Weekly Reading: Telling the Story of Pro AV

When I was younger, my mom worked for an independent bookstore (what’s that?) in the distant suburbs of New York City. I didn’t really appreciate it at the time, but this afforded her some “ins” with NYC publishers that I admired. Like when she got me a preview copy — an uncorrected proof — of […]

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Weekly Reading: The Quietest Nightclub in D.C.

It dawned on me recently, as I was scouring the Interwebs for interesting reading, that I might actually be at a stage in my life when the words “quiet” and “nightclub” sound great in the same sentence. Throw in the word “cork” and it’s even better (see below). A nice Schug Carneros Estate Pinot Noir? Probably […]

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The Future of Healthcare: Drones Save Time, Money and Lives

As the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) loosens its grip on commercial drone regulations, businesses, governments and universities of all sizes are poised to take advantage of this next generation of technology. One industry, in particular, that will undoubtedly benefit from the advent of commercial drone usage is the U.S. healthcare industry. Not only is it […]

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Digital Displays and Signage in Airports

This summer, airlines are expecting record numbers of travelers, which can be both good and bad for airports. All those people moving through the airports could provide a huge boost to airport income as long as the travelers know where to spend their money. As multimillion- (or billion-) dollar facilities, airports need to generate revenue, but […]

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Weekly Reading: MLB is a Streaming Video Juggernaut

Is it weird that I went to the beach last week and didn’t read anything? Not even beach reading. There was usually a morning newspaper handy, but nope. It’s not that I don’t have three different books going at the moment. I do. I just didn’t read any of them. I streamed a lot of […]

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