2013 down, 2014 coming up. This week, on Divergent Opinions, we dive in on the week in NAB. Ugh. Vegas.
This week on TechChatter, Jude and I discussed the announcement of EdX going open source, in partnership with Stanford. We also ran through some of our tips for getting the most out of conference travel.
On this week’s episode of the media industry’s most influential podcast, Mike and I discuss our expectations for NAB 2013. We also dive into Apple’s new Final Cut Pro X marketing push and what it means for the NLE sector.
This week on Divergent Opinions Mike and I discussed the recent Yahoo! controversy surrounding working from home. At some point, I’d like to writeup my own thoughts on this issue, having experienced the pros and cons of both working from home and working from an office. For now, listen to our podcast!
This week on Tech Chatter, we discuss the “juicy middle” of cloud service migration for higher ed – individual applications hosted via a Software as a Service (SaaS) model. What are the pros, what are the cons, what are the potential pitfalls?
We’re incredibly excited to announce Phosphor, our brand new app. Phosphor makes it easy to put animations and other types of motion on the web, without requiring plugins or special browser video support. We’re eager to see how it gets utilized.
On this episode of Divergent Opinions, we cover the ins and outs of the Phosphor development process, the motivation behind the app, and some of the ways we hope people will use it.
It’s a light news week in the video industry, and we’re in pre-launch mode, so this week on the world’s favorite podcast, Mike and I discussed the Boeing 787 and the rebirth of the Chromebook.
Wish I’d named this episode “Lucy in the Sky with Ions” but I didn’t.
This week on Tech Chatter, Jude and I discuss the implications of Big Data for research and administration within higher education.