failed to apologise following the criticism, which sparked a further backlash, before director general Lord Tony Hall later admitted it had “made a mistake”.
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