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April 06, 2007


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Carolyn Elefant

Believe me, I know how long these videos can take, especially if you are doing them by yourself. Plus, it is harder than I ever realized to speak extemporaneously on camera. It's a credit that you were able to keep them going weekly as long as you did. I will probably go bi-weekly with mine as well.


It really surprised me how many "takes" were required to get a video that was acceptable to me, albeit not perfectly executed.

I decided that bi-weekly made more sense in the long run. It's nice to know that at least someone understands!

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