Monthly Archives: December 2011

The Digital Story of The Nativity

The Digital Story of The Nativity Not sure this is exactly the way it happened… but bet the young techies of today might think so.  😉 Advertisements

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“HigherEd Tech Decisions” article on WVU Digital Signage

Today’s Mountaineers Use Digital Signage to Relay Information West Virginia University alerts tens of thousands with news of all kind with a digital signage and text message alert system. By Daniel Dern December 19, 2011 At a university with 29,000 … Continue reading

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Making Presentation in Webinar and at DSE 2012 in Las Vegas

I will be one of five speakers in this webinar on Tuesday, January 17th, 2012.  My main speaking engagement for an in-depth look at Building and Staffing a Digital Signage Team will be one of two speakers in a session in Las Vegas … Continue reading

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The Higgs Boson and Finding God…

Mankind has always “sought” God… if man ever FINDS God, man better hope that whatever God “sees” in man is just as exciting.  SWG “Researchers working at the world’s largest atom smasher in Geneva have found tantalizing hints of the … Continue reading

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Creating a Digital Signage Network (41. Digital Signage and Directed Audio)

“Get Smart”… with Directed Audio ! Humans rely upon their five senses (hearing, seeing, touch, taste and smell) to interpret the world around them.  Message comprehension from one human being to another can be enhanced by any combination of the … Continue reading

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New wave of ocean energy to be trialed off the coast of Australia

Anyone who has ever been scuba diving in a bull kelp forest will tell you – the stuff does not stand still. The marine aquatic plant consists of a long skinny-but-tough stem (or stipe) that is anchored to the sea floor and … Continue reading

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