Technology and the Arts 2.0 – Series 1, Ep. 3 (09.12.2012)

Technology and the Arts 2.0 – 09.12.2012 (Episode 3)

Unfortunately, the third episode of the Technology and the Arts webcast with John LeMasney and Brian Kelley wasn’t archived by Google correctly so only the last 11 minutes, 22 seconds of the conversation have been saved on YouTube (which you can view above). We know from viewer comments that the entire conversation was broadcast live on YouTube, so it’s a shame most of the good stuff we talked about (iPhone 5 release, Raspberry Pi, and how drawn-on nipples got the New Yorker banned from Facebook) is no longer available to watch.

 

Something is coming…

What’s this? A post on the long-dormant Technology and the Arts blog? And it looks different…what’s up with that?

Well…John LeMasney and I have made plans early next week to record a special “TechArts” podcast, which will likely include a video component this time around. Because of that, I figured I would spruce the blog up a bit.

And there is a lot to discuss in the worlds of technology and art these days, so stay tuned.

In the meantime, you can always check out my current, interview-based podcast, Tandem With The Random.

Technology and the Arts Special: 4/24/2009

Technology and the Arts Special: 4/24/2009

Technology and the Arts hosts Brian Kelley and John LeMasney met for drinks and dinner at Triumph Brewing Co. in Princeton, NJ, on April 23, 2009, and recorded this mini podcast (sorry about the sound quality and background noise, but this was kind of a spur of the moment thing). John previews his Trenton Computer Festival talks on April 25 and April 26, and discusses the beers he drank at Triumph. Brian provides an update on Christian Beach. Brian’s fiancee, Alison, also joins in on the fun for a bit. Hosts: Brian Kelley and John LeMasney. File size: 4 MB. Time: 8 min., 30 sec.

Show Notes for Technology and the Arts Special: 4/24/2009

Technology and the Arts hosts Brian Kelley and John LeMasney met for drinks and dinner at Triumph Brewing Co. in Princeton, NJ, on April 23, 2009, and recorded this mini podcast (sorry about the sound quality and background noise, but this was kind of a spur of the moment thing). John previews his Trenton Computer Festival talks on April 25 and April 26, and discusses the beers he drank at Triumph. Brian provides an update on Christian Beach. Brian’s fiancee, Alison, also joins in on the fun for a bit. Hosts: Brian Kelley and John LeMasney. File size: 4 MB. Time: 8 min., 30 sec.

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Show Notes for Technology and the Arts Podcast #42

prevail-whale by lemasney

"prevail-whale" by lemasney

In this installment of the Technology and the Arts podcast, we share some interesting news, web sites and online resources we have come across recently, including spreeder, ma.gnolia’s decision to go open source, and our own John LeMasney’s “prevail whale.” Plus, we discuss some interesting sights on Google Maps Street View and Google Earth and a possible last stand for Pandora and the webcasting industry…and more! Hosts: Brian Kelley and John LeMasney. File size: 17.5 MB. Time: 37 min., 09 sec.

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Sorry about the delay in getting the full show notes up…here they are (8/28, 8 p.m. ET):

Here are some things John LeMasney mentioned:

  • Spreeder.com – A free online speed reading application.
  • FoodGawker.com – A site devoted to beautiful food imagery.
  • ma.gnolia.com – A social bookmarking site that announced plans to make the platform open source with the hope to become “the WordPress of social bookmarking.”
  • FaceYourManga.com – John refers to “Manga Me” in the podcast, but I believe this is the site he used to create his anime likeness…that’s the one I used after he talked about it. But if John wants to correct any of this, I’m sure he will.
  • “prevail-whale” – John took the infamous Twitter “fail-whale” and turned it into a symbol of success (see photo above)…and it got noticed around the Internet.
  • John’s Southern Tier Back Burner review – Here is his opinion on this barleywine style ale on one of his side projects, beercritic.wordpress.com.

Here are some things Brian Kelley mentioned