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Every Organization Needs Video

by Nella Citino, Chair, Video and Motion Graphics

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New Music Monday

by Mike Bailey My wife loves music, but she rarely reaches for the volume knob to make it louder. Yet, that’s exactly what happens when “California,” by Delta Spirit, comes on the stereo. The Brooklyn (via San Diego) band turned in my favorite performance of SXSW 2012 and the entire album has been in constant rotation ever since. The music, caught somewhere between indie rock and alt-country, is the perfect support for vocalist Matthew Vasquez‘s raspy croon.

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Dogs and Cell Phones

By Tim Mickleburgh

View from a train

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Access vs. Ownership

By Mike Bailey I’ve been collecting records and compact discs for more than 30 years. I’ve given away more than I’ve kept, but I still have well north of 10,000 pieces. Whether my collection is impressive or indifferent, it pales in comparison to yours – that is, if you choose to access your collection. You see, the music library that I’ve spent three decades building is less than 1% of what’s available on your laptop, tablet or phone.

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Audio Video in an IT World Part II : “It’s All About Control”

Audio Video devices on the market today provide multiple options for control. Most people have become accustomed to the basic handheld remote control that works using infrared bursts of light. This is referred to as IR. IR is relatively inexpensive and generally reliable providing there is a good line of sight. However this is not always possible for a number of reasons. For instance if the device is located in a cabinet or another room.

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New Music Monday

By Mike Bailey: It’s been a little while since my last entry so I have three new tracks for this week. The first comes from Austin, TX blues rocker Gary Clark Jr. His four-track ep was released late last year, but the recent buzz around his SXSW performance is good cause to (re)introduce Bright Lights. Download the song for free from his website.

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