In 1979, the Buggles came out with a hit called “Video Killed The Radio Star.” It chronicled the impact of music videos in an industry that was previously promoted almost exclusively on radio. It was the 1st music video ever played on MTV and speaks to the profound changes that technological innovation can bring to any communication medium.
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On Tuesday September 15th, I co-hosted a webinar that was presented by Aaron Dyck and Matthew McGuire of Digitek. I don’t usually write posts about webinars but this one really struck a bunch of nerves in all the right ways. The title session was “8 Ways to Generate More Sales Leads” and as vanilla as that sounds it was one of the most potent sessions I’ve sat on in a long long time.
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The IoT (Internet of Things) has been getting a lot of press lately as more and more things find themselves getting connected. There are a lot of things you’d expect to be connected to the IoT such as printers, MFDs, thermostats (think Nest), smartphones and computers but there are also a host of bizarre and unusual items you wouldn’t expect. Print Audithas scoured the IoT and compiled this list of 7 bizarre connected oddities for your consideration:
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Today Samsung announced that it will be the first OEM/Printer manufacturer to be powered by Android. Let me repeat that because it’s freakin’ important: Samsung MFPs/Printers will be powered by ANDROID! Mind. BLOWN.