Matt O'Connell | Feb 23, 2012
Welcome to the 23rd day of February! Let’s make the most of it, huh? You can get started by checking out any of these super cool events:
Outdoorama caters to the hunters, fishers, hikers, boaters and bird watchers of the world with an expo and some neat attractions set up in Novi, MI.
Over in Minnesota they’re carrying on the social media mission with Creating a Social Media Plan, which helps businesses in the publishing industry get their message across to the masses in the modern world.
Cloud Computing actions, strategies and solutions will be tackled at the Cloud Computing Forum in Australia over the next couple of days.
Car buffs in the heartland have a destination in Dayton today with the 2012 Dayton Auto Show, which showcases all the newest models.
Since tablet devices exploded on the tech scene, they’ve skyrocketed in popularity and in sales. OMMA Tablet Revolution in New York will offer folks in the tablet industry case studies and demonstrations to help them engage this rapidly growing market.
We first read about these Google Heads-Up Display Glasses a while ago, and I think I mentioned something about how the concept is eerily futuristic. Mashable is reporting that these things are on their way imminently, and I have to admit that I’m a little bit frightened about it.
Wired offered an interesting article about the gray area that is performance capture. It’s not entirely animation or entirely human, so if an award is to be given out, what category should it be in at the Oscars? An interesting quandary… for those who care.
More coming tomorrow, including some gabbing about the upcoming Oscars ceremony!
Filed Under: Technology Conferences
About the Author: Matt hails from Boston and has a background in Film and Writing. As weather phenomena go, he prefers earthquakes to Nor'easters these days, so he's currently residing in the East Bay. He produced a feature film called "Night Sounds" after graduating from Emerson College, which premiered at a film festival in Massachusetts. Matt continues to write screenplays and work in the film community, while working as a freelance copywriter, editor, and part-time member of the Hound.