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Gamefreak89
2011-May-08, 03:42 PM
Hello I'm back after all of these months of hiding, and finally gotten a Webcam *Well my Mom's for Mothers Day of Course :p*. Now I'm wondering how's the best way to go about this. As the title of this Thread states, I myself am not very knowledgeable to the point for a full Science review that's in depth enough. But, so to speak that I myself like to share my thoughts on today's Science, Technology, and of course astronomy for thoughts about them.

This upload that I did, being my first for a webcam youtube link (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIlesNZgNZU)

So, any one have a food for thought on this one? As in how's the quality of it? Also Happy Mothers Day to all of you Bauters Xp.

Gamefreak89
2011-May-11, 04:48 AM
So what does everyone think of it?

Hernalt
2011-May-11, 09:34 AM
Compare itsmemorp (http://www.youtube.com/user/itsmemorp), OTmikhail (http://www.youtube.com/user/OTmikhail), spacevidcast (http://www.youtube.com/user/spacevidcast). Find what if anything they have in common (e.g. lighting, tripod, timing, etc). That's a starting point / minimum. Good luck.

Githyanki
2011-May-14, 02:15 AM
Give it a shot; you don't have to be an expert to give your opinion on the matter as long as you can back your opinion up with some facts, you should be good.

Also, if you look the part, more people will take you seriously; if you're talking about chemistry and you have a white-lab-coat on and glasses with dark frames, you'll appear to be more knowledgeable then if you were holding a surf-board etc.

Cobra1597
2011-May-14, 03:09 AM
Give it a shot; you don't have to be an expert to give your opinion on the matter as long as you can back your opinion up with some facts, you should be good.

Also, if you look the part, more people will take you seriously; if you're talking about chemistry and you have a white-lab-coat on and glasses with dark frames, you'll appear to be more knowledgeable then if you were holding a surf-board etc.

Shouldn't we be trying to dispel false stereotypes? :razz: