Proud on this list

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Today I found some time to update our Customer page with new customers with whom we worked together this year. It’s a bit early to reflect on 2011 (I’ll do that in a couple of weeks) but while busy working on the update I kind of felt a warm and fuzzy feeling. May be it’s because of the Christmas tree, but I realized that these are the companies that believe in DigiRedo and grant us their trust to make something great. Not to mention they pay my mortgage, among other things.

Sometimes it’s good to stand still and think about that.

This is why we get out of bed in the morning…

… and believe in the things we’re doing, Just watch yourself:

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My interview with Vincent Evers

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Sometimes it seems that a day is just different as you’d have expected. Take last Wednesday. I was at the office of Remco Bron from Innovader, So Many Thoughts and a bunch of other things, together with Erich Taubert, our partner in the development of one of our medical apps. In the middle of the conversation Vincent Evers, a Dutch Gadget Opinion Leader, joined the discussion. After a few minutes of talked medical tech Vincent explained that he’s currently experimenting with an electric car. But Vincent being Vincent, he does that..differently.

Meet Leafplan: a project where 6 cameras inside the car record everything what happens in the car. Vincent uses the car to explain about green technologies, and to interview for him interesting people. And he does so in a total geeky, gadget-stylish way: you enter the car, teak a seat behind the wheel (he let’s you drive), he jots your name, company, interests, e-mail and Twitter name in an app, pushes record and off you go. In a 10 minute drive he asks the driver all sorts of things related to new developments, among other things. After the drive is over, he taps the ‘Stop’ button on his app. Then the magic happens: the movie is being converted, a pre- and post roll including lower-third titles are being added, it’s uploaded to YouTube and an e-mail is sent to the interviewee once ready. O yeah, it puts it on Twitter as well. Mind you, with just one tap of the button.

Pretty cool. Even cooler when he asked us to be interviewed by him. We couldn’t resist. If it was only to drive in a super fast electric car. And fast it is…

(sorry, it’s in Dutch)

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