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One Minute Make File

Lately, I've been doing a lot of tutorial, documentation and demo crafting at work. Nothing fancy, just screen capture stuff with annotations. I'm an engineer first...

Seeing Bre's weekly Make videos develop has got me wanting to do more and different things. Hard to believe it's been fifteen years since the last documentary soundtrack work and ten since my last orchestral performance.

Enter the One Minute Make File:

  1. Take one minute. No more; no less.

  2. Pick a mini-tutorial topic.

  3. Record the material.

  4. Edit to fit one minute.

  5. Slap on a Creative Commons license.

  6. Post it.

Time to get exercising those creative muscles again!


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