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I like the quadcopter.
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On 04/04/2008, cdb <btech-online.co.uk> wrote: colin
> I like the quadcopter.
> cdb, on 4/04/2008
Anybody besides me HATE this idea?
That has to be THE most annoying form for a magazine...
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>On 04/04/2008, cdb <btech-online.co.uk> wrote: colin
>Anybody besides me HATE this idea?
>That has to be THE most annoying form for a magazine...
It's not the *whole* magazine, it's supplemental to the print/PDF
magazine and I think it's a great idea.
M. Adam Davis
I largely agree with you, this is a good thing.
Many people learn better by seeing than reading, and some projects
just call out for a video or audio.
I hope, however, that it is redundant - you should still be able to
get the same information from the print article as you get in the
video and audio. I hate that CNN has a bunch of interesting stories
that are video only, with no transcript.
I hope it gets as cheap and easy (actually, cheaper and easier) to
document projects using pictures, video, audio, etc as it is to throw
a webpage up. There are doubtlessly tons of interesting work
happening that could be put on the web in a multitude of formats that
isn't simply because it requires significant time and money.
On 4/4/08, Clint Sharp <mit.edu> wrote: piclist
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