I hope you all remember the interview of Michael Pick, the light-bulb engineer at Automattic Inc. Today, I present the interview with Ian Ozsvald, a professional screencaster. The professional journey of Ian is pretty interesting and I’m sure the in-depth answers that he has given will surely benefit you in case you are planning to do screencasts professionally or for your own blog.

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It’s been long time since we published any interview and its been pleasure that I got to conduct an e-mail interview with one of the most respected WordPress Guru i.e. Jeff Chandler. For those, who don’t know Jeff, he’s one passionate WordPress user and a Pro-blogger. He is a freelance blogger and maintains various blogs ranging from Performancing and BloggerTalks. Apart from that he also maintains two podcasts; WordPress Weekly and PerfCast. I would like to thank Jeff for taking his valuable time and answering these questions for us -

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One of the regular commenter and my friend Aravind Jose, asked me to introduce the Blog Design Studio team and indeed, it was our mistake that we didn’t do it at start itself. So, presenting the core team behind Blog Design Studio!

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People who know me personally would know that I’m a firm believer of the fact that videos and screencasts are going to be pretty huge on the internet and that they will play important role in the success of any blog. I was fortunate enough to conduct an e-mail interview with Michael Pick. Michael recently joined Automattic(the company behind WordPress, bbPress, BuddyPress, Akismet etc.) as a LightBulb Engineer (Michael has explained the idea behind this enlightening position in this interview itself) and his job is to create Screencasts for WordPress. Prior to taking up the job at Automattic, Michael used to run Smash Cut Media – where he offered professional screencasting services.

I would like to thank Michael, for taking time from his busy schedule and answering these questions for our readers and I hope that this will encourage more and more people to start screencasts or create videos on their blogs.

1. Which software do you use or recommend for creating screencasts ?

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