I have only been at Glossy News a relatively short time; at least as editor. The site was running for a long time before I came here. Right now, I just want to clarify our current policy on images.
First of all, Glossy News adhere very strictly to our responsibilities on copyright. This is not because we are stuffy or pedantic or legalistic, but because we are realists. This is fundamentally about the survival of the site. Just one out of court settlement of $10 000 plus is enough to sink the site.
Although screen recording is not new and has been around for some time, most people don’t really take advantage of what it can do. The fact of the matter is that screen recording has a lot of benefits and you could capitalize on them in various ways.
Understanding What Screen Recording Can Do
Part of the problem is that people tend to have a fixed view of what screen recording is, and more importantly what it can do. To be more specific, when you think ‘screen recording’ odds are you immediately associate it with the video guides that are often created using it.
On a basic level however, screen recording is really just a tool that will enable you to record whatever happens to be on your screen. While it is true that can be used to create video content (such as guides or tutorials), it can also be used to save content.
If you want to capitalize on the benefits of screen recording, you should be using it in both of those ways – and that will open up some fairly interesting options.
NOTE FROM WALLACE (AND DON’T FORGET TO CLICK BELOW FOR THE FUNNY TRUMP CARTOON!):
Flamboyantly controversial US President Donald J. Trump is fond of ending a public conversation with a certain enigmatic phrase of his…
‘We’ll see what happens.’
Is this a threat?
Is it a sign that he’s open to a variety of possibilities and responses?
Or is he simply trying to duck the question?
It’s all very open to interpretation, but it certainly leaves him a hostage to fortune, in the eyes of some.
Are these the words of a skilled strategist, or a confused buffoon who has no idea what he’s doing?
Prominent media outlet NPR gives a few examples.
Among other things, Trump has dropped this peculiar and arguably disconcerting phrase in relation to North Korea, Iran and the Florida / Puerto Rico hurricane.
Does this phrase have its pitfalls, then?
Here’s a cartoon from Up Chuck.
Trouble in paradise! Read more Trump Waited to ‘See What Happened.’ He Didn’t Like What Happened Next! Click Here to See the Cartoon! ›