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»  October 7, 2009

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Just Blast Me

I wasn't able to go to the MAX show this year again but as I mentioned the other day I was making a recorded appearance there via Phillip Kerman's burgeoning video sarcasm business. Adobe hired him to produce some pieces, including the segue from the MAX Awards to the Sneak Peeks session (part of which was captured in a series of photos by Kendall Whitehouse on Flickr).

I knew this was going to be the case, but it wasn't until I was flicking through Kendall's photos that it was really driven home: My voice-over for Phillip's video was coming out of the speakers on the LA Convention Center stage right after Mark "Luke Skywalker" Hamill had been up there, and I absolutely, completely missed it.

[UPDATE] This is what happens when you only get reports second-hand. Phillip's piece (and my voice!) weren't played after Mark Hamill was done. The end of this video shows Hamill and Adobe's Ted Patrick still on the stage in front of the opening screen of the video, as the lights go down after Patrick introduces the "prepared legal statement."

Wed Oct 07, 2009 15:15 -0700