Searching for Internet Cheese

June 28, 2018

In my day job, I answer a lot of people’s questions about audiovisual and virtual reality technology. In fact, lately, that’s really all I seem to be doing. And to find those answers quickly, especially when it comes to determining things like part numbers and dimensions, I turn to the source that most people use: […]

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It’s All in the Details, or at Least it Should Be in an Increasingly Mobile World

August 17, 2016

As a matter of course, I like to investigate certain things in order to acquire material for writing, or even to disseminate information in other ways. As we like to talk about the integrators and what they need to pay specific attention to, sometimes that direction needs to be turned to the industry manufacturers and some […]

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The Internet of Things – Converged, Connected and Highly Vulnerable

August 11, 2014

When we think of convergence, we of course refer to how the industry’s two realms of technology potentially merge together to create seamless system implementation where all components, potentially including devices, form reliable AV/IT integration whether on-premise, in the cloud, or both. However, questions continue to arise about the convergence and if it indeed has […]

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Cable vs. Internet – The Battle for Eyeballs Gets Serious

February 15, 2010

“Dry land is not a myth. I’ve seen it (Kevin Costner, Waterworld). I don’t know what the big fuss is about. I saw that movie nine times.” – Chip Douglas (The Cable Guy, 1996) Click Away – A big screen TV, cold beer, bag of chips and the remote and you have a happy man.  […]

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