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    Having a bit of surprising things happen.

    But if that is how things are, I guess we have to deal with that.
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    I ws challenged to try to explain what we do and what we do different in a non-geeky and non-techy way.

    This is what I came up with:

    What we do.



    QuineCore simplifies structured media-handling and sharing.

    Quine takes the approach that tools that normally work in isolated silo’s but solves different aspects of the same problem: Exchange of files, metadata and communication - should work together as an orchestra and not as a bunch of individual soloists in different generes playing loudly at the same time.

    Does that make sense?
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    Hm...

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    Collaborative editing and asset-sharing from home with QuineCore and Adobe team Projects



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKFq...ature=youtu.be


    Workig from home, even with bad internet lines...
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    It's been a while....

    But that is mostly because it has been a bit.... Busy.


    One of things I should brag about, is winning a 4 year tender for our national broadcaster for asset management for their series productions. In competition with Sony and some other big names.

    But what I am equally proud of is that we by now serve a multitude of small productions where saving 2-3 positions and being able to work in a distributed manner and comply with Covid restrictions really matters to whether the productions are done ore not.

    We have started to make a few usecase videos, and for now, I would like to start with this one.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MI0bv4TT5II

    These guys started off as soon as the Covid restrictions allowed in July to produce 8 episodes @ 40 minutes of "Nordic Noir" crime.

    Principal started early July, the 8 episodes were delivered to distributer early October.

    Editors and post was spread all over northern europe, and now we are starting another one.

    Cheers
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    In a meeting today I was forced to make account, and the first year in product state where everything was sort of killed from march until august, we have been the backbone of 20 productions delivering 194 finished feature films or episodes of TV and a lot of them couldn't even have made it into startup without us.

    That is a point of pride.

    We have sort of made it our goal to serve the 99,9% productions that aren't James Bond or Avatar and where there isn't necessarily someone who natively speaks ACES. They shouldn't need to, as long as we do.
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    Another minor milestone

    Co-sell ready with Microsoft worldwide.

    I guess it might take a bit before this kicks in, but at least after a year of validation: We're on

    From Microsoft Partner Portal
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    Busy times.

    Supporting a lot oof productions is definitely something aside from wanting to support a lot of productions.

    We really want to build QUineCore into an affordable product (not a service) that påroductions can take in as easily as starting up their editor.
    We're getting there, but we still have tons of work to do.

    I have been challenged to write a "timeline of Quine" in some context, and in doing that I came by the commercial we made in August 2018.

    It's almost scary to see how far ahead of the curve we were already then, without taking Covid or other more recent events into account:


    https://youtu.be/mjv00a8M0Do
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