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Wow. Where to start? Several weeks have passed, but it feels like it was yesterday…… Read more →
I love my family. I really do! But to be honest, they can be a little… “difficult” would be the most polite word, I suppose. Each has their own little quirks and foibles, and I couldn’t imagine a world without them. One recent incident really cemented all that I love and all that frustrates me to no end. Allow me to elaborate:… Read more →
Technology is often taken for granted. It is often forgotten just how helpful it can be in everyday life. People often think of all of the potential frustrations and inconveniences technology can cause without considering the benefits it can provide, since it has become a regular part of their lives. Even the most helpful technologies can be thought of resentfully, no matter how useful they are.… Read more →
That Puffin, always getting himself into trouble.
Businesses are hectic. Business owners have to split their time working with different departments, delegating and assigning projects, and even planning for the future. There is so much to handle that business owners often feel overwhelmed, and that their business is going out of control.
That’s where FreeConference comes in! Granted, we can’t run your business for you (yet), but we provide services to make life easier for businesses and their owners using video calls.
At FreeConference.com, we devote our time to create the best possible experience for our customers, so it means a lot when our customers express their appreciation. One of our customers recently wrote to us and praised our service. This customer, Jonathan, is a researcher at a renowned university, and said that our service provided an accessible, convenient solution for his career needs. Jonathan regularly coordinates his research with his colleagues around the world, and often presents his findings via video conference.
It’s hard being a teenager—between extra-curricular activities, class projects, and the looming pressure of one’s peers, high school is a formative time. The grades students get in high school will affect what post-secondary program they will get into, and these numbers all around will affect career options and overall quality of life. … Read more →
Like any craft or discipline, practicing is a crucial part of playing music. Not only does it improve your playing technique, but knowing various scales, chords, and techniques makes you a more creative and thoughtful musician.
There are countless books for learning instruments and musical genres, but how useful are they for everyone? For example: if a seasoned player bought a practice book to keep up with everyday practice, they may find that it is too simplistic. More often than not, they cater to one very particular skill level, and this can be a problem with moving forward or revisiting fundamentals.
If you ask people who grew up in the early-20th century about what television and media were like, they might remember seeing newsreels in theatres—programs about global affairs, war news, and economic news were filmed and sent to various towns and cities for citizens to keep up-to-date on the state of the world. In the more primitive days of television news, many people relied on these newsreels to stay informed, especially about the war efforts during the Second World War, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War.
What has changed since? At its face, lots has, but when you think about it, the message is largely the same—people want information quickly, accurately, and conveniently. In the 21st century, new media has taken on various forms, and a lot of these involve audio-video capabilities and video calling. Let’s take a look at some recent examples of how video media has been revolutionized.