Posts tagged: Flash

How to Become a Futurist & Other Lessons Learned at AdTech New York

Jim Hamilton
 Nov 21, 2013

I didn’t expect to learn how to become a futurist at AdTech New York (November 6-7, Javits Center, New York City), but it’s one of the many lessons I learned from a day on the show floor and at the conference.

How to Become a Futurist — Sheryl Connelly, a futurist at Ford, gave the Thursday morning keynote and it was a sobering ten point summary of the challenges facing the world. Here are those challenges in short form Read more »

Everyday Video Going Mobile

Carrie Sylvester
 Feb 8, 2013


In the ‘60s it was your favorite Uncle who had the fancy Super8 video camera. The ‘80s brought us the “luggable” VHS camcorder, the ‘90s saw smaller digital camcorders that could record to compact video tapes, and the 2000s made a move to internal or flash memory. Present day finds the traditional camcorder being displaced by smaller and more convenient mobile phones and digital cameras. Will these pocketable devices replace camcorders?

In the 2012 InfoTrends Video End User survey asked what cameras people were using to shoot video and then more specifically what they use most often for shooting everyday videos. Read more »

Adobe’s Call to Action

Jim Hamilton
 Sep 29, 2009

I recently attended Canon’s Integrated Solutions Showcase in Las Vegas. The Tuesday keynote at that event was presented by Dr. Naresh Gupta of Adobe. Dr. Gupta is a Senior Vice President in Adobe’s Print and Publishing Business Unit and is the Managing Director of Adobe’s Research and Development group in India. Gupta’s message to the crowd of Canon customers, dealers, and employees was a sobering one and was built around dropping print/copy volumes and the move to electronic and mobile communications. His presentation, entitled “Imaging for Today’s Enterprise,” was a real call to action for solutions that provide additional value beyond print. Read more »

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