Kanen sits down with Al Mooney and Steve Forde of Adobe. The guys reminisce about Flow, Tokyo, and lost Fitbits.
This episode was edited by none other than Kanen Flowers himself. Yeah, he can cut a mean podcast, too.
Who needs calendars? If you're at NAB, it's Spring. If you're at IBC, it's Fall. If you miss the glory days of GridIron's Flow software, Jay Nelson at Macworld gave it 5 mice in 2011. If you promise not to tell anyone, Kanen knows a guy at Amazon that will take a hard drive you send him and put it right there in the cloud.
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Kanen is the Creative Director (and troublemaker) behind That Studio, which includes That Post Show, Ruining it for Everyone, Sci-Fi Idols, Not Just A Movie and Hero Punk. He is also the Writer and Director of Jake Forgotten. You can follow him on twitter.
Al is the Product Manager for Adobe Premiere Pro. He has extensive technical, sales and marketing experience in the media industry that nicely compliment his presentation-grade collection of cat t-shirts. Al is @al_mooney on Twitter.