Monthly Archives: September 2010

Photography — The Beauty of Public Signage

One morning, I was traveling in a Bangalore bus. The bus stopped near an intersection and was waiting for the green traffic signal. When I looked out, this is what I saw.

No Parking

The typographical error as well as somebody’s attempt of correcting it made it interesting. As I was observing, a man came and parked a bicycle full of junk cartons, in front of this ‘PRIVTE NO PARKING’ sign.
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A Beginner's Guide To Screencasting In Linux

“With great power comes great responsibility”
Uncle Ben (From Spiderman)

Linux is a free and open powerhouse which demands some quality time to get used to. Once tamed, it will give you powers like never before. But more often than not, you will be crippled by the lack of right information about Linux and its touted killer features. One such section is screencasting and the associated video post-production.
This post details three most useful and most-often left out laymen tools for video mastering.

  1. Screencasting
  2. Video Watermarking and
  3. Video Editing

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