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Can You Do This?

And it’s okay if you can’t — for now. But once your competitors are doing it… For purposes here, don’t get hung up on networked devices and the cloud and Big Data and what it all means (or whether you understand it all). Start by imagining an ideal end state and work backwards. Maybe you sell replacement projector lamps online […]

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Weekly Reading: DOOH and Interactive Doors

Happy holidays from Weekly Reading. I’ll warn you now: It’s the end of a year, therefore, yes, there is a list in this week’s reading. But just one. And no “most intriguing celebrities of the year.” You’re welcome. In the spirit of the holidays and the pending new year, when anything should be possible, some […]

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Weekly Reading: Shhh, This is My Jam

There is reading, and then there is reading. I’ve been doing a lot of the latter in recent weeks, including reading a modest 158-page guide to AV/IT infrastructure in higher education. It’s a fantastic piece of work from a collection of dedicated InfoComm volunteers, vetted by the world’s most prominent technology managers’ groups. And you don’t have […]

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Smart Working: Am I Working Right Now?

It’s Sunday morning. I’m having a cup of coffee, listening to music on the radio and writing a blog about technology and its impact on our lives. Am I working right now? You’re reading this blog, learning about my perspective on work. Will this activity benefit you personally or professionally? What time of day is […]

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Weekly Reading: Drones and JavaScript

“I watch movies more than once,” says my third-grade nephew. “Why shouldn’t I read  books more than once?” Truer words were never spoken. In honor or my precocious kin, whom I saw over Thanksgiving, I’ve thrown in a couple stories that may require a second pass to fully digest. University Researchers Discover Security Flaws in […]

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