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Weekly Reading: An Apparent Apple #Fail in Live Events

Have you heard? Inclusion in Weekly Reading does not imply an endorsement of the specific views or solutions described on those pages. Really, it’s just food for thought. What have you been reading lately? Something about a new Apple phone thingy? Maybe something about something you wear on your wrist? Yeah, us too. First person to share their […]

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Weekly Reading: Virtual Frogs

Welcome to a new feature of the All Voices Blog: All the tech news that’s interesting to me (and hopefully you). As anyone in our industry knows, it’s no longer all-AV, all-the-time. Tech comes at us from a variety of vectors and, increasingly, AV professionals must deal with it, incorporate it, or — at the […]

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Bozzword: Parenting

bṓzz•word: (n.) an industry buzzword that inspires InfoComm VP Joe Bocchiaro to wax poetic. Or if not a buzzword, some other notion that moves Joe to prose — or verse. Turn that thing down! It’s driving me crazy! If I have to come in there, so help me! That’s not music! It’s noise! It’s all […]

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GovComm Preview: Order in the Court

GovComm 2013 rolls into our nation’s capital next week. “GovComm?” you ask. Yes, GovComm. The D.C.-based show is three years old this year, which is the same age as my youngest dog, who’s really 21, which is to say GovComm has already enjoyed two successful years bringing together AV solution providers and government AV and IT […]

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7 Months Later, This is Still so Sad

There’s a picture, taken by a photographer named Joe Songer, that gives me chills every time I see it. In the picture, a young boy and what looks like his parents stand in front of a large flight-information display at the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport in Alabama. Days after the photo was taken, that very display would […]

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