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But what minutes! Count them by sensation, and not by calendars, and each moment is a day. ~Benjamin Disraeli

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Howard Dean TV

Jul 18, 2003 — The campaign of former Vermont Governor and Democratic Presidential candidate Howard Dean, in May of this year, took politics a step further into the digital age with the launch of Howard Dean TV. Using the latest broadband technologies from TVTonic by Wavexpress, voters will have unprecedented access to speeches, Q&As and video of Dean, all via the Web. . . . → Read More: Howard Dean TV

State of the Industry Address

Mar 27, 2003 — The term that best seems to characterize the state of the media production business today is found in the title of the book Austin Faccone and I wrote two years ago – Dynamic Media in Transition. This industry is in a transition now, but what’s new about that? Haven’t we always been transitioning to or from something? . . . → Read More: State of the Industry Address

Augmented Reality: Expanding the Boundaries of Experience

Feb 3, 2003 — I think most communication professionals love what they do because they are storytellers and can share those stories with others. For the most part, storytelling is still a linear experience. Television has brought video into our homes, so millions more are witness to history. It has stirred emotions in ways that print never could. And some day in the not too distant future, we may all be able to jump into a story or experience a historical event for ourselves. . . . → Read More: Augmented Reality: Expanding the Boundaries of Experience