- A 21st-Century Migrant’s Essentials: Food, Shelter, Smartphone - The New York Times
- Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, Inc.
- Rhizome | Art in Your Pocket 4: Net Art and Abstraction for the Small Screen
- The Creative Apocalypse That Wasn’t - The New York Times
- Accomable: Lessons From an Inspiring Start-Up - The New York Times
- Body as Interface with Xin Liu | eyebeam.org
- Brown Box - Radiolab
- What Eating 40 Teaspoons of Sugar a Day Can Do to You - NYTimes.com
- The Pencilsword: On a plate - The Wireless
- appear.in – one click video conversations
Category Archives: Networking
Great post by Brent Simmons about RSS and plumbing vs proprietary web apps inessential.com: Why I love RSS and You Do Too.
Wirecast is truly a studio in a box. It has a great support for multiple cameras, mixing live and recorded sources, graphic overlays and so on. Recent versions even allow you to bring in live feeds from IP cameras including … Continue reading
I am here at CMU in Pittsburgh at a conference called Mobile Art && Code. Great talks, great workshops, glad I came. I am doing a workshop called Interactive Telephony for New Media Arts, here is the full set of … Continue reading
In my continuing adventures as an adjunct professor at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program, I taught a new course last semester entitled “Redial: Interactive Telephony“. The purpose of the course was to utilize emerging telephony technologies, concepts and services such as … Continue reading
Digium – The Asterisk Telephony Company Ok, this is a big deal. The next version of Asterisk supports GoogleTalk! From the Press Release: Asterisk 1.4 is the first major release of Asterisk since the release of Asterisk 1.2 in November … Continue reading
In July, I complained that Verizon was constantly changing my IP address. I theorized that it had to do with my impending transition to VoIP and that Verizon may have been punishing me… Well, turns out that I was wrong … Continue reading
DreamHost Blog Anatomy of a(n ongoing) Disaster.. Damn.. I am glad I no longer work in that industry.
YouTube – Broadcast Yourself. Hmmn.. This could be very interesting..! “YouTube is excited to offer APIs to the developer community. Using our APIs, you can easily integrate online videos from YouTube’s rapidly growing repository of videos into your application. The … Continue reading