Dan Pink, author of The Adventures of Johnny Bunko: The Last Career Guide You'll Ever Need visited Seattle in late July and was kind enough to host a happy hour version of a “Bunko Breakfast” at the Arctic Club Hotel. There were 15-20 people in attendance including 3-4 from the Snohomish County Workforce Development Council, as well as designers, web designers, electrical engineers, school administrators, construction safety managers and a range of other individuals.
Recently, Dan called out that I was posting video, so I figured I better get to it. I pinged Aaron Silvers about how he converted his Spring time “Bunko Breakfast” Chicago session videos. Armed with his tips, I then went off and learned a bit about Vimeo as a nice hosting alternative, with some constraints (500MB/week upload limit).
The full video came off my flip Ultra video camera as a single 1 hour, 1.44GB file. (By the way, the camera is cheap, fast, easy and wonderfully effective for things like this— much better than the $400 Cannon ZR850 video camera I deliberately left at home. One might compare the flip to manga, as the clips will illuminate.)
I'm learning as I go, but it seems that 5 minute chunks might be the best way to post this. Here is the first segment, where Dan provides some of the backstory on the genesis of the book.
Dan Pink: Johnny Bunko Breakfast in Seattle Clip 1 from Tom King on Vimeo.
Over the next few days, I'll upload more segments of about 5 minutes. Once I have 2-3 more uploaded, I'll post again with a link to the Vimeo site where I will have the videos with titles and bullet point highlights for each clip.
UPDATE:I uploaded another video, perhaps with the quality setting too high. Apologies if the high bitrate makes the video hiccup for you. I'll fall-back to the tighter encoding for future clips.
Both of the current clips and the remaining clips will be posted to the Vimeo Channel “SeattleBunko” found at: http://www.vimeo.com/seattlebunko