Technology and the Arts – Episode 67 (10.04.2013) features lightly edited audio from a live Google+ Hangout On Air conducted September 30, 2013. This installment of the podcast features discussion of Robert Scoble’s “Age of Context,” the virtues of Google+ Hangouts compared to Adobe Connect and GoTo Meeting, the new Seaboard keyboard instrument from Roli, and the potential medical uses for Google Glass…and more! Plus, we talk with singer-songwriter Christian Beach, who performed one of his new songs for us. File size: 19.5 MB. Time: 1 hr., 19 min., 25 sec. Hosts: Brian Kelley and John LeMasney.
Here is a rundown of what we discussed on this episode…
- Robert Scoble and the “age of context”
- Co-host Brian Kelley’s current training for the Trenton10K in November.
- Australian singer-songwriter Kate Miller-Heidke, her departure from Sony and her crowd-funded new album–successfully funded via PledgeMusic.com in just three days.
- A Doctor Who/science-fiction fan club in New York City is spearheading a Change.org petition to have the Empire State Building go TARDIS blue on Nov. 23, 2013, to mark the program’s 50th anniversary.
- John extolled the virtues of Google+ Hangouts, compared to Adobe Connect and GoTo Meeting.
- John discussed an effort to bring gamification to Artworks Trenton.
- The new Seaboard keyboard instrument from Roli.
- The future of Google Glass in the medical community.
- Christian Beach – a singer-songwriter interviewed during the episode who also performed his song “Divide and Conquer.” Christian will also be performing a cover of Yoko Ono’s “Silver Horse” during a tribute to Yoko Ono taking place during New Jersey Peace Action’s Concert for Peace taking place in Bloomfield, N.J., October 19.