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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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The 4K Party: All Dressed Up With Nowhere to Go?

With the holidays around the corner, we’re all in a tizzy to get ready for the big reveal. We dress up the house, dress up the table, we dress ourselves in splashes of color. (Which reminds me; head over to Twitter to partake in some #AVsweater fun.) We kick the winter’s dreariness to the curb. We enjoy that Rockwellian […]

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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: On Matters of Hype

I read a couple bits of news from InfoComm HQ recently. The first was that InfoComm Connections had hooked up with a cool NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) show in NYC next November 2015. The show goes by the name CCW +SATCON, but you can think of it as Content & Communications World and Satellite and Communications […]

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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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