3091 artists from 140 countries have uploaded 6131 sounds in the first part of Avicii’s AviciixYou project to crowd-source a hit song. Amazing! A rather simple set-up has managed to engage musicians in 140 countries to join in a project without no bigger purpose that to create a song. Because music engages.
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The 2013 International CES kicks off today, and we’ll finally see if all the speculations about “it’s a different show” now are indeed true. Journalists writing advance pieces say it’s no longer about the gadgets. It’s about the interaction between people, software, and network. For Ericsson, that’s right up our alley.
And for us, there’s [...]
Large global corporations are using video communication between their main sites on a large scale today to cut back on global travel. Meetings that would have required a four-day between the US and Sweden just five years ago can today by conducted over a two-to-three-hour video conference. So what can we predict about our near [...]
As someone who started in the fixed networking arena, it’s staggering to think of what’s encompassed by the words ‘broadband networks’ today compared to the quite finite description that would have fit in the past.
Most of the TV programs I watch these days are often not on TV. That’s not as odd as it sounds.
I never saw the live footage of Neil Armstrong on the moon. As a four-year-old, I heard people talking about it, but we were living in the Australian Outback, and there was no TV in Mullewa in 1969. I can’t help feeling that I missed out on something: the most important collective TV moment of [...]