Monthly Archives: September 2012

Why Would You Want an Interactive Transcript on YouTube?

If you have ever seen a movie with subtitles that move as the actor speaks, that would be an interactive transcript. It allows a viewer to follow what is being said, as it is being said in real-time. It allows the viewer to turn on their closed captions setting and watch what is being said as the person on the screen is saying it. Continue reading

Do you know how hard it is to type with a pulse-oximeter on my left index finger?

I’m sitting on a stretcher in a doctor’s office getting an IV infusion. On my right arm I’ve got the IV attached to the antecubital fossa, the inner crease of my elbow. Continue reading


Gerry has a unique approach here. It’s basically a turnkey approach. Because he is a trial lawyer, he talks our language but yet he can help you get it down to the level it needs to be to connect with the people watching the video. I would tell anybody that this is the guy to go to.

David Glatthorn
David Glatthorn Law