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  • Blog Post: Having Fun with the Neon API

    One of the exciting things that got to do at South by Southwest last month in Austin was help with a hackathon where developers got to experiment with building new music apps and experiences.  As part of this hackathon, I helped a newly-independent artist, Neon Hitch release her own API in her own...
  • Blog Post: APIs as Artistic Expression: the Neon API

    Musicians take care to craft so many of the ways that they express themselves beyond the music that they release: their outfits, their videos, album covers, the typography used in the liner notes, the palette of the website, the mood of the images, the style of the logos, the tour busses, and most recently...
  • Blog Post: POV Hackathon Prototype: Aerial Viewing

    This past weekend, I participated in the most interesting hackathon:  Sponsored by the PBS Documentary Series POV , this hackathon paired media makers with technologists, challenging the teams to experiment with adding interactivity to the documentary process.  My colleague Greg Prentice and...
  • Blog Post: Authentic: a Connected Media Experience Player

    For the past year I have been working with the record labels (Sony Music, Warner Music Group, Universal Music Group) on building a new way of creating digital connected albums, called Connected Media Experience , or CME.    It is based on a zip package with an XML manifest and HTML, JavaScript...
  • Blog Post: Silverlytics: Microsoft Silverlight Analytics Framework + Windows Azure + Live Labs Pivot

    Since we announced the Microsoft Silverlight Analytics Framework last month, we’ve been getting interest from all over the globe.  One segment of interest has been coming from the Service Oriented Analytics behavior that comes with the framework.  This behavior could be used to send analytics...
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