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Last night the family was treated to the best fireworks show I have seen in my life, the Seoul Fireworks Festival. We filmed and took photos during the hour and 45 minute show where groups from Italy, China, The U.S., and Korea each put on a part of the show. My wife shot some video and I took some photos. I put this video together using her footage, and I am sharing it here because it is my first movie I have created with Final Cut Pro.
FCP is challenging to use, but I am taking it slowly & trying to learn and play. It is definitely much more powerful than iMovie.
I just wanted to take the time to that the ISTE 2012 organizers for doing something I haven’t seen yet at a conference. They allowed non-paying attendees to visit the exhibit hall. My kids spent several hours in the hall and left with big smiles on their faces, and lots of fun freebies. Thank you ISTE!
The BrainHoney Bee was totally checking out my wife.
I was lucky enough to come across this North Korean 5o Wan bill last Saturday. A friend saw it in a tip jar, and I purchased it from the bartender. I don’t know anything about the bill, other than what is says in Wikipedia. For being 20 years old, the bill is in pretty good condition.