Hello, my friends! Well, I’m sure many of you caught my Beatle-reference in the subject title of this blog. If not, then you need to seek out the new Beatles Remasters (specifically, Rubber Soul) and check out the song, “Wait”. That aforementioned is the opening line…and it just gets better and better (all the time!).
In any case, as many of you know, there have been some recent changes at Adobe and as such, a few of our friends/colleagues/team members are no longer part of the ‘extended family’….most saddening is that the Evangelist ‘team’ (as many of you know it) has been dissolved. It’s been sad, it’s been rough, and I really can’t say any more about it. However, in the midst of it all there was some light, as my colleague Paul Burnett decided to whip-up a little video (via JibJab) as a remembrance to ‘The Greatest Team There Ever Was’ (so I’ve titled it). It was the greatest team I’ve ever been a part of, and I’ll never forget the incredible times we shared together, times that we shared with ALL OF YOU around the world. It’s the Adobe Creative Suite Elfvangelists….check it out, and smile…
Now, shifting gears…this video recently appeared on MacVideo’s “Movie of the Week”. It’s actually my “Share the Love” demonstration from the FCPUG Supermeet in Vegas (filmed April ’09). This will give you a pretty good glimpse at the ‘flow’ of these shows, and also showcase the true ‘integration’ that we offer between FCP and CS4. It’s live, it’s Vegas, and it’s me and 1600 of my closest FCP friends 😉 Take a look…
Jase live at the FCPUG Supermeet, Vegas, April ’09
Lastly, I’ve received many Qs/comments via Twitter how people can contact (and continue to follow) Rufus. Rufus’ Travelogue is still online, but you can find him at his new blog HERE. Be sure to drop by and share some love with my dear friend.
“Wait, ’till I come back to your side; we’ll forget the tears we cried.”