This is my yearly trip to King of Prussia Mall, well almost yearly. Last year I could not make the trip because of equipment problems. This year all is well so far. I am trying to live blog the trip to test how well my Galaxy Note 9 handles it. Below is a video I shot on the way to the train station.
Amazon Prime video went down at approximately 9 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. The outage overwhelmed Amazon customer service phone lines. However, at least for me, there was a simple fix. I signed out of the Prime Video app for iOS and sign back in again, which worked.
Several months ago, I discovered that the House Judiciary Committee Impeachment Hearings were posted on the American Archive of Public Television website, out of sequence. After many months of work I have, I believe, placed them in the proper order. Additionally, the video does not work on iOS; nor is the link to the May 9, 1974, transcript available to the general public. The link given is to an academic archive which requires access to a university library.
The project started by linking the video with page numbers in the transcript, a link to which was provided on the website. Some segments were mislabeled and some segments were listed under the wrong date. For example, the video segments for July 25, 1974 were listed under July 30, 1974 on the website. The simplest way to deal with the problem was to construct viewing order tables putting each segment in the correct sequence under the right date. Unfortunately, the project took too long to complete and the Archive discovered and corrected the problem without any help from me. Nevertheless, the viewing order that follows is still useful because it references the beginning speaker and page number of the transcript for each segment, which the Archive website does not.