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Saturday, April 30th, 2011, 2:40 am

First TechBytes Episode in Video

TechBytes

Direct download as Ogg (20.1 MB)

Summary: Pilot for a new show that will come in the form of video

THIS episode is a test which we hope will help us get sufficient feedback before the first episode of the video series/show. Please put comments at the bottom to help us improve delivery. We are already aware that audio and video are a tad out of sync (video lag) and will attempt to address that.

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Update: we are having a hard time uploading this to YouTube, maybe due to video dimension.

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