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My Creative COW
By: Abraham Chaffin on Jul 30, 2010 at 12:48:12 am

I hope everyone gets a chance to browse around the new profiles section of the site. It's kinda fun finally putting all the pieces of Creative COW into a nice package and personally wrapping it for each user. Enjoy! http://my.creativecow.net/...

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By popular demand: Creative COW Magazine print edition available worldwide
By: Ronald Lindeboom on Oct 31, 2009 at 10:40:10 am

Since the introduction of Creative COW Magazine back in early 2006, we have been asked repeatedly to make the print edition available to our friends and members around the world. Unfortunately, we were not set-up to accommodate international mailings and we had no way to bill them and maintain the record keeping -- well, unless our small team wanted to work around the clock! ;o) But recently we have added the means to allow our friends worldwide to receive the print edition and we are delighted that the response has been beyond our expectations, with orders arriving quite regularly. It...

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Maintaining astronomical growth in stagnant market conditions
By: Ronald Lindeboom on Sep 4, 2009 at 12:33:03 pm

In December of 2008, we hit the venerable Google Analytics 1,000,000 totally unique users a month threshold. In January 2009, we crossed over the 1.1 million marker. February found us hitting the 1.2 million level. Then, in March, the 1.3 million level was passed. And so on and so forth until, today, in September of 2009, we have reached the 1.7 million totally unique users a month marker. (Being that we serve a professional audience, we always drop during the Summer months but bounce back fast in mid-August or so, as vacation season ends and people get back to work.)...

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New Face on Demo Reels
By: Abraham Chaffin on May 8, 2009 at 4:01:10 pm

Creative COW has now added a large section of the website just for your Demo Reels . If your Demo Reel is encoded using H.264 or FLV and is 900 pixels wide or less your video will be untouched by our system to ensure the quality you originally desired when you rendered your Demo Reel. There are many reels so far in the collection that have utilized this devotion to quality that is a mainstay at Creative COW. Take a look at these as a good example: http://shorts.creativecow.net/film/293 http://shorts.creativecow.net/film/304 http://shorts.creativecow.net/film/softbox-showreel http://shorts.creativecow.net/film/kenai-productions-reel...

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Multilingual COW 1.0
By: Abraham Chaffin on Apr 23, 2009 at 9:55:35 am

Creative COW is going global on a new level with the introduction of the new translated versions of the Creative COW website. The automatic translator is utilizing a portion of Google's translation software in conjunction with custom filtering and user input to build a translation that is accurate for our industry. This is 1.0 edition and will continue to be refined as more users become involved with their feedback. Please feel free to contact me with any input you may have about the translation or languages that you would like to see added in the future. Below is a list...

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If you want to get the new Issue of COW Magazine, this is the time to sign up
By: Ronald Lindeboom on Mar 24, 2009 at 8:39:16 am

If you haven't yet signed up for your free subscription to Creative COW Magazine, now is the time to visit www.creativecowmagazine.net and sign up. I am working on the database and wanted to give some of you stragglers a chance to get in on this issue before we do the final cut-off. The Magazine continues to grow and is becoming quite popular in studios and companies around the world, so take a couple of minutes and sign-up now Is it a good magazine? Well, here's what Christian Glawe told us: "I have to admit that, when I first heard about...

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Creative COW Magazine: The Games Issue.
By: Tim Wilson on Mar 23, 2009 at 7:52:13 pm

Bigger than The Beatles. Big opportunity. (This is an expanded version of my column at the beginning of The Games Issue.) Normally, Creative COW Magazine is heavily production-oriented. We typically talk about high-end cameras and other cutting-edge hardware. So why a games issue, and why now? Because while other parts of our business may be cooling down, games are hot. If you've ever tried to pry your kid (or your boss) away from video games long enough to eat supper (or sign your paycheck), then you know how compelling video games are. Re: hot, here are some numbers. Best opening...

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COW Magazine #13 is at the printers and it's a cooker
By: Ronald Lindeboom on Mar 23, 2009 at 4:19:50 pm

The new issue of the Creative COW Magazine is at the printer and will soon be arriving in the mail for those in the United States who have opted for the hardcopy edition. For our international members, we will shortly have our PDF editions added to the magazine website for downloading. You will not want to miss this issue as Tim Wilson has sought out a great body of guest writers for this edition -- doesn't he always? -- and it will give you a window into a world of production that maybe you have never explored before. We are...

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Cow news from Ashgabat and Rangoon
By: Tim Wilson on Mar 21, 2009 at 4:12:41 pm

So anyway, we've been pleased as punch to see that, according to Google, The Cow has passed the milestone of 2 million visits per month. Every week is bringing new records for both visits and visitors, so we're sure that many more milestones will be passed in due time. I'm a bit of a stat geek, so I dug in a little deeper. Some of the details are headache-inducing even for me, but, for the less numerically-inclined, I'll start with a nice shiny picture: The first thing I noticed is that a lot of the visits come from exactly where...

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Print is Dead? Someone better tell Bessie.
By: Ronald Lindeboom on Mar 18, 2009 at 4:32:32 pm

I keep reading publishers bemoaning the state of the publishing world and decrying the fact that print is dying. They quote statistics that back up their suppositions and while these "facts" appear true, I have to scratch my head and wonder why they cannot seem to see the forest for all the dead trees they have proffered over the years. Why is print dying? Well, I hate to tell them, it's not -- it's their magazines and view points that are dying. There are other magazines, of which Creative COW Magazine is one example, that are doing very well and...

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Creative COW Productions' Mancave Recording Studios gets its transporter
By: Ronald Lindeboom on Mar 18, 2009 at 2:42:27 pm

Charles and I have started calling the entry way to the new Creative COW Productions' Mancave Recording Studio, the "transporter" because it kind of resembles the Star Trek transporter from the TV series. With (what will end up being) three doors in a triangle -- of which two are now in along with the entry light, etc. -- you can go left into the recording room or go right into the mixing booth. When completed, the steps up into the studio will have a third door that separates the studio from the business offices just down the hall. Here is...

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Mancave Recording Studios nears the midway point
By: Ronald Lindeboom on Mar 15, 2009 at 8:21:30 am

Since recording my first record long ago with a bunch of friends under the auspices of an engineer that had worked with the Righteous Brothers and a few others over the years, I have dreamed of having my own recording studio, complete with isolation booth, etc. So, when Kathlyn and I moved into our new home in Paso Robles, lo and behold, to what do my eyes fall prey? It is a utility area that Kathlyn and I took to calling The Man Cave, as it was clear it was going to be an area dedicated to music and my...

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Forum Directory Preference
By: Abraham Chaffin on Feb 25, 2009 at 1:21:49 pm

After a request from David Roth Weiss Creative COW users now have the ability to customize the look and content of their Forums Directory list. Simply go to your COW account Settings and click on the Extra tab to change what you see when you go to the Forums Directory list. This feature is part of both the design of Creative COW to make the interface customizable and to keep past features available for users who are use to "the way things were". If you're curious where to choose your favorite forums, go to the bottom of the Profile tab...

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COW News Subdomain
By: Abraham Chaffin on Jan 18, 2009 at 12:52:20 pm

There's a new active subdomain at CreativeCOW.net: http://news.creativecow.net The once forums and press releases forum has been moved to this location to better represent what the content there is really about. NEWS! The news and press release forum was never really a forum. It was a place to post all our press releases =o Well now we have a real news environment where you can find other related articles and content that has to do with that specific story. A better layout for the pages that truly makes you feel like you're in a web page that has to do...

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Some of the New Features
By: Abraham Chaffin on Dec 26, 2008 at 11:40:30 am

The COW Blogs have recently come under the microscope and things are being developed to make them a more friendly place and more uniform to the rest of CreativeCOW.net. There's been a lot of changes recently away from the Drupal system so I thought I might give you a heads up on some of the new features and the new look of the new and (we hope you agree) improved blog system. Logging In: To log in to the blogs you only need to be logged into the CreativeCOW.net site. Do this by clicking on the SIGN IN button at...

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You may notice a new look here in the COWBlogs
By: Ronald Lindeboom on Dec 25, 2008 at 3:48:19 pm

The other day I mentioned to Abraham how much I disliked our blogs section and how little I liked Drupal, the system we have been using for a while now. He wrote me today and said that he had been at work on the blogs and wondered if I liked what he had come up with. My answer? "Please change over to this system today, Abraham. No need to wait." Kathlyn and I are going to adopt him. Or give him money. The nicest part of this system is that it is custom developed and Abraham has tied it in...

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Don't be afraid to have a Happy Holiday!
By: Brian Maffitt on Dec 21, 2008 at 10:02:18 am

I wish everyone on the Cow the Happiest of Holidays, the safest of travels, and a most prosperous New Year! Brian Maffitt...

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Happy Thanksgiving, Everyone!
By: Brian Maffitt on Nov 26, 2008 at 3:47:08 pm

  May you all pause for a moment to be thankful for health and happiness. Brian ...

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The COW Blogs have a New Look
By: Abraham Chaffin on Oct 18, 2008 at 12:45:14 am

Well now the blogs are becoming part of Creative COW! As many of you have probably noticed changes have been happening all over as we upgrade our look and feel to become more universal throughout the site. The Blogs have long been the red headed stepchild of CreativeCOW.net but no more! We are officially adopting them in and will begin to promote them more heavily throughout the site....

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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
By: Ronald Lindeboom on Sep 19, 2008 at 5:20:08 pm

Well, it s been an incredible ride so far this year: the COW has grown remarkably, with many wonderful new additions to the site, both in the infrstructure of the site itself and the people who now make this site a part of their online home — sadly, there have also been some horrible tragedies on the personal front that have brought solemnity along with the great joy that we find in building the COW. THE GOOD... According to Google Analytics , we will soon exceed 900,000 totally unique users a month — a staggering number when we remember that...

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Creating print magazines in the Age of the Internet
By: Ronald Lindeboom on Jan 22, 2008 at 10:55:05 am

It always strikes me as odd that here we are in 2008, still relying on print to communicate many of the same ideas that are found in-depth on the web. Why? Is the immediacy of the web -- along its powerful information sources like Google and Wikipedia.org (to name just two) -- simply not enough? Tim Wilson and I talk about this phenomenon from time-to-time and we think that it's one that shows why Creative COW Magazine has become so popular among its readership; a readership that grows daily and is already equal to that of many magazines that have...

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Whats the time?
By: Rajeev Nedumaran on Jan 12, 2008 at 9:49:44 am

This is my first Blog ever! And creative cow rocks. Many thanks to creativecow and the great team behind it. After effects and Cinema 4D - I have learnt from the many podcasts, posts and tutorials on this site. So, I start with a recent model that I did. I guess its better late than never to start a blog. I hope to use this platform to share my work and tricks that I have learnt over the last few years, All thanks to creativecow! I am sure, 2008 is going to be a rocking year and we will have...

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Diamonds are a girl's best friend
By: Rajeev Nedumaran on Jan 12, 2008 at 9:45:25 am

It is a well known fact that falling in love is bad for your knees! But after a fall you also need to go searching for stones. Since I am too bruised (pronounced as broke) to buy such stones, I decided to make one myself and as usual Cinema4D is my knight in shining armour. So folks, here it is: Happily, my better half loved it, even though she can t wear it! Thanks Cinema4D for making up for all those missed anniversaries and birthdays! Hopefully when I get time during the weekend I will post some workflow checkshots. Have...

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Internet Killed the Video Star
By: Aharon Rabinowitz on Jan 10, 2008 at 7:41:48 am

Hi everyone - I ve been pretty silent for the last few months because I ve been hard at work on a new Creative Cow Master Series DVD - Internet Killed the Video Star: A guide to Creating Video for the Web. The 4.5 hour DVD will be available very shortly. Feel free to spread the word. Here s the basic description of the DVD: Whether you’re posting video for a client, putting your demo reel on-line, creating a video podcast, or building video training for the web, the Internet is conspiring to keep your work from looking its best....

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What's in a Name? Plenty when people try to take it.
By: walter biscardi on Dec 9, 2007 at 7:20:46 am

In business you re all about your name. Keep a good name and business flows to your door. Get a bad name and you re looking for a new career. Get a really REALLY good name and from my own personal experience, some people will try and use your name for their own gain. Now if you re reading this blog, then you re already aware of the Creative COW forums and the really REALLY good thing we have going here. During a recent thread in the Apple Color forum, a user pointed out that a production facility in Los...

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What is speech anyway?
By: Aharon Rabinowitz on Oct 10, 2007 at 4:35:02 pm

So for the first time in a long time, I find myself completely at a loss. I ve lost my voice. Gone. I woke up yesterday and couldn t speak - at all. The doctor tells me it will be at least until Saturday before I can talk again. It s frustrating because I can t create podcasts. Obviously I can t record them, but I also read out loud as I write them, to make sure they sound right. So much of what I do is wrapped up in speech. Not that it s even close to the same...

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Lindeboom Beer!
By: Shane Ross on Sep 18, 2007 at 5:54:45 am

OK, I found it. Yup, I found Lindeboom Beer in Amsterdam. I asked for it at nearly every restaurant I went to and no one had it. Heineken could be found EVERYWHERE. And one of my new favorites, BAVARIA, was in a few places, but Lindeboom beer was a rarity. Was this due to the fact that it is a really good and rare beer? Maybe. I am not a beer connesieur, but when I DID find it, and buy one...it was pretty good! Where did I find it? At a bar just a couple blocks from the Red Light...

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Yet another reason to love Wikipedia
By: Tim Wilson on Sep 13, 2007 at 1:55:04 am

So Nora and I were listening to Rubber Soul the other day, and during the piano solo in the middle of In My Life, she wondered who played it. She guessed George Martin. I have Wikipedia as one of the search engines in the upper right of my browser, so I typed in In My Life, and voila, it went right to an entire entry on that song! I figured it would take me, at best to the Rubber Soul page...at best. My assumption was that I d have to refine my search a bit. As Samuel Jackson said in...

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A new interface, completely late but at least not never...
By: Ronald Lindeboom on Aug 19, 2007 at 7:53:13 am

Well, at long last, the COW has a new interface. It s been a long time coming and it s way overdue. I had gotten to where I just couldn t bear to look at the site anymore. The new look is far more balanced and in keeping with the whole idea and spirit of the COW. I am happier than you can imagine to see it as it had worn on my nerves for quite a long time but we were just too busy to deal with it. It finally just got to the point where I told Tim...

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Bessie gets a new face
By: Ronald Lindeboom on Aug 19, 2007 at 7:44:14 am

The latest iteration of the Creative COW website is well under way and I have to say that it s the first time in many years that I have logged into the COW and haven t hated the way it looks. I always meant to come back to it and get it done but couldn t find the time. So, last April, I gave it a minor overhaul but that was just a band-aid on a car wreck victim. Then after the death of my Dad, I went through a severe depression -- not because I had left things unsaid...

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(Still) remodeling to serve you better
By: Tim Wilson on Aug 16, 2007 at 6:59:42 am

This is an edit of my post yesterday, noting the newest new interface. We think we re getting warmer. As The Cow s major redesign continues, there will be another tweak or two along the way. One more update: following your requests, we re definitely working on adding support for YouTube, SWF, and more. Note for you text entry folks: that box very slightly overlaps with the right nav, but you ll see that it doesn t get in the way of actually entering the text. As always, comment away! ...

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Alright!!! I'm finally on the COW! (Wow that sounds a little weird!)
By: Martin Tiller on Aug 14, 2007 at 5:40:40 pm

Posted by Martin: Hello! First and Foremost my name is NOT Martin McTiller, but Martin Tiller. Something got written down wrong in the sign up phase. Although admittedly there is some Scottish/Irish from my mother's side. Tiller is Welsh, Ibelieve. I already have a Posted by Martin : ">blog promoting my work at MCT Images but I wanted to share on the COW as well. MCT Images LLC is my digital video and photography company, located in Richmond, Virginia. MCT Images is mostly me, but I also use other freelancers on various projects as the need arises. Through MCT Images...

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Clockwork: Still Ticking ... (Crazy long post)
By: Sterling Glass on Jun 6, 2007 at 2:46:49 pm

This is part one of a probable three part post. It s mainly a rant on hardware issues I ve had the last couple of months. The Lappy: I won t mention the manufacturer other than to say it s not a Dell or an Apple laptop. From what I ve read on forums and review sites, this laptop is overall in the 85-90 out of 100 group for cost/performance, yadda yadda. My mobile beast of burden, and the first one I ve ever owned. I prefer to build my own desktops, but building a laptop isn t quite accessible...

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Introduction
By: Peter Berghammer on May 7, 2007 at 11:11:58 am

Before I begin my foray into the world of blogging I wanted to take a moment to say thank you to Ron & Tim for their efforts in getting me situated with the Cow. I look forward to the many blogs ahead and hope that some of you may find the information at least useful, and at best challenging. Although I have a fairly broad portfolio in the areas I write about, and areas researched, I believe that there are always some common factors or themes that run throughout the electronics, entertainment, tech, legal and economic communities - and the way in which...

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ArtBollocks - Are we all guilty?
By: adam taylor on May 2, 2007 at 6:00:12 am

I have toyed with the notion of having a blog for a while now, but only yesterday did i actually find something worth discussing online...namely Artbollocks, and how it pertains to the video industry. If its a term you are not famiiar with let me explain....It refers to the way "artists" justify what they do by means of pretentious, overly complex and fanciful descriptions validating whatever creative decision they have finally chosen to take. I was reminded of this just yesterday, when visiting a major exhibition of works by an internationally renowned (and for the sake of this blog -...

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Soundtrack!
By: David Battistella on Apr 20, 2007 at 8:18:50 pm

Well. I might have bought Logic for no reason (thank god I make music too), But i was relieved to see that they finally got the OMF imtegrated in this version of soundtrack.  How many times have I wanted to export an OMF from my FCP timeline into another app (other than Protools) on my mac to do the final mix on some of my projects.   I can tell you that there was a huge sign of relief when I saw that the new version of the software was going to make it really easy to import OMF.  For those...

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Biscardi NAB 2007 Diary - 4/13/07 4:30pm
By: walter biscardi on Apr 13, 2007 at 5:48:19 pm

We ve arrived in Sunny Las Vegas! Checked in to the fabulous Flamingo hotel which we really used to enjoy for the penquins in the outdoor habitat, but they checked out last year so it s not quite the same. Still gotta love staying in the original strip hotel that started it all. As you can see from the photo we re staying in the top of the line penthouse suite with a classic Strip view, only the best for Cow members! Tonight will be a little rest and relaxation as we ll be taking in the Jay Leno show...

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Walter Biscardi's NAB 2007 Schedule
By: walter biscardi on Apr 13, 2007 at 5:25:41 pm

Well folks, NAB 2007 is upon us and I hope to be able to meet some of you. So if you re going to Las Vegas, here is where you ll definitely find me! Sunday April 15 - Apple Event AM, Panasonic Event PM Monday April 16 - AJA Booth all day, Booth SL6113 directly across from Apple. Tuesday April 17 - AJA Booth AM, Booth SL6113. Creative Cow booth PM, Booth SL2626. Between Adobe and Grass Valley (on your right as you walk to the Apple booth.) Wednesday, April 18 - Presenting HD Finishing in Final Cut Pro as...

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Oops. Comments now enabled.
By: Eric T. Bliss on Mar 28, 2007 at 6:28:58 am

The 150 or so of you I ve added in the past couple of days may have noticed that the comments weren t working right for you. They re working for everyone now. Moo! Your pal, Bessie...

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Bessie gets classroom credit
By: Eric T. Bliss on Mar 27, 2007 at 10:16:41 pm

I got this lovely letter from Dave Gorrie about an article in the current issue of The Creative COW magazine by John Woody, about the cutting-edge lab at James Madison University. Dave graduated in 2000 and clearly did his homework! He cut over 1500 promos at The Discovery Channel, and has since started his own production business... - Hello Bessie! Thank you for publishing the article about the School of Media Arts and Design at James Madison University.  I m glad there are outlets like Creative Cow that help give insight into the challenges of industry educators and professionals alike.  Articles like the one written about the SMAD...

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New accounts all caught up!
By: Eric T. Bliss on Mar 26, 2007 at 1:14:03 pm

I m thrilled by how many of you want to join ol Bessie at The COWBlogs. The initial stampede came faster than my hooves could send the approvals, but by now, everybody should be all set. New accounts should also be getting approved much more quickly now. If yours hasn t been approved yet, it s probably because you didn t use your real name when creating your account. I ve tried to notify everyone in that situation, and will be activating those accounts as soon as you reply. Any more questions? Swing by the COWBlog Help forum , and...

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The Curse of the Yellow Hammer
By: Christian Glawe on Mar 25, 2007 at 2:58:24 pm

We all know how techno-centric our industry is. And how quickly that technology changes. Simply keeping up with all the new capabilities, gear, workflows, software, platforms, etc. can be a full-time job. And gear is critical. We can t do our jobs without it, and we can t do our jobs *well* if we don t know how to best *use* that gear. But.... we re supposed to be creative artists, too. In fact, I d argue that those who find long-term success in this business aren t necessarily those with the most gear, but instead, those who can find...

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Why COWBlogs?
By: Eric T. Bliss on Mar 22, 2007 at 11:30:53 am

What’s a blog? Blog” is short for web log , and it’s just that: a journal of what you find anywhere in the the world: online, at work, even ( oh no! ) in your life. Think of blogs as a cross between a website and a forum. They’re easier to build than a website, and they have a built-in way for people to respond to what you write. Blogs aren’t just popular. They’re exploding : 70 million of them as 2007 begins, and 100 million expected by the end of they year. While hundreds of COWs already have their...

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Now Playing!
By: Eric T. Bliss on Mar 14, 2007 at 11:58:51 am

I, Bessie, love the music of the cowbell as I graze. I also love the sounds of The Grassroots, The Animals, The Crickets, and The Beatles. I know that many of you COWs love music while you graze as well. That s why we started the Now Playing podcast : to talk about music with producers, performers, and more. You ll see that the first episode has already been posted, with more on the way. That s also why I wanted to start the Now Playing forum at The Creative COW. It s still new, but you ll see some...

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American Forces Network
By: Eric T. Bliss on Mar 12, 2007 at 5:40:43 pm

From: Adams, Scott Civ, AFN South Subject: Thanks Creative Cow! I have been an avid reader and user of Creative Cow for about four years now and wanted to take a moment to say Thank-You! I have been a broadcast designer and 3d animator for about 7 years. I worked for the Golf Channel for 6 years and then a year ago I started working for American Foces Radio and TV, supporting American servicemen and thier families in Europe. In the past I have always had great bosses and co-workers to learn from and collaborate with. Here in my new...

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Creative COW Magazine succeeds because it's an oddball
By: Ronald Lindeboom on Mar 9, 2007 at 2:16:46 pm

Well, the new issue of Creative COW Magazine is at the printer and should be run shortly. Hopefully, all the work that Tim Wilson and I put into it will open up some interesting discussions and get people to open their minds to the incredible opportunity that lies in front of them. It is not often that a market shift opens up as many opportunities as that which the rapidly accelerating world of mini-media is doing. We have tried to explore this new media opportunity from many differing vantage points. This, so that readers can examine how the principles may...

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A Tale of Magazines and the Year 2007: Who'd uh thunk it?
By: Ronald Lindeboom on Feb 28, 2007 at 3:55:29 am

As we get to the finish line on the new pre-NAB issue of Creative COW Magazine, the thought hit me this morning that this is really quite an amazing ride. When we started building web-based community sites back in June of 1995, we would not have dared dream that this would be happening in 2007. Or that we'd be doing as odd a thing as building a magazine and competing against the major publishing ventures in this industry. If someone had told us the future many years ago, we would have likely laughed. It's quite a strange thing to remember...

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