Future M on Higher Education


In support of our higher education practice, ISITE Design sponsored a panel at FutureM titled “Beyond the University Website: The Future of Digital Marketing in Higher Education.” Jeff Cram moderated, and participants included (from left to right in the photo): Perry Hewitt, Chief Digital Officer, Harvard (@perryhewitt) Gene Begin, Digital Marketing Director, Babson College (@gbegin) […]

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Videos from DrupalCamp Montreal

DrupalCamp Montreal was this past weekend, and the videos are already posted! The event venue was McGill University’s McIntyre Science Center, which is equipped with an automated system to capture lectures at specific times. The system captures the video output being projected as well as video of the lectern where the speaker is standing, and […]

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Comcast XFinity: TV (Almost) Everywhere

There’s been lots of industry buzzz about Time Warner and Comcast’s TV Everywhere plan, which would allow subscribers to fixed-wire cable offerings access to premium content over internet connections, freeing content from the cable box (or cable card). Although it isn’t exactly setting content free on the web, it does seem a positive step in […]

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OMMA Global Day One: The Year the Media Died

Highlight of OMMA Global day one for me was Terence Kawaja of GCA Savvian, whose presentation included a verse by verse playing and discussion of his own satirical song “Mad Avenue Blues” (sung to the tune of “American Pie,” with the refrain changed to “The Year the Media Died”). Like the original, it’s long (9:21 […]

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Politics and Poetics of DeCSS


NYU’s Gabriella Coleman‘s talk from the Open Video conference on the way in which DVD Jon and DeCSS brought together code and speech in relation to freedom: video platform video management video solutions free video player Her slides are also available, as are other videos from the conference.

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