Archive for June, 2008

Still Buzzing from the LA Idea Project

Tuesday, June 24th, 2008

This past Sunday, I got to present MemoryMiner at the Los Angeles Idea Project, which is a one day conference modeled after the TED conference. Two years ago, MemoryMiner was in the gift bag at TED, and this past February, while lurking at TED (I’m keeping hope alive for a miracle ticket), I finally got […]

Mac Developer Roundtable

Sunday, June 15th, 2008

WWDC was a blast as always. There was, however, a very different feel this year, given the strong focus on iPhone, and the sheer number of new developers who have come to the platform. On Monday night, I joined the Mac Developer Roundtable podcast where we discussed the WWDC keynote. Unlike prior sessions, we were […]

At the Bay Area Video Coalition Producers Institute

Tuesday, June 3rd, 2008

Earlier this year, we gave a grant of MemoryMiner to the Bay Area Video Coalition. They are an amazing organization that helps independent media creators in a variety of ways such as classroom training, access to high-end editing suites, networking, etc. Every year, they hold an intensive workshop for documentary film makers called the Producers […]