May 24, 2012 * Webinar Notes
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Thanks! 
If you attended our webinar on Thursday, May 24, 2012, we just want to say "Thanks!"  If you missed our Webcams: A Look From Both Sides Of The Lens webinar, here's where you can watch a video of our presentation, download the PowerPoint we used, and get the webcam links we talked about during the webinar.


 

Here is the Webcams: A Look From Both Sides Of The Lens PowerPoint, in PDF format:

Webinar 05-24-2012 PowerPoint

 

To watch the Webcams: A Look From Both Sides Of The LensAn Overview of Tablets video, click HERE.  (Or, if you prefer, you can right-click HERE and choose Save As or Save Target As and download the video to your computer.)

UPDATED:  Here is the link I showed you about lighting when you're using a webcam.  This is a very good site!  Click HERE.

 

Here are the links to a variety of webcams found on the Internet.  Remember, webcams can be "down" for a variety of reasons.  These links were working at the time they were put on this page. (Please note: some webcams are supported by ads, some require the installation of a small software download, some have audio, some require registration and some webcams are streaming while others are refreshing.)

 

Places
Yellowstone National Park - Geyser Live
Grand Canyon National Park
Times Square, NYC
University of Pittsburgh (You can even control the cam!)
Austin, TX
Buffalo, NY
 
Animals
National Zoo - Lions (Behind registration form)

National Zoo - Giant Pandas

National Zoo - Flamingos
San Diego Zoo - Elephants
Birch Aquarium - 70,000 Gallon Fish Tank
Black Eagle - Africa
 
Trains, Planes and Automobiles
Trains - Folkston, GA (Can be a hassle to make work.)
Trains - BNSF & Union Pacific Crossing - Rochelle, IL
Planes - LAX
Planes - Stuttgart
Automobiles - Miami, FL
Automobiles - Tampa, FL (Pick a cam)

 

 

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