Giving to charity - part 4

In our on going commitment to charitable causes, I recently fundraised for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) and participated in the One America 500 Festival Mini Marathon. The LLS helps patients with blood cancers and supports research into finding cures. Although I got a personal best in the 13.1mi/21.1km race, the important thing was that I was participating to make the lives of cancer patients better.

Giving to charity - an ongoing commitment

Back in 2006 when Justin and I started this crazy high definition video stuff, I wanted to make sure that our software was "societally responsible". That is, I wanted to give back to the community in one way or another. Since then, mac1080hd.com has become shedworx and the economy has been on a roller coaster ride, but my commitment to supporting charities continues...

The state of AVCHD on Macintosh computers and evolution of Voltaic

Why Voltaic?
When I first heard of the hard drive based high definition video cameras back in 2006, I was excited. I was very interested in getting a HD video camera, mostly for chronicling the first years of my daughter's life. In December of 2006 I took the plunge and bought a Sony HDR-SR1. Well, truthfully, I conned my father into buying the video camera as a Christmas present, but that is an aside. I obtained the SR1 knowing full-well that there was not support for AVCHD™ on OS X. Surely, Apple™ or Sony™ would quickly support the new consumer HD format on OS X.
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