May 20, 2013
It took less than two seconds for
the LA Clippers’ DeAndre Jordan to
prepare, formulate, and execute one
of the most aggressive slam-dunks
of the NB A season earlier this spring.
May 07, 2013
There is a very specific glory reserved
for those honored with a ticker tape
parade in Manhattan.
Apr 15, 2013
Learning technology in classrooms has been proven to
increase comprehension, test scores, and retention.
Mar 27, 2013
At the foot of a giant, shiny condominium
tower in downtown Dallas stands a shy,
diminutive structure with a design far
more complex than one would imagine
upon first seeing it.
Mar 14, 2013
For the duration of my college career, I
worked in a small library on the big campus
of Boston University.
Feb 21, 2013
How many cups of coffee does it
take to screw in a light bulb?
Jan 14, 2013
For those who see piles of snow
undulating across the horizon at this
very moment, the thought of a beach
probably carries with it the notion of
warm sand and brilliant sunlight.
Nov 12, 2012
If you and your team dread meetings not for their content, but their duration, it’s possible the format needs to change.
Jul 06, 2012
“It couldn’t be… This is sport!
Jun 07, 2012
Motorcycles are probably not the first
thing that leaps to mind upon the
mention of mission-critical applications
for wireless technology.
Jun 06, 2012
The high lumen video projector has always been at the heart of the staging and live events market. In fact the high lumen video projector was born in the staging market. But as we head to InfoComm, important developments in ancillary markets are creating big ripples across the industry.
May 04, 2012
You can call a spade a spade, but
until there’s a market-researched
name attached to it, it’s not really a
May 03, 2012
What’s it like outside?
Apr 12, 2012
It’s Mad Men season.
Mar 06, 2012
It may not seem like it when you’re
desperately awaiting the arrival of
a beverage cart on a long flight, but
air travel is still fairly miraculous in
Feb 07, 2012
Once expertise is gained in any arena,
it becomes impossible not to be upset
by shortcomings in that field.
Jan 06, 2012
As talk of Oscar nods takes over the
entertainment conversation this winter,
we tend to think of the best things
we’ve seen all year.
Dec 14, 2011
If you’ve ever wiled away your time on a
treadmill pondering whether the energy
you’re expending could be harnessed to
power the lights in the gym, you’re on to
Feb 08, 2011
What kind of music do you like? It’s a
fairly innocuous question, one often
posed by those looking to pass the
time over cocktails or during the
“networking” segments of business
Jan 12, 2011
Too many audience members seem
unaware that in an acoustically perfect
space, sound not only travels pristinely
from the stage to the audience, but also
fairly cleanly from the peanut gallery to
Dec 16, 2010
The next time you find yourself stranded in the toothpaste aisle at the grocery store, trying to make a selection from the seemingly endless array of options, don’t feel bad.
Nov 17, 2010
Four years after
a crate of Scotch
whisky was discovered
Antarctic hut of Sir
the parcel was
finally thawed and
opened this past
Oct 07, 2010
Watching the sound
a shotgun mic
from left to right,
again and again, it
almost seems like
she’s mocking the
spectator sport most
likely to cause neck
Sep 08, 2010
“Always look for
the silver lining,”
sings Chet Baker
in an indefatigable
tone, “whenever a
cloud appears in the
Aug 11, 2010
When we are fortunate
indulge in a real
lunch break, we all
have a favorite spot.
Jul 19, 2010
Wrap a phrase in
and it changes its
Jun 07, 2010
They’re onto us.
They’ve heard our
story and they
May 05, 2010
The scientific studies and tech blogs
are abuzz with the
theory that standing
is the new ergonomic
stand at work are
healthier and burn
more calories than
those who sit. The
benefits also extend to the creative
mind, which seems to more freely
produce ideas when the body escapes
the confines of a chair.
Apr 01, 2010
Many of our most vivid memories, individually and collectively as a culture, are of great victories and defeats in sports. If you witness raised voices and waving arms at a group gathering, there’s a good chance that a game or match is being recalled. More than politics or anything else that makes people shout, sports
Feb 26, 2010
As an image, the theater marquee has long represented one’s making it to the big-time. Countless movies, still photographs, and songs celebrate the glitz and glamour of seeing a name “in lights.” These twinkling icons of success can still be found glowing above the entrance to historic theaters in downtown neighborhoo
Jan 06, 2010
As the new calendar year begins midwinter, we are all looking for signs of spring. Not specifically the season welcomed with tulips and robins, but rather the advent of an economic recovery. The signs that trigger hopefulness will be a bit more difficult to recognize than the equally welcome arrival of warmer weather,
Dec 18, 2009
We’ve all had a good chuckle at the oversized electronics of the not-too distant past. Often, those self-coconscious giggles erupt when viewing films or TV shows from way back in the 1990s, the first decade where technology began outgrowing itself at a strikingly fast pace. Catching a glimpse of the giant VHS cameras
Feb 28, 2005
In the days just before sound reinforcement products became widely available and the business of sound contracting was born, there thrived a phenomenon known as dance-hall music. Without speakers, amps, microphones or any processing in between, musicians played for crowds undistracted by mobile phones and various text messaging devices. And somehow, everyone was entertained.
Jan 28, 2005
Everyone has their talents. Usually they become apparent through education or exposure to the everyday career opportunities that exist in modern society. But imagine if you were born a few centuries too late and your natural talent was for a task that really wasn't required anymore. You might never discover this truly unique ability, and hence your life would always feel empty.