Articles Tagged “digital”

  • Can digital storage save the dance?

    Dance is an art form that isn’t well suited to newspapers, magazines or radio. And choreography isn’t like chopping onions where the steps can be written on a card and followed. But there is dance…

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    Tomorrowland 2012

    Tomorrowland 2012 Official Aftermovie TOMORROWLAND 2012 DVD OUT DECEMBER 1ST 2012 Become a part of the worldwide family:http://www.FACEBOOK.COM/TOMORROWLAND During the magical weekend of 27, 28 and 29 July 2012 more than 180,000 visitors from over…

  • Digital ads are slackers

    Ah yes. We live in the digital age with virtual currency and online lives. We work in the cloud, download to our devices and connect to the mesh or the net. Instead of print we…

  • Move to digital media, prevent data rot

    nquiring minds everywhere want to know – what’s the best format for their music, photographs, home movies, slide shows. Into each life a little data rot must fall. And it would be nice to find the perfect solution to avoid the battle between the tons of stuff that we want to keep while the formats keep changing. Today’s data storage devices include CDs, DVDs, flash media and more.

  • Neighborhood Watches Going Digital

    Telephone chains are moving to email lists and message boards. Today, the National Sherriffs’ Association website has just about 20,000 block watch groups registered. This is four times the number it had one year ago. With…

  • The buzz about Pete Cashmore

    “Sources” say there is a $200 million deal in the works for CNN to acquire Mashable. If this were another tech company, we might have learned about it from Mashable. But for now, there is…

  • When a digital file is physible

    Even as SOPA was soundly criticized and protested for trying to block illegal file sharing, a site called The Pirate Bay continued to be the 75th most visited website. The site allows users to share…

  • Could college education be the next free thing?

    A few generations ago few imagined the digital age where content, games and long distance phone conversations would be among the free offerings in the world. And now even as there is much discussion over…

  • Adobe’s moveable museum

    Can a museum be a museum if it’s not really a museum? If it’s digital, does it exist? If seeing is believing, is touching necessary? Earlier this month Adobe launched the first ever digital museum,…

  • There is such a thing as digital clutter

    Time was when clutter referred to tangible things that gathered actual dust in homes, offices, cars and storage lockers as the case may be. But for all who believe that the digital age is a…