Currently, six videos are on the site because they were gracious enough to sit waiting for me on YouTube, but as time goes on and as it permits, I'm determined to find all the rest...wherever it is that I stored them.
If we have umpteen photo albums, it seems reasonable in this day and age that we should have, at the very least, one video album.
I had become so accustomed to watching your utilitarian shows made just to illustrate your merchandise that I'd almost forgotten what a true artist you are, not only with Producer but also with a camera, a keyboard, and a few exquisitely chosen words.
I wonder why some people got more talent than they have time to use, and some of us didn't get diddly-squat. Although I think envy is one of the mortal sins, I believe I'll just wallow in it for a few minutes tonight in your honor.
Hope you find those other shows.
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Dick, I considered exactly what you described, but in the end, it seemed to hardly matter since it's nothing more than a video album.
What a treat to find your creative shows hanging out together at the Playground. Enjoyed each and every one of them. If your purpose was to inspire and jumpstart others creativity, mission accomplished.
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Debbie, one good thing about using YouTube is that people who don't use ProShow can watch a show built for them without having to install Presenter. One of the Playground shows was placed on YouTube for exactly that reason.
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Great, just simply great.
I'm glad you enjoyed my videos! More to come as soon as I have the time to go looking for them. You know how you put something somewhere and tell yourself you'll remember where you put it? Why do we continue repeating the same mistake?
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