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Category Archives: VoIP
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
This past week, 7 ITP students and myself headed to San Francisco to attend O’Reilly’s ETel conference. The students were demoing their projects at the ETel Fair. The demos definitely created a buzz around the place: Jim Van Meggelen and … 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