In our most recent episode, Brad is joined by the Center for Arts Management and Technology's new executive director, David Dombrosky, and they present their top Technology in the Arts blog and podcast topics of 2007.
They also talk about the potential death of digital rights management, or DRM.
Technology in the Arts - 2007 in Review
- Second Life: This topic was discussed ad nauseam. Here is a link to the "Second Life" search results on our blog.
- Microsoft's Ian Lindsay: Part 2 of our interview with the Microsoft representative is quite hilarious in retrospect now that the word is out that Windows Vista is junk.
- Press releases and Web 2.0: Adapting the press release for social media
- CAMT joins YouTube: A video of CAMT receiving the Grassroots.org Techie Award award at the 2007 Nonprofit Technology Conference
- Building a home on the Web: The National Museum of African American History and Culture has developed an online space before it even has a physical space
- Linux in the Marketplace: In 2007, Linux-based operating systems started to become more mainstream for the general consumer
- Portable Readers: Sony, Amazon and iRex Technologies all released portable readers, and none of them were to literature what the iPod has been to music
- Wired's Geekipedia: Anything you ever need to know about a tech term or buzz word
Cool Sites of the Episode:
David - Notsonoisy.com/gameover: Incredible movies that revive classic video games using people as pixels
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