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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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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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Weekly Reading: Because We Like Saying ‘Stuxnet’

The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) puts on some great events. In fact, it’s CCW+SATCON show happened just last week (that’s a mega-technology show comprising Content & Communications World, plus the Satellite Communications Conference & Expo). Some of the 2014 sessions sure to pique the AV pro’s interest:  “The 4K Landscape for Commercials and Series Production,” […]

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Shhh, My Cough is My Business

You know how you sit in the waiting room at the doctor’s office for, like, 45 minutes? Then they take you through a door and into an exam room — where you wait some more? Have you ever sat there, not knowing what to look at, and overheard your doctor talking to someone else in […]

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Weekly Reading: Pioneer of AV Edition

When I read the first story in this week’s Weekly Reading, back in 2011, I recognized the anecdote of a reporter walking through a Crestron research facility in Rockleigh, New Jersey, and coming across an older gentleman tinkering with a device. The gentleman was, of course, Crestron founder George Feldstein, who passed away Nov. 4, leaving […]

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