That would be it :-)
Pretty neat stuff and a ton of it...
I have pictures if anyone is interested in knowing more about all the equipment that we have down there.
I missed the noon news, but saw the piece they ran on "Studio 8" during the 5:00pm newscast and wondered if any of those pictured but not interviewed might be Louis. I gotta say, the hardware they described sounded like some state of the art stuff, so it looked like a bunch'a cool new toys to me. . .
Tell us more. This might be as big a milestone in local programming as back when Bob Breck came to town and almost immediately thereafter brought real weather radar to this market, forcing the other stations to scramble to catch up.
Somebody needs to do something about the audio levels or that mic on the podium used by the players and coaches during the post-game interviews. Way too hot! You could almost hear the questions coming from the others in the room, but garbled and extremely grating on the nerves when the person at the podium spoke.
Did you try the link? Albums there can be accessed via a "public" URL which does not require others to be a member or logged in to view. If Louis posted *that* URL, you should be able to see his pics OK.
Even if your settings for photos on FB normally exclude the WWW in general (or certain subgroups within your FB realm of friends), each album has a special URL to allow you to share with others who ordinarily would be unable to see your images. When you go to your photos and select any given album, the publicly accessible URL follows a prompt that reads:
Want to share your album? You can give friends or relatives this link:
The original URL you linked above is close to my example, but a different "type" and truncated after that, so I'm uncertain whether I see them b/c I'm already on FB and your normal settings allow viewing, or perhaps the format of the "public" URL for your album is that much different from one of mine. In short, as long as they have the actual "public" URL to the album, anyone can see those photos.
Edit: I see you added another URL just before I posted.