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June 2, 2005 / Kate

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Does anyone know how to post a little video clip? I have a quick time player file that I want to share with y’all

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  1. vasisthadas / Jun 2 2005 3:17 pm

    I don’t think you really want to share that. I think you want to set it on fire. And bury it. And then dig it up so you can burn it again. Then bury it some more.

  2. Kate / Jun 2 2005 3:26 pm

    Okay, can I show the one of me harvesting worms then?

  3. vasisthadas / Jun 2 2005 7:46 pm

    Oh yeah. That one’s cool.

  4. Kate / Jun 2 2005 8:41 pm

    well then tell me how

  5. LuckySpinster / Jun 2 2005 9:24 pm

    i wish i could help. i have a video clip on ls.com but i kind of don’t know how the hell it happened ’cause it wasn’t supposed to be possible but there it is.

    i basically try to date techie guys every few months so they can help me with shite like this.

  6. LousyCook / Jun 3 2005 7:35 am

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  7. LousyCook / Jun 3 2005 7:38 am

    I’m not sure if BlogSpot has any built in capabilities to handle quicktime files, but if you have webspace somewhere, you can simply upload the .mov file to you webspace, and then provide a link to in in your blog post.

    For example, you have webspace with, what is it? PhotoFlicker or something like that? Whereever you’re storing your photos. If they let you store other types of files, upload the .mov file to them. Then provide a link to the file the same way you do your images:

    <a href = “http://www.mywebspace.com/myvideo.mov”>Click here for a great video</a>

    Something like that.
    -Steve

    PS. I deleted the last post becuase stupid BlogSpot tried to parse the HTML code I wrote for you.

  8. LousyCook / Jun 3 2005 7:38 am

    I’m not sure if BlogSpot has any built in capabilities to handle quicktime files, but if you have webspace somewhere, you can simply upload the .mov file to you webspace, and then provide a link to in in your blog post.

    For example, you have webspace with, what is it? PhotoFlicker or something like that? Whereever you’re storing your photos. If they let you store other types of files, upload the .mov file to them. Then provide a link to the file the same way you do your images:

    <a href = “http://www.mywebspace.com/myvideo.mov”>Click here for a great video</a>

    Something like that.
    -Steve

    PS. I deleted the last post becuase stupid BlogSpot tried to parse the HTML code I wrote for you.

  9. Kate / Jun 3 2005 8:25 am

    Well, I guess I’ll just have to leave Keith for a techie. Sorry hun. Have a nice life.

    I cant use Picasa anymore because I converted to Mac like an idiot. I miss Picasa

  10. dad / Jun 3 2005 8:56 am

    I cant use Picasa anymore because I converted to Mac like an idiot. I miss Picasa

    tys

  11. Kate / Jun 3 2005 8:57 am

    Wait, what? You converted to Mac like an idiot too? tys? What does this mean?

  12. dad / Jun 3 2005 10:10 am

    Its my new abbr lingo.
    tys – told you so.
    If you kids dont have a dictionary, I guess I will just have to write one.

    No. I wouldnt go to “the other side” for all the tea in China, as they used to say.

  13. Kate / Jun 3 2005 10:25 am

    Oh. Okay.

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