Archive | April, 2012

Reach a Wider Audience…Before and After an Event

I recently attended InfoComm Live, a new event by InfoComm for its rental and staging members. The event was held in Washington D.C. and featured two days of great content, through presentations and audience participation. It got me thinking about other events that I attend and/or put together. Many times, I’m at these events and wish that […]

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Sustainability Tidbits

Writing about sustainability can become tedious and repetitive, rather than enlightening and supportive. We need less evangelizing and more doing. But it’s early in the battle, so often I find myself being boring and preachy. This blog post is an attempt not to fall down that hole by offering “sound bites” about sustainability that I’ve recently encountered. For ease […]

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Cloud AV: So it Begins

You’ve heard a lot of “cloud this” and “cloud that.” How about the Apple commercials (and others) that tout to average consumers the benefits of keeping their stuff in “the cloud” without ever feeling the need to explain exactly what “the cloud” is? (Admittedly, Apple’s done about the best job of positioning the cloud to consumers […]

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Are You a Mentor, Mentee or Both?

The other day, I heard that a teacher I had in high school had passed away. To me, this person was more than just a teacher in a required class. Over my four years in high school, he was a great mentor who influenced my direction in life. To this day, I credit his influence for […]

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Economic Outlook: Slow and Steady

It’s always been one of my favorite things that InfoComm gives away for free: the Economic Snapshot Survey. The April 2012 edition [PDF] just came out, and if you ever followed my blog at PRO AV, you know I like to root around the 64-page report for tidbits, insights and anything that might help hone […]

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