Here is the edited version of the 2012 season finale of Technology and the Arts with Brian Kelley and John LeMasney. John and I had to move our live chat up a day. Also, it threw off our planned chat with blogger/writer/podcaster Richard J. Anderson, who was able to get his hands on a Microsoft Surface a few days ago so we wanted to get his first impressions. However, after John and I did our live show/recording, I was able to get a brief chat worked out with Richard, which I—somewhat awkwardly—spliced into this edited version of the episode.
Anyway, here are some quick links to things mentioned during the show…
- While talking about Hurricane Sandy, Brian brought up this cool U.S. wind map.
- Brian also shared a Huffington Post article on how music and technology might be able to predict the outcome of the U.S. presidential election, and a Gizmodo post sharing the first photograph ever taken from space…from a Nazi-built V-2 rocket in 1946.
- Richard J. Anderson, who blogs at sanspoint.com and is one of the hosts of the Crush On Radio podcast, joined Brian for a bit to talk about his brief, hands-on experience with the new Microsoft Surface tablet.