[Tig] History of Cintel by Neil Kempt

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Wed May 28 19:05:39 BST 2014


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On May 28, 2014, at 10:52 AM, Rob Lingelbach via Tig wrote:

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> Thanks to Neil Kempt, we now have a detailed and extensive History of Cintel to go with the photos recently acquired from George Jesson (which are added to those from Peter Swinson and Paul Chapman)
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> The link on the wiki is :
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> http://colorist.org/wiki/History_of_Cintel
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> I am in the process of improving the formatting.  It serves as a companion piece to Peter Swinson’s History of Telecine which is listed in the references section (along with Neil’s) of the TIG Wiki sidebar.
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> The TIG wiki itself is in the process of incremental upgrade, as can be seen by the new sidebar divisions.  Additionally, the long-overdue TIG Semantic Wiki is in development and testing.  The creator of the web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, is the author of the Semantic Wiki Space, and the work is documented for those interested at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Semantic_Wikipedia
> This upgrade involves a series of dependencies which have to be done carefully over time, and folding them into a live wiki may be beyond possibility, so the wiki may have to go down for a time.
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