How to create your own Screencast on Windows Vista?

Nick Hodge, our new minted EE (that’s enthusiast evangelist or he prefers to call the term “Professional Geek”) has just released a new series of videos called Geek Stories. The focus of this series is about the application of fun and enjoyable technology for everyone. In his first video “The Geek Stories: Blogcast from Windows Vista” on on10, Nick spoke to our local Vista screen casts guruJeff Alexander, to find out how to create your very own screencast using Windows Movie Maker (which is built into Windows Vista).

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The video is a lot of fun and informative, rated G for Great Geek Watching Material on a Saturday🙂

Any questions about technologies or Windows Vista? Drop Nick an email (nhodge) about it and tell him that Berno sent you.

Now, I wonder who is this Frank from St Ives, could it be

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PS: You can catch a glimpse of our office (Sydney), the famous Harbour Bridge and Opera House on this video too.

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