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Date: 2012-05-30
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Argo Tea's Dynamic Menu Boards Reflect Their Creativity
Chicago-based Argo Tea wanted to bring their tea creativity to life for customers. Brilliant digital signage solutions quenched their thirst.
App Developer Competitions: Worth It?
Mobile app makers who are eager to showcase new ideas can take advantage of an expanding outlet for their creativity: developer competitions. Competitions may take the form of online developer challenges or in-person hackathons that engage individuals or teams in 24-hour (or longer) coding sessions. Events may be sponsored by technology vendors, software companies, industry organizations or even government agencies. For the winners, a competition can offer cash and the opportunity to further refine an app.

Reconnecting with Lost Video by Relinking
In Final Cut Pro X, it is easier to recover from moved or deleted media file problems
Final Cut Pro X manages all of your media files by grouping them in various Events that you create. This makes it more difficult, but not impossible, for media files to go missing. Events can be moved, deleted or renamed, and Apple recommends that you do these operations from within Final Cut Pro itself so that FCPX can always properly keep track of the media files. But there will be times when you move, delete, or rename files directly in the Finder, and that could prevent FCPX from properly referencing the media files.
iPhone Commercial Rejects
On the commercials for Apple's iPhone 4s, the Siri virtual assistant seems to understand every word uttered by Samuel L. Jackson and Zoe Deschanel. Other potential celebrity spokespeople were not so lucky.
No GM Superbowl Ads, 2014 BMW M3, Beijing Traffic, & Humpday GOTW!
It's Wednesday, and apparently GM thinks it's a good idea to ditch their Superbowl commercials. A huge traffic jam in Beijing that that looks like a world ending evacuation type thing is taking place, and BMW has confirmed its engine for the 2014 M3 and M
Content Insider 228 - NAB Wrap Deux
Bigger, Better Pixels Make Video a Whole New Game
The Nvidia GPU Conference gave us yet another peek into why the GPU still matters. Jen-Hsun Huang runs a high tempo aggressive team that is always pushing the envelope and his latest announcement was no exception bringing tears to our son's eyes because he so wanted one of the $1K units but no way! It may be all about gaming power but the pixel processing power took us right back to NAB and how their latest offerings and technology announcements is keeping pace with movie and broadcast producers demands for better quality video and faster encoding. And yes you still have to store it all somewhere!

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