Applications Are Worth A Milan

AVNU Alliance Announces 802.1 Compatible Delivery Protocol On Wednesday afternoon at InfoComm 2018, the AVNU Alliance held a small gathering on the second floor of the Las Vegas Convention Center. It was there that they took the next step in the process of making the AVB/TSN solution a more complete option for network based signal … Read more

The Self-Hating Technologist Part 2

See part one of The Self-Hating Technologist here. One of Us With the global adoption of smart devices and interconnected systems, a digital ecosystem has been created that allows unmatched potential for communication and learning. It also means that to participate in that ecosystem, you have to choose how much of yourself and your information … Read more

The Self-Hating Technologist Part 1

The technological age in which we live is absolutely incredible. The things that we are capable of accomplishing as machines talk to other machines, the improved efficiencies of our daily lives with smart devices and automation, the ability to communicate with those across the world in order to share and advance thought, invention, and society … Read more

Two Weeks of Pondering Privacy Rules

It’s been two weeks since the United States House of Representatives joined the Senate and passed a bill that “undid” the FCC privacy rules that were voted in during the Obama administration; at least that’s what we all heard for the weeks prior to the vote and immediately after. I’ve been kicking around what response … Read more

Almo E4 AV Tour Comes to Chicago

Have you registered for InfoComm yet? Hard to believe that show is less than 100 days away from kicking off. Last year brought us 1000 exhibitors spanning the Las Vegas show floor along with endless educational opportunities from the Saturday preceding the show until the 4 pm bell rang on Friday. I don’t know about … Read more

Digital Rights Management Goes Corporate

This is AVNation’s first contribution to the EFF’s Copyright Week. When most people think about the concept of Digital Rights Management (DRM) they associate it more with their personal devices. For example, you’ve had an iPhone for 10 years. You were an early adopter and you went hog wild with your iTunes purchases. Yes, you … Read more