#6: Tools of the Trade

Before I get too far along in these screencasts, I thought I would introduce you a little to my working environment and explain the tools that I use. First off, I work on a Mac, so these tools are Mac software. This isn't an endorsement of any particular working environment, I just want everyone to know, see, and understand what these programs are that I will be switching back and forth between in upcoming podcasts.

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    Brian Dunning
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    Chris,
    What software do you use to record your podcast episodes with screen capture in CSS Tricks?
    Thanks for the skinny…love these vids.

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    Kevin Urrutia
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    very nice set of tool

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