Hi everyone! I have posted the audio recording of our October 2007 Membership Teleconference call to the Meeting archives page. Be sure to download the handouts to use while listening to the audio recording. We had a highly motivating technical program about concision and clarity and the need to reduce the number of words that we use to communicate our technical information.
I posted both a WAV file and an MP3 file. Our audio guru who edits our recordings created a higher quality, but larger file, in the WAV file. He also created the smaller MP3 file, but its quality is noticably different. So, my question to you all is this: Is 52 MB too large of a file, or does quality always trump file size when working with an audio recording of a meeting? (Please be patient as you wait for the WAV file to download, as it will take some time, even over a T1 or fast DSL line.)
|1.||TE SIG Quarterly Meeting and Webinar: Technical Editing in Wiki Content on Dec 05, 2014 12:00pm EST|
|2.||Teach Your Text to Strip: Take It Off—Take It (Almost) All Off on Dec 11, 2014 03:00pm EST|
|3.||Deadline for Technical Communication Journal Editor-in-Chief Application on Jan. 15, 2015|
|4.||Quarterly Meeting & Program, "Editing Tools" on Mar. 13, 2015 11:30am EDT|