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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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It’s the Document You’ve Been Waiting for (Even if You Didn’t Know It)

What’s 318 pages short and deserves a spot on your virtual bookshelf? It’s the Audiovisual Systems Performance Verification Guide. One of the best parts of my return to InfoComm is that I get to hop on the coattails of a group of dedicated professionals, who spent many, many months crafting the aforementioned guide, and trumpet its […]

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Weekly Reading: Gaming As Spectator Sport

Are you a first-time consumer of the All Voices Blog’s Weekly Reading? Welcome. I’m not usually in the habit of quoting myself, but in case you missed the explanation: “Sometimes, new tech is just fun to talk about, even if its AV implications may be hard to fathom.” (Fine print: Inclusion in Weekly Reading does not imply […]

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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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The Great (Urban) Outdoors

Nancy Novograd, editor of Travel + Leisure magazine, wrote in their February issue about Swedish economist Kjell NordtrÖm who presented at a travel conference. Among his statements, she recounted that “by 2040, some 70 percent of the earth’s population will be living in cities.” I found this remarkable. Among the needs for infrastructure planning, transportation […]

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