Technology and the Arts – Ep. 71 (09.12.2014)

Technology and the Arts – Ep. 71 (09.12.2014)

Technology and the Arts – Episode 71 (09.12.2014) features lightly edited audio from a live Google+ Hangout On Air conducted September 8, 2014. This season premiere focuses on cord-cutting—the pros and cons, as well as the tips, tricks and tools of eliminating your cable television provider…and more! File size: 24.9 MB. Time: 50 min., 33 sec. Hosts: Brian Kelley and John LeMasney.

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Technology and the Arts – Ep. 70 (03.12.2014)

Technology and the Arts – Ep. 70 (03.12.2014)

Technology and the Arts – Episode 70 (03.12.2014) features lightly edited audio from a live Google+ Hangout On Air conducted March 10, 2014. This special episode focuses on the 39th edition of the Trenton Computer Festival and includes an interview with festival co-founder and chair Dr. Allen Katz from The College of New Jersey, where the event will take place March 15. We also discuss the return of Cosmos to television, Marvel’s Netflix deal and Hoopla, a relatively new library-based streaming media service…and more! File size: 16.2 MB. Time: 1 hr., 5 min., 45 sec. Hosts: Brian Kelley and John LeMasney.

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Technology and the Arts – Ep. 66 (09.27.2013)

Technology and the Arts – Ep. 66 (09.27.2013)

Technology and the Arts – Episode 66 (09.27.2013) features lightly edited audio from a live Google+ Hangout On Air conducted September 23, 2013. This installment of the podcast features discussion on technologies libraries need to be aware of and using in today’s world, the praise heaped upon Netflix by Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan following the show’s Emmy win for best drama, and the value of Internet radio stations focusing on local music…and more! File size: 15.3 MB. Time: 1 hr., 02 min., 09 sec. Hosts: Brian Kelley and John LeMasney.

Show Notes for Technology and the Arts – Episode 66

Technology and the Arts – Episode 66 (09.27.2013) features lightly edited audio from a live Google+ Hangout On Air conducted September 23, 2013. This installment of the podcast features discussion on technologies libraries need to be aware of and using in today’s world, the praise heaped upon Netflix by Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan following the show’s Emmy win for best drama, and the value of Internet radio stations focusing on local music…and more! File size: 15.3 MB. Time: 1 hr., 02 min., 09 sec. Hosts: Brian Kelley and John LeMasney.

John talked about:

Brian talked about:

Together, they discussed:

  • Top technologies libraries should know and use
  • “Breaking Bad” creator Vince Gilligan’s post-Emmy praise for Netflix
  • The perils of relying on any one online mapping or GPS app.
  • New Jersey Internet radio:
    • Altrok – keeping alive the legacy of the long-gone WHTG 106.3 FM, Modern Rock at the Jersey Shore
    • BlowUp Radio – an online radio station that hosts, Banding Together, an annual “webathon” featuring local music artists designed to combat spondylitis.
    • The Penguin Rocks

Here is the webcast version of the episode:
Technology and the Arts 2.0: Series 2, Ep. 7 – 09.23.2013

Technology and the Arts – Ep. 64 (09.13.2013)

Technology and the Arts – Ep. 64 (09.13.2013)

Technology and the Arts – Episode 64 (09.13.2013) features lightly edited audio from a live Google+ Hangout On Air conducted September 10, 2013. This installment of the podcast features discussion of Paul McCartney’s new album and legacy, the recent NASA moon mission launched from the Virginia coast, Evernote, Google’s removal of the video response feature on YouTube, the mostly underwhelming announcement of the iPhone 5c and 5s, new technology and its potential impact on classic works of art, setting up a staging/development site with WordPress…and more! File size: 18.5 MB. Time: 1 hr., 15 min., 25 sec. Hosts: Brian Kelley and John LeMasney.

Technology and the Arts – Ep. 63 (08.30.2013)

Technology and the Arts – Ep. 63 (08.30.2013)

Technology and the Arts – Episode 63 (08.30.2013) features lightly edited audio from a live Google+ Hangout On Air conducted August 27, 2013. This installment of the podcast features a discussion on the NSA’s PRISM spying program, Kevin Spacey’s impassioned defense of the Netflix business model, Facebook’s just-announced shared photo albums, the Iowa City Library Local Music Project…and more. File size: 22.5 MB. Time: 1 hr., 31 min., 30 sec. Hosts: Brian Kelley and John LeMasney.

Show Notes for Technology and the Arts – Episode 63

Technology and the Arts – Episode 63 (08.30.2013) features lightly edited audio from a live Google+ Hangout On Air conducted August 27, 2013. This installment of the podcast features a discussion on the NSA’s PRISM spying program, Kevin Spacey’s impassioned defense of the Netflix business model, Facebook’s just-announced shared photo albums, the Iowa City Library Local Music Project…and more. File size: 22.5 MB. Time: 1 hr., 31 min., 30 sec. Hosts: Brian Kelley and John LeMasney.

John talks about:

Brian talks about:

  • An update on his friend, singer-songwriter Christian Beach‘s cover of Yoko Ono’s “Silver Horse”—on which Brian played accordion—that will be appearing on an Main Man Records tribute album due this fall
  • A planned “arts hub” featuring lofts, studios, classroom space, business and training areas, and retail space in an abandoned mill from the 1890s at the Hamilton/Trenton border in Mercer County, NJ

Together, John and Brian discussed:

Here is the webcast version of the episode:
Technology and the Arts 2.0: Series 2, Ep. 4 – 08.27.2013