by Danny Maland A good tug-of-war session can be serious fun. The fun is especially serious when the tug-of-war involves a human, a smallish dog, and a toy with a small bell on it. If everything's friendly, the dog may end up getting dragged around a bit, while humorous noises are being emitted by both the toy and
This multi-part blog series looks at how higher- and secondary-ed technology managers are accommodating faculty and student use of iPads, Apple TV, and other Apple devices in classrooms. In part 2, our panel of experts looks at durability, security, and what they’d like Apple to do to make their lives easier. Many thanks to George Saltsman, an Abilene Christian University professor who recommended the panelists.
Between InfoComm and a volleyball competition, the Orange County Convention Center is making a major economic impact to the City Beautiful this week.
by Danny Maland (The screenshots used for illustrative purposes in this post were created with GPA 2.49, available here , and Room EQ Wizard 5, available here .) In Part 1, I spent some time talking about how it can be easy to reach for a tool that only “patches” an issue (as opposed to fixing something out
by Danny Maland In the first installment of this blog series, I declared my intention to build a mixing system that utilizes off-the-shelf computer and audio hardware in combination with a proprietary software package. The idea is as much about delving into the unknown for the sake of itself as it is to have a func
I am feeling very audio today. And today’s coverage takes me back to where I got started — Colorado. Studio Six Digital Audio Apps for Iphones and Ipads. AudioTools is a test & measurement app. They now have an app for SMAART as well as interfaces for phantom powered mic input, digital audio output, internal