We're taking a quick break from our usual social media and communications strategy posts to look at an amazingly cool use of technology. Today I stumbled across Endangered Languages – an effort by the folks at Google to help preserve the over 3,000 languages around the world that are on the verge of going extinct,…Read more Using Technology to Save Global Languages
Just a quick post to get this off of my chest. Public Relations... not dead Advertising... not dead RSS Technology... not dead Newspapers... not dead, just evolving (the smart ones are) OK, these things are not dead. Let's all get over the fact that despite everyone's best bet, they aren't dead. What might qualify as…Read more The Death Of “Death Of …” Posts
Recently, and to much early acclaim, Apple released the newest edition of their professional video editing market standard Final Cut Pro editing suite, Final Cut Pro X. A long needed update to the Final Cut product line, it was eagerly anticipated by video editors for what it might provide for the next generation of projects.…Read more Final Cut Pro X – Is This Finally Adobe’s Moment?
Well it has been quite the week for corporations in my little part of the online sphere. Earlier this week my good friend Will has his car towed by an Albuquerque towing company of meth addicts because he accidentally parked on the wrong side of a McDonalds and “McDonalds Parking Enforcement” officers had his car…Read more Apple, Heal Thyself
Tonight, political junkies like me kept tabs on the Coakley-Brown special election to replace the deceased Ted Kennedy as Massachusetts’ U.S. Senator. Attorney General Martha Coakley – as the Democratic candidate who had the backing of the DNC, White House, Kennedy family, your old crazy uncle, my dog, etc – was expected to be the…Read more Technology is Nice, but You Have To Walk the Walk
Greeting again from sunny (during the day, it’s 1 a.m. as I write this) Disney World. It’ll be a few days later when y’all read this, but I’m getting the thought down now before I forget them and will have them up and running back when I get to ABQ and have reliable wireless again.…Read more Getting in the Game?
(RELATED UPDATE: I have a review of Sony's Imagination Studio Suite HERE) Technorati Tags: iLife for PC,Sony,Adobe Elements,Technology In an interesting turn of events, the post that has given me the most traffic in recent weeks hasn't been any of my comments about Mayor Chavez (although I did get a spike in traffic from linking…Read more moreLife for PC