Why streaming in high winds is a Bad Idea

It was a beautiful day at West Kirby – sun, sea, people’s dogs hurling themselves into the marine lake after balls, perfect for streaming on Qik in fact. Erm no. It sounds like an excerpt from that Twister film where cows get picked up and hurled around by tornados.
So, today I learned: Streaming without wifi is slow and painful; streaming without wifi and in gale force winds is an absolute bloody dead loss.
I like to think I can search for a lesson in even the most mundane of defeats…

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About Alison Gow

I'm a journalist, particularly interested in story-telling, networks and digital innovation.
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One Response to Why streaming in high winds is a Bad Idea

  1. David says:

    On the plus point, it streamed for longer than when we’re in the bunker!

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