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Category Archives: Tech Culture
Codebreaker: the Alan Turing Film
San Francisco, CA-April 9th on a Tuesday night, Alan Turing fans, curious sorts, lgbt folks, doc film lovers, and a mix of it all, showed up for Codebreaker, a movie about the life of Alan Turing that had AB exclusive showing at the AMC Metreon. The movie was a mix of documentary and re-enactment. Alan … Continue reading
San Francisco as Never Seen Before in 4k ultraHD
Teton Gravity Research Aerial Reel – The Bay Area in 4K from Teton Gravity Research on Vimeo. This video by Teton Gravity Research (TGR), is an Aerial Reel of San Francisco Bay shot in 4K/UltraHD shot with the world’s most gyrostabilized camera platform, the GSS C520. I am posting a link to a site that can … Continue reading
Ouya launch: Julie is awesome!
While the tech world was going nuts over women not represented, one team was hard at work being the most epic thing at GDC ouya!!… Oh I’m talking about OUYA, the product concept of the awesome founder Julie Uhrman. Ouya is a gaming open network for all developers. Below is from their press release: “Julie … Continue reading
What’s really disruption?
3.14 : Happy Pi Day Or Do We Want Tau?
π is commonly defined as the ratio of a circle‘s circumference C to its diameter d: 3.14 happens to be a tribute to the mathematical number π (Pi), which is the ratio equal to the circumference of a circle to its diameter and approximate 3.14159. It’s an irrational number, a transcendental number, and a … Continue reading
2014 Millennium Prize Nominations: Who Will Get the Peak?
This is the official video that was released January 2013 to state that Technology Academy of Finland (TAF) has started accepting nominations for 2014’s candidate to receive prestigious Millennium Prize. The prize is one of the most prestigious prizes for science and technology. TAF awards this award every second year for : “international recognition of … Continue reading
Facebook’s Newsfeed chooses YOU
You can View the press video here. Facebook just had a much anticipated press event where it announced a re-vamped newsfeed where news stories were highlighted and we would get mobile consistency. I’m sure Robert Scoble has his hands on it already, but more so, it makes the users curators of their feeds and highlights … Continue reading
San Francisco Bay Lights Get
Disclaimer: I made this video while at the gathering still, and it was too loud to realize what music I had chosen to accompany the video. Sorry folks! : Leo Villareal, the American artist known for creating illuminated displays using LED lights and programming, used the Bay Bridge as his canvas to put together a … Continue reading
Future Friday : My BIL Talk Tomorrow on Future Tech Media
Tomorrow I am giving a talk at BIL where I am really asking the audience, and all those who read my question here, on twitter, and my facebook page and the likes: What does the future of media look like? Thus far, my talk seems to be covering a few things: What sort of … Continue reading