Scott Tiner has a problem and I’m pretty sure one of you might be able to help… He needs a solution that his university professors can use to record their presentations and collaborate with their students at the same time. There are many products on the market for the type of application he has, but none of the things he’s tried have been quite right. Read his whole column from today’s issue to get the details.
Fred Ampel also cautions you (integrators) on giving away services and intellectual property freely, and Joel Rollins has a curmudgeonly rant about Twitter, user manuals and the demise of language. Enjoy the issue.