CNET’s Jesse Orrall decided to see if he could get away with “attending” Zoom meetings using only prerecorded clips. The first meeting was easy, with dozens of attendees and no expectation that he would participate, so he just used a 5-minute loop. The second one was a weekly update call where he was expected to pitch ideas and maybe field questions. Check out his ingenious scheme.
Let’s hope this leads to rapid development of this important technology. Some people are waiting for their flying car. I’m waiting for this:
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Jeff Royder, Sr. Acct Mgr, is the Michael Scott character in this funny short and too-real series called Join Meeting about a group of employees having Zoom meetings. There are five episodes so far, directed by Benji Weinstein. Ad Age has background on the show. I wish they would make more episodes.
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