On Location: Kurlancheek Home Furnishings

On Location: Kurlancheek Home Furnishings

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7DHieD7jGw They say it's not what you know, but who you know. I never really liked that phrase. It implies that being skilled is less important than just running into the right people. What happens when the right people realize you’re the wrong person for the job? Or if who you know, knows you know nothing… ya know? Yeah… no one wins. I like to think of it more as what you know AND who you know leads to opportunities. If you’re really good at what you do and people know this about you, you’ll find opportunities for success. Of course, that also means letting the people you know, know what you know. (ok, I promise I’m done…but it was fun) That’s how Kurlancheek Home Furnishings became a client. I was out one night shooting a concert and ran into a friend who was looking for someone to produce a few new commercials for Kurlancheek. We talked for a bit and about a month later (thanks to...
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5 Questions Local Business Need to Ask About Online Marketing Videos (and Not Lose Money)

5 Questions Local Business Need to Ask About Online Marketing Videos (and Not Lose Money)

"How do I succeed online?" "How do I get my name out there?" "What does a small business need to know about video?" "How do I get started?"   Every year we hear a lot of the pain of local marketing while at NEPA BlogCon, the first, one and only social media and blogging conference in PA. Video, podcasts, production as a whole have come up each year, Getting Started with YouTube was even a presentation last year. Park MultiMedia is proud to have not only attended NEPA BlogCon from year one but to record all sessions on video for anyone to reference online. This year Park Multimedia will also be on hand after the sessions for online video marketing advice at the NEPA BlogCon Expo Hall (new this year!)  To get ready for the expo hall – we’re putting Park Multimedia’s own Dan Kimbrough on the hot seat with some popular local marketing questions. If you don’t know the answer to these questions, you better listen...
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Has Apple Lost it’s Edge

Has Apple Lost it’s Edge

You’re looking at the newly redesigned Apple Mac Pro. Gone are the days of square towers and space consuming electronics, this is sleek, pretty, quiet and completely different. As Apple dubs it ‘the Desktop of the Future’ and ‘Something that provides an extremely powerful argument against the status quo.’ Some of the new key selling points of the Apple Mac Pro - 4k video support Thunderbolt 2 Up to 12 cores of processing power 60 GB/s PCIe Flash Storage Designed with built-in Thunderbolt 2, USB 3, Gigabit Ethernet, and HDMI 1.4 ports and so on… So what’s the problem? The problem is what the mac pro is not, which is a performance machine. To begin, the mac pro tops out at 12 cores. Fine for most people, but the old mac pro could go up to 16 cores, giving pro users the power the needed for larger renders and exports. Also, there’s no optical bay and all the inputs make most current drives...
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