Catch me on MacLife.com

 

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Yeah, yeah… I know I haven’t been blogging much here lately. Freelance work has been consuming most of my time when I’m not with family (or trying to claw out an existence with the DVD biz), and this month I started blogging for MacLife.com, the web portal for Mac|Life magazine.

I realize it’s not of much interest for the folks who follow my movie work, but those who know me are well aware that the Mac (and most everything Apple) has been a longtime passion of mine, so it’s quite a thrill to be getting paid to write about the stuff for a change. You can get a list of only my posts by clicking here.

Fear not, I’ll keep posting nonsense here about the movie biz, too…

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2 Responses to “Catch me on MacLife.com”

 
  1. michaelarman Says:

    JR,
    My name is Mike Arman and I’ve followed your career for sometime; enjoying many of your Tempe flicks. I’m from Akron, currently living in Chicago. My college roomate was a friend of James Edwards and that’s how I learned of you. Thought it was so cool you were making movies in Akron.
    Anyway, I’m now the technical director at my church and we stream our services live. We are only using a .wmv stream currently and want to upgrade to something more universally viewable, particularly on Macs and iPhone. From everything I’m finding online, it seems like streaming for iPhone is very difficult currenlty. I’ve scoured Apple’s site and many message boards, but I’m not finding the info I need. Do you have any insight to streaming live content compatible with iPhone?
    Here is my email if you want to connect with me:
    michael.arman@moodychurch.org
    Thanks for your time and help.
    –Mike

  2. J.R. Bookwalter Says:

    Hey Mike,

    I’m not an expert with Mac streaming, but Quicktime is generally the best option and it’s viewable by pretty much everything, including the iPhone. Do a Google search for “Quicktime streaming” and you’ll probably find lots of options!

    JRB