How Long Does It Take to Say "I Know Playing GOLF" ?

How long to know golf? 2 sources say you never "know" golf. John Madden wrote an article that "you never get golf" and Tiger Woods has rebuilt his swing 3 times and each year says he will work hard to improve. You can learn the rules very quickly by reading the rule books and asking golf coaches about course etiquette. As far as learning the swing? I am a 2 handicap and I have played in 4 Nationwide PGA Tour monday qualifier events. I have learned alot about the golf swing and still feel like I do not even know the half of it. I practice 3 times a week and take lessons once a month, research and watch video of the swing on my PC and on youtube . Do not beat yourself up about your speed of learning. You should do a couple things to help yourself. 1:> Get lessons if you know you will play the game. To do it cheaply get into a clinic with other people. Talk to and get coaches to look at your swing and ask them to tell you what they would do to improve you before booking a lesson with them - that will give you an idea of how they coach before you pay. 2:> Start a journal on your PC or in a notebook. After your lesson and after you play or do well on the range you should write down any drills that worked, things you worked on and any relevant notes. 3:> Go step by step. Start with your setup and work your way into a good swing. Start with chipping and putting and lower your scores 4:> do not be impatient because golf is hardest on the impatient golfer. Between slow rounds on public courses to not shooting scores you want to shoot...

1. Why are tripod legs and heads sold separately? Why no 1-piece tripods? [duplicate]

There is one more point to add: Because tripod manufacturers have agreed to use a 3/8" screw for the legs head connection, one can switch as one pleases between heads and legs which allows for greater flexibility.Some people like wooden tripods - others want aluminium or carbon fibre. Then again, often the head is the most important component, hence you could buy any sturdy reasonably cheap tripod and put a very expensive head on it (say for video) if you needed it.Lastly, I do not think anybody does it, BUT you could take one tripod and two heads for different jobs with you when travelling with a luggage restriction.Asking why tripod legs and heads are sold separately is a bit like asking why music players and headphones/speakers are sold separately ;) - to accommodate the most needs with the least effort.

2. What is the power rating for a desktop computer?

1.As in, "How much power does a desktop computer use, AC wise?" Depends on what the maximum wattage rating is for the power supply in it, and what the computers used for. For example: You have desktop computer with a 300 watt power supply in it. Your particular usage is to surf the 'net, or do office/business work with it. I estimate you will only use 100 to 150 watts. That's the energy used for a 100 watt light bulb, or a 100 watt, and 50 watt light bulb. Gamin', or editing video's? Not good enough for some of the high-power graphics cards, plus the system. Better use a power supply wattage calculator. You can find them for free online

3. How do you put sound into a power piont presentation?

Unfortunately the web clips from YouTube are such that the audio and video are compressed and unable to separate the tracks (the audio and video can be dissected with a audio/video editor), but you would not be able to break out the audio from the video in Powerpoint. Powerpoint is not a sophisticated A/V (audio/video) editing program, merely a presentation program as you know. If the music from the video is a song that you could otherwise download from the internet you could import the . mp3 or . wma files into powerpoint and play it without the video. If it's unique audio, if you have a microphone, I would hook it up to your computer and put the microphone right up to your speakers and play the video, your microphone will capture the music (recording) and then you can use that file and import it into Powerpoint, While doing it this way gets you the music without the video, the audio quality wo not be as good either

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She graduated in 1989 from Wayne State University, and obtained her MFA in cinematography from UCLA in 1998. In 1995, she received a Master's in Cinematography from the American Film Institute AFI.In 1997, she attended the Sznhz-es Filmmvszeti Foiskola (Academy of Drama and Film, Faculty of Film and Television) in Budapest, Hungary, and UCLA in 1998.Wiegand started in taking stills and developing them in her father's darkroom as a child. She switched to motion capture when she started shooting local cable TV ads. She went on to direct multi-camera shoots on commercials and industrial films while working at Detroit's Midwest Video."Wiegand has been featured, several times, in American Cinematographer Magazine and has been awarded for 'Excellence in Cinematography' by the American Society of Cinematographers."Wiegand taught cinematography at The American Film Institute, UCLA, and Loyola Marymount University for several years. 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Originally, Gordon lacked actual lyrics to add to those portions of the song. While recording, he decided to sing the "doot-doots" as a kind of filler while he tried to formulate words, but he could not come up with anything that fit. This turned out to be a positive outcome, as Rodgers found the "doot-doots" to be captivating enough to keep them in the song. Despite being made for a movie soundtrack, "Romantic Traffic" is one of the Spoons signature songs in part because of that choice in chorus.The video was filmed in the Toronto Subway System at the Bloor and Sheppard stations. Directed by Robert Fresco with one handheld camera, the video was completely off-the-cuff with no script. Regardless of this, Sandy Horne says that it was, "the easiest video we ever did and our most effective".------11. Guests of Video CameraSome of the previous guests have included: Adam Copeland, Sridevi, The Tragically Hip, M.I.A., Eckhart Tolle, Margaret Atwood, Hillary Clinton, Sarah Palin, Wyclef Jean, Chris Jericho, Tom Cruise, Bill Maher, James Cameron, Robert F. Kennedy Jr, Marlee Matlin, Tim Robbins, Jim Parsons, Michael Fassbender, Jason Segel, Spike Lee, Ricky Gervais, Tony Bennett, Greg Kinnear, John Legend, David Byrne, former President of the United States Jimmy Carter, Larry King, LeBron James, Henry Rollins, Evangeline Lilly, former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan, Alanis Morissette, Malcolm Gladwell, Richard Branson, Howard Zinn, Kings of Leon, Kylie Minogue, Daniel and Henrik Sedin, Sean Avery, former Canadian Prime Ministers Paul Martin, John Turner and Brian Mulroney, P!nk, Smashing Pumpkins, David Suzuki, Nickelback, Mike Holmes, Douglas Coupland, Naomi Klein, Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, Daniel Tammet, David Thewlis, Larry Charles, Dana White, Tony Robbins, Gordon Ramsay, Dave Salmoni, Steve Wozniak, Kermit the Frog, and Adrien Brody.Stroumboulopoulos conducted the last public interview granted by journalist and social activist June Callwood before her death.In 2007, The Hour ran a Christmas special featuring musical performances on set. On June 6, 2008, the show featured an hour-long special with British band Coldplay. On December 9, 2008, an hour-long special with actor Tom Cruise aired and on December 31, 2008 ran a New Year's Eve special featuring an interview with former vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin.
Condos Rethink Cameras Over Privacy Concerns
"Condo TV" is fading to black in condo buildings around the province as strata councils draw a line between security and surveillance.Many condominium buildings feature high-tech security systems, some with live feeds to every unit of the comings and goings in entranceways, parkades and common rooms.The B.C. Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner has long had guidelines covering audio and video surveillance in condominiums.But an order last year is prompting strata councils to take another look. How cameras were being used in the Shoal Point condo in James Bay brought the issue into sharper focus.In that case, argued before adjudicator Jay Fedorak, some residents of Shoal Point complained that cameras, in addition to security, were being used to collect evidence of minor bylaw infractions -- such as not carrying their dogs through the lobby or propping open doors.Video cameras, including those in the common areas such as the amenity room or the pool, were being monitored regularly by members of the strata council and were intrusive, they said."The common areas are where we gather to socialize, where we play bridge, where we exercise," they said in their complaint. "It is like a family space. Although we do not expect the same level of privacy in our shared space, we do expect to be free from unwanted monitoring or surveillance, whether overt or covert, by the strata council." The Shoal Point strata corporation said that of the 10 video cameras in the complex, seven covered external points of entry. All residents were provided with a copy of its policy guide, which said the video surveillance was for "the detection and investigation of significant breaches of the rules and bylaws of Shoal Point which are defined [as] ... involving security, safety, or protection of common property or in response to complaints relating to excessive noise, suspicious behaviour, property damage, vandalism, theft or other concerns." Fedorak ruled that while video surveillance of external doors and the parkade was reasonable, surveillance used to enforce any strata bylaws was not.He said there was not enough evidence to support the need for surveillance of the pool or fitness areas and ordered those cameras dismantled. While feeds from some cameras to individual units might be popular, there was no evidence about how they increased security, he said.He also found that routine daily viewing of images from the cameras in the absence of a complaint or evidence of unauthorized entry was not reasonable.Most condos are probably in compliance with privacy regulations, said Tony Gioventu, executive director of the Condominium Home Owners Association of B.C.But compliance is complaint-driven so new situations pop up, he said.One new condominium he visited recently was streaming live feeds from all of its cameras -- including one in the pool area -- to screens at the concierge desk that were visible from the street. "It was just mind-boggling. I could see someone swimming in the pool," he said.Gioventu said cameras can be used for security provided people know they are there and the strata has passed bylaws permitting them.There should not be live streaming to units of security video feeds other than of the main entrances, Gioventu said."We call it condo TV. Most buildings you can't click into a different channel to see a different part of the building on the cameras. I think if a strata corporation does that, I think they would be crossing the boundaries of what's acceptable," he said.Jim Burrows, acting executive director for the privacy commissioner's office, said the Personal Information Protection Act puts a lot of emphasis on reasonableness. "So if you need it in a certain place, you have to be able to actually prove that you need it," he said.It's a common misperception that closed-circuit cameras make an area safer, he said. "There's not much evidence that it really does provide much security," Burrows said."There's obviously been singular matters where it's been useful in finding someone after the fact, but not much evidence that it actually prevents anything."
What to Look for When Purchasing a Security Surveillance System
Before you purchase a camera system and make what is many times a significant capital expenditure you need to make sure it is going to serve a purpose and deliver a return on your investment. In order to do this you need to first have a list of objectives that you are looking to accomplish. Some of the most common objectives are as follows:1. Lower internal or external theft 2. Reduce or eliminate vandalism to assets and property 3. Provide video evidence for workman compensation and safety issues 4. Monitor operations of the business, facility or campus Next you will need to determine a simple budget for the project. Your budget should be based on the value you feel the system will add to your business or institution. You should also consider any return on investment that may come from the system (i.e. lower insurance costs, lower workman compensation claims, reduced shrinkage, etc...).With a list of objectives and a basic budget you can now begin to look for the ideal IP video surveillance system that can accomplish your goals. It is important to do some research on your own before talking with different security companies. Also ask friends and business associates for recommendations and to see if you can see their surveillance systems.Once you have some basic understanding of what video surveillance has to offer and you have done some due diligence its time to bring in the security companies. You should select the companies based on how well they fit your needs. Ideally they should have experience in your industry; they should have excellent references or testimonials from past clients, and should have completed projects of comparable size.Each security company will often use different manufactures products to try to meet your needs. Look for products that offer the following key attributes:Once you have proposals from each of the companies carefully review them. Ask questions until you feel completely comfortable with the company you want to choose. Always remember that there is room for negotiations. Don't select an inferior company just because the price is right. Talk with the companies and see what value engineering may be able to be done or discounts that can be applied for various reasons.Lastly carefully review the purchase or lease terms of your agreement. Make sure you know if you will own the equipment or you will be renting it. If you are leasing the system know the buyout terms? Ensure you can meet the payment terms and there are established milestones for when payments will be made.
Push Video: Understand
An Introduction to push videoRace is an independent computer animated sci-fi action film, produced by Hyper Image, a post production and animation studio located in Glendale, California. Written by Rhonda Smiley and directed by Robert Brousseau, it stars James Hereth, Kevin Lewis, Russel Perryman, Jane Roberts, Terry Diab, Bill Mendieta, H.L. Cannon, J.J. Song, and Benita Marti.It was first completed and screened for audiences at numerous film festivals in 2007, including the Winnipeg International Film Festival in Canada, the da Vinci Film Festival in Oregon, Philadelphia's Big Bang Film Festival, Another Hole in the Head Film Festival in San Francisco, and Southern California's FAIFF International Film Festival.Following a pay-per-view run for RHI Entertainment in early 2010, the film was released on DVD by Phase 4 Films in Canada on May 18 and in the United States on May 25, 2010. It hit the US TV movie channels with a premiere on the Showtime Networks on October 14, 2010.The film is 99 minutes long and is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for some suggestive images and action violence.Plot of push videoIn the far future, the interplanetary Alliance staves off war by establishing the high energy Star Car 5000 racing circuit, allowing potential enemies to act out their aggressions on the racecourse. The drivers become revered celebrities, but ruthlessness rules and the stakes grow higher.A victim of corporate betrayal, Team Earth manager Potter (Russel Perryman) still carries deep emotional scars from a catastrophic crash and has vowed to win again - without any sponsorship. His ragtag crew consists of the only three people he trusts; himself, hardheaded driver Trance Caldron (James Hereth) and mechanic Stash (Jane Roberts).Meanwhile, Planet Tagmatia's charismatic leader, Lord Helter (Kevin Lewis), is secretly making preparations for a massive military strike against the peacekeeping Alliance leadership, using his planet's racing team as a convenient way to mask his plans.That is, until Team Earth inadvertently stumbles upon the invasion preparations when they discover the Tagmatians smuggling Shocktrooper robots through the Jumpgates, the strategically vital shortcuts through space.Without help or proof of the plot, Team Earth is hunted by the war mongering Tagmatians. Potter's dream of winning the Star Car 5000 is fading fast.With a pair of adversarial energy beings (Terry Diab) and a dishonest Alliance Chancellor (H.L. Cannon) complicating the proceedings, the situation turns more treacherous.Ultimately, the prestigious Star Car Championship becomes a speed backdrop for a deadly game of cat and mouse, with the fate of the galaxy hanging in the balance. Team Earth must push their car, their team, and themselves to the limit just to survive.In a race between good and evil... Winning is everything.Production of push videoBack in early 2000, Hyper Image had just completed animation work on Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles for Sony, when they decided to tackle their own in-house feature.When initial investors dropped out near the end of pre-production, the company decided to keep moving forward, self-financing the project and devoting whatever time and resources they could while continuing to function as a full-time post production house for outside clients.According to director, Robert Brousseau, "We pared our staff down to about 4-5 full time employees and continued to work on the movie as a side project. I would say that 85% of the animation on the film was done by two individuals."As a result, a production that was intended to last a couple of years stretched out to more than six. With limited funding and an expanding schedule, the ability to incorporate new technology as it became available proved impossible. "The length of time to update the assets would have taken 2 years to complete," said Brousseau. "We couldnt chase technology we had to push what we had. That was our goal.The film was completed and mastered in late 2006 and hit the festival circuit the following year. Unfortunately, the struggle continued as Hyper Image battled to find "Race" a spot in the marketplace. Ultimately, it would take another three years for "Race" to finally find direct-to-video distribution through Phase 4 Films.Typically, when looking to acquire a film, we want something thats gonna work [We] work with the sales team to identify what kind of genres work for us, said Jennifer Ansley, vice president of marketing for Phase 4 Films.Promotion and marketing for the independent movie was largely done online, with write-ups and reviews on websites like Ain't It Cool News, CraveOnline, and Forever Geek.
Metrolink Locomotive Cameras Lead to Probes of 2 Engineers
One Metrolink locomotive engineer has been barred from the regional commuter rail system and another is under investigation for allegedly trying to block views of new video surveillance cameras placed in control cabs with the intention of improving safety.Agency officials say they are taking the incidents seriously and want to send a message that tampering with the system will not be tolerated. The cameras were designed to monitor train operators after federal investigators found that an engineer's actions contributed to the deadly 2008 Chatsworth disaster However, attorneys for the engineers' union allege that the video cameras are creating a safety hazard of their own.Changes to sun visors made to accommodate cameras have exacerbated glare and made it more difficult to see locomotive speed indicators, according to statements prepared by the union in connection with a federal lawsuit challenging use of the cameras . The case is being watched as a test of a key safety reform being sought nationwide.The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen alleges that at times engineers face a dilemma, choosing between operating trains without being able to see clearly or trying to block the sun's glare with newspapers and paper towels.Sun visors were moved when the cameras were installed, Metrolink spokeswoman Angela Starr acknowledged. But the agency does not believe the change created a problem, she said. Sunglasses are issued to drivers and the visors are still available, she added.The investigation of the engineer banned from the railroad concluded that he was trying to block the camera's view, she said, first by turning the device and later by putting a visor in front of the lens. The actions were not "to block the glare," Starr said. Union officials declined to comment on the recent cases.A spokesman for the Federal Railroad Administration, which investigates safety issues, said the agency is aware of the disciplinary cases but had received no complaint about possible sun glare hazards related to the video equipment.The dispute over the cameras, the first of their kind in the nation, is one of a series of challenges confronting Southern California's five-county rail service as it tries to recast itself as an industry leader on safety. Among other things, the agency is testing the country's first crash-resistant commuter rail cars , with crushable impact zones, while trying to deliver a highly complex, satellite-assisted collision avoidance system ahead of the rest of the nation.The agency is working to create a fresh start after several high-profile crashes in recent years, most notably the Chatsworth collision with a freight train that left 25 dead and dozens hospitalized. The National Transportation Safety Board blamed the crash on a distracted Metrolink engineer who sent and received text messages just before running a red light. The video cameras, installed last year, are part of an effort to increase oversight of train crews, officials say.The alleged interference with the cameras has not been widespread, officials stressed. "It's unacceptable, intolerable," said Metrolink Chief Executive John E. Fenton . "Our locomotive engineers want to provide safe service. It is very isolated what has happened." Three alleged attempts to thwart the cameras involved one engineer, officials said. That engineer was barred last week from operating any train on Metrolink-controlled tracks, Starr said. Still under investigation is a fourth incident in March, involving a second engineer who allegedly clipped paper to a visor to block the camera.Ironically, the actions were captured by the in-cab cameras - one focused toward the engineer's face and another directed toward the front windshield from behind the engineer."I think the vast majority of our engineers are among the best in the business," said Metrolink board member Richard Katz. But "if you're concerned enough about something you're doing" to tamper with the cameras, he said, "that's a pretty good indicator to us you're someone we need to watch very carefully." After Metrolink installed its cameras, the National Transportation Safety Board called for all of the nation's passenger trains to carry similar equipment . The Federal Railroad Administration, which implements safety requirements, is reviewing the recommendation. But at this point cameras are not considered a safety appliance subject to either federal regulation or federal enforcement actions involving tampering, said FRA spokesman Warren Flatau.For now, Metrolink engineers, who work for an operating contractor, Connex Railroad, face disciplinary action under a contract prohibition on "conduct unbecoming" an employee, according to Starr.The union wants an alternative to cameras, such as jamming non-emergency cellphone calls from control cabs, to be explored, saying that would be more effective in preventing accidents. Video surveillance has increased job strain and chances of error by operators, the union claims. Members are reluctant to vent frustrations, use fatigue-reducing exercises or display bladder discomfort for fear their actions could be misconstrued, the union says in lawsuit documents. Some engineers have been kidded, confronted and harassed about conduct caught by the cameras, the union contends. It further alleges that the devices infringe on worker rights and were installed without proper FRA approval.Stress- and fatigue-reducing exercises are strongly encouraged, and planning bathroom breaks is part of many safety-critical jobs, Starr said. Federal approval of the cameras was not needed, she added. The agency closely controls information captured by the cameras, she said, and does not have evidence that employees have been harassed because of behavior captured by them.The cameras have already proved valuable and are needed because of lessons drawn from the investigation of the Chatsworth disaster, Metrolink officials say."It about enhancing safety," Starr said. "There's no expectation of privacy in a locomotive cab."
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