Exhibitors and attendees at the 32nd Annual Trenton Computer Festival in Central New Jersey are interviewed. Other topics include Sacramento Bee photographer Renee C. Byer’s award-winning work at Pulitzer.org, a toaster pastry review at tackyliving.com, Google’s announced presentation applicationk, Wisegeek.com’s “How to make your offline life easier,” Boston Cyberarts 2007, PoliSciFi at thepartyparty.com, and musician/blogger/podcaster Jonathan Coulton. Hosts: Brian Kelley, John LeMasney. File size: 14 MB. Time: 29 min., 10 sec.
- Trenton Computer Festival 2007 – Technology and the Arts co-host John LeMasney gave a presentation on blogging and podcasting at the festival. Then, John and Brian walked the floor at the indoor computer show and interviewed some attendees and exhibitors.
Other links related to this episode:
- John talks about his upcoming Brookdale Computer Users Group talk on open source software, as well as his scheduled Princeton Computer Users Group talk on his favorite Firefox extensions.
- Technology and the Arts was featured in the April 26 issue of The Lawrence Ledger. The interview took place at Chuckles Restaurant in Lawrenceville, N.J., which has delicious whole wheat pizza.
- Brian talked about a recent Todd Rundgren concert he attended.
- Catch the Wave Gathering Festival in Asbury Park, N.J., May 18-20, featuring about 150 music acts at nearly 20 venues throughout the weekend.
- John and Brian reflect on the April 16th tragedy at Virginia Tech.
- Sacramento Bee photographer Renee C. Byer’s award-winning work at pulitzer.org.
- A toaster pastry review at tackyliving.com.
- Google has finally announced its presentation application.
- Wisegeek.com has an article that shows you “How to Make Your Offline Life Easier.”
- You still have a little time to catch Boston Cyberarts 2007.
- PoliSciFi…check out the socio-political audio-video mashups at thepartyparty.com.
- Discover musician/blogger/podcaster Jonathan Coulton.
- We met members of the Mid-Atlantic Retro Computing Hobbyist (MARCH) club at the Trenton Computer Festival (see photo above). MARCH is all about vintage computers…please check them out.