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David, what do you use to post up video clips? I just tried Video Egg and it worked but included code in the RSS feed in my reader....

Nick - these videos were edited and compressed in iMovie to produce Quickime movies. I created the thumbnails from screenshots using Snapzpro, then uploaded them to one of my other sites, and put some html in the blog post to produce the pop-ups (courtesy of my son Dan). I'm going to try blip.tv too.

Nice reportage, feels like having been there. Thanks David. W

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