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Jing Screencast: Getting Up and Running with Jing

by Tom Johnson on Feb 12, 2008 •
categories: podcasts

In this Jing video tutorial, I explain how to get up and running with Jing. What's Jing? Check out my previous post that includes several sample Jing videos showing how technical writers can benefit from Jing. You can also see the

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Note: If you're seeing some bracketed text and a link rather than a video player, it's because the flash-embed plugin I'm using to embed the Camtasia video into WordPress doesn't display in your feedreader. View this original post to watch the screencast.

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(If you listen to the Jing screencasts on their blog, you'll hear Anton' s unforgettable German accent.)

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