Tuesday, May 12, 2009

New show videos uploaded.

Breaking news from Don Baker:

I now have the last three videos up on Blip.tv and linked from our archive page. I don't think this will be the end of the story as far as our video hosting, but it's usable for now. Our fans can watch and download videos like before. Blip's video player doesn't allow you to skip past what the player has downloaded to your computer, so people will probably have to let the player sit for a while downloading if they want to skip past announcements and such. The service doesn't allow anonymous comments. It does support Creative Commons licensing, which I like.

It's ok to announce that we have the video back and we're interested in comments. I'll update the notes on the web site soon.



  1. Thanks for making these videos available to us. It means a lot to those of us who don't live in the Austin area.

  2. I've been listening to the audio as a podcast more than anything lately. But it's nice to know the videos are there if I ever need to see your faces! ;)

    Keep up the excellent work.

  3. Someone should also point out that Blip has traffic issues and playing videos from them can sometimes be quite difficult.

  4. I'd love to see high quality episodes uploaded to your new venue.

  5. Cheers Don :) Looks much better quality too.

  6. Excellent episodes.
    I saw excerpts of eps 602 "Tracies Fallacy model" on You Tube.
    Clear concise explanations of teh concepts - and entertaining too
    Well done all involved.
    You guys rock my world.

    Mark (Richo)
    Tasmania Australia

  7. Have you ever considered providing an RSS torrent feed for your videos? I've recently came across this program called Miro, which lets you subscribe to torrent feeds and automatically downloads newly available content.


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