<b>Dan Farr, Co-Founder and President</b>
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Title : Dan Farr, Co-Founder and President
Company : DAZ Productions Inc.
Date : 13-Oct-2005
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Dan Farr
Co-Founder and President
DAZ Productions Inc.
Dan Farr is the co-founder and president of DAZ Productions Inc., a market leader in 3D software and digital content creation, located in Draper, Utah. In 2000, Farr founded DAZ Productions (DAZ) with colleague Christopher Creek and is now responsible for the business development and corporate management. DAZ’s is renowned for its model library, which contain over 2,000 high-quality 3D products at the industry’s most competitive prices. DAZ also develops powerful software applications that support its content, including Mimic™, a lip-synching application, and Bryce®, a 3D environment package. DAZ Studio, the company’s first free 3D figure posing and animation software package, demonstrates the company’s commitment to expand and grow the 3D marketplace by offering free software and virtual 3D content at affordable prices. DAZ’s products have been used in many professional productions, television shows and print publications such as “X-Men 2,” “Spiderman,” “Average Joe,” “48 Hours,” The Wall Street Journal, Popular Science, and the History Channel. For more information, please visit the company’s website at www.daz3d.com.

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let me preface this by saying that I like Dan Farr's company, DAZ Productions and use their products. Also, that I generally like DCCCafe, despite their prolific email output -- most of which ends up in my mailbox. BUT with regard to this particular interview ... er, can you say, "Fluffball"? I mean, guys, c'mon. It's not particularly informative to hear Mr. Farr say, "Hey, we've got a company. We make stuff. And, doggone it, people like us." (Okay, I'm paraphrasing -- but just barely). And it's not particularly professional-sounding when the interviewer pauses at the end of each question to (audibly) shuffle to the next index card -- then, only to read a boilerplate pre-scripted question that doesn't acknowledge the answer given to the previous question. Input, gentlemen. Data input. That's what we, your audience, are waiting for ... listening for ... longing for. Not a wrote recitation of a poorly written corporate sales brochure. FYI, the expressions "No News Is Good News" was NOT coined by a journalist. - worldsdumbestguy - Report As Inappropriate



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