Hollywood Linux RESCHEDULED
rower at movieeditor.com
Wed Aug 1 12:15:19 PDT 2001
Hi. Sorry for the false alarm. I just heard from SDLUG that tonight's
meeting has to be cancelled due to a technical problem. My presentation is
rescheduled for their December meeting.
In the mean time I guess you can read my article in Linux Journal, also
available online at LinuxJournal.com. Any questions feel free to drop me a
Robin.Rowe at MovieEditor.com 619-232-5880 San Diego, CA
www.MovieEditor.com A Revolution in Motion Picture Editing
----- Original Message -----
From: "Robin Rowe" <rower at movieeditor.com>
To: <kplug-list at kernel-panic.org>
Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2001 9:57 AM
Subject: Hollywood Linux presentation tonight
> SAN DIEGO LINUX USERS GROUP MEETING
> "Hollywood Linux"
> DreamWorks' summer hit movie Shrek is just the first of many motion
> being produced primarily using Linux, a story you may have noticed on the
> cover of the August issue of Linux Journal. As a contributing editor for
> Linux Journal, Robin Rowe regularly reports on the progress of Linux as a
> multimedia platform. In talking with leading studios in the United States
> and England, Robin has discovered that they are all moving to Linux in a
> way -- both desktops and servers. He will talk about how this exciting
> came about and what it means to the motion picture industry and Linux
> in general.
> SDLUG Meeting Time and Location:
> Today, 8/1/01, 6:30pm
> Delphi Research, Inc.
> 3954 Murphy Canyon Road Suite D-201
> San Diego, CA 92123
> Tel.: 858 - 694 - 1314
> Fax : 858 - 694 - 1356
> Map: http://www.sdlug.org/test1SDL.nsf/meeting_location?OpenPage
> (It's not far from Fry's.)
> Speaker Bio:
> Robin Rowe is a partner and founder of MovieEditor.com, a company building
> software video players and editors. As the chief technologist and
> manager of video R&D for a Fortune 500 defense contractor he developed
> advanced video systems for DARPA and the Pentagon. He has taught C++
> computer programming at two universities. He was a technical director of
> broadcast news at an NBC-TV station and helped build the robotic
> studios at NBC Chicago. Software he designed is in use at Time Warner New
> York and other television stations.
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