Recorded live at Six 18 Coffee on May 2nd.
Unfortunately, I couldn’t attend Coachella this year. But my online friends, photographer Thomas Hawk and Robert Scoble were there to document the experience. Still a bucket list item for me…
It’s the March 15th Edition of the New Music Podcast featuring Matt &Kim, Gin Wigmore and Fitz & The Tantrums.
I want my MTV. A familiar refrain from days gone by. Those who remember the glory days of MTV will recall just how exciting it was to “discover” new music on the network. Then, the channel was overtaken by a tsunami of reality television.
Now, Vevo is looking to bring back live Music Television online. It will start as one channel but may expand into much more.
There was also a lot of work necessary to ensure that the live stream worked on a bunch of devices that VEVO serves. Getting a live feed to a PC or web browser is one thing, but VEVO TV will also be available on all the mobile, tablet, and connected TV apps that the music video site serves. And when you’re thinking about what VEVO TV will look like on Microsoft’s XBox Live or Roku, it really is like having music television all over again.
I want my VEVO Music Television!!
3 songs from some of the newest music we have available at the station. Click through to listen to my new music podcast. And let me know what you think.
The team originally developed the program to monitor neonatal babies without making physical contact. But they quickly learned that the algorithm can be applied to other videos to reveal changes imperceptible to the naked eye. Prof. William T. Freeman, a leader on the team, imagines its use in search and rescue, so that rescuers could tell from a distance if someone trapped on a ledge, say, is still breathing.
The implications of this type of tech are huge…and this is only scratching the surface. Combine this with google goggles and imagine what you could do.
Major League Baseball, which has hoarded its old archives and clips like Scrooge Freaking McDuck, suddenly released a treasure trove of amazing old highlights.
After years of hints, clues, and teases, Trent Reznor is reviving Nine Inch Nails, who performed their last live shows in 2009. The trailblazing band will start playing shows with a new lineup this summer, with a U.S. arena tour to follow this fall and global dates on the way into 2014
A NIN concert is an experience you don’t want to miss as a rock/industrial music fan. Though the vibe of the shows has changed in the past 20 years, Trent’s energy has not. Catch them live if you can.