December 21, 2008, 11:04 PM PST | Length: 397
Since Sanity Savers for IT executives launched in April, we've aired over 30 episodes. For the holiday season, we've decided to go for a light-hearted episode dedicated completely to Jason Hiner's best bloopers caught on camera.
I do voice overs and training films and have seen many of my own bloopers. It was wonderful to see that I am normal and not ABBIE-normal. Thanks Jason for being human. Frank Talley Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool Training Specialist Austin, Texas firstname.lastname@example.org
Became almost too repetitive. The blooper reel is almost seven minutes long and covers 30 episodes. That's about 15 seconds of bloopers from each episode. Again, almost too much. But what made me comment in the first place is the proper "pronunciation" of website addresses. Jason gives his twitter address (on the screen as "twitter.com/jasonhiner") by saying, "Twitter dot com backslash Jason Hiner." Come on now, a tech guy that can't differentiate between a backslash (as used in Windows file path names) and a slash? I expect the mistake from news writers and anchors, but not on a tech blog. And don't get me started about the people who call the slash a "forward" slash . . . Thanks for the entertaining information, Jason. Looking forward to more in 2009.