Whatever Happened to Binary Answers?

I wonder sometimes if it is the politically correct world we live in, or whether no one wants to take responsibility for her/his actions, but I find it difficult to get a binary answer to a binary question. For those of you wondering what that means, a binary question is one that is asked with […]

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Classroom Standards: The Good, Bad, and Ugly

This blog series started life as a webinar. Mark Valenti of the Sextant Group and I collaborated on an InfoComm webinar about AV and IT in higher education. It was extremely successful, with nearly 400 attending. Fortunately, no one told me there were that many people tuned in until after I was done! Ostensibly the webinar […]

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Weekly Reading: Vinyl, VR and Self-Driving Cars

Last weekend, I took my sons to get outfitted for their first high school prom. The salesman was full of great quotes. On the merits of a short-size suit: “I’m already short. I don’t want to look shorter. If you’re short and wear a short suit, you look like a Lego man.” (No clear explanation […]

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How Vulnerable Are Your Enterprise Conference Rooms?

I’ve written past blogs about how today’s collaboration needs require an “any-to-any” mindset, and about how the look of enterprise conference rooms is changing. In the first blog I explained that “any” represents the expectation from the now-seasoned users of collaboration that everything should just work — in any combination and anywhere they happen to […]

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Transparent OLED Technology 101

OLED is a flat-panel display technology that’s been in development for decades. Organic Light Emitting Diode technology was first reduced to practice at Eastman Kodak in the early 1980s. The first commercial, limited production OLED displays were sold in 1997. Since then, these displays have found use in car stereos, MP3 players and cameras. But by […]

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