Fun with YouTube Subtitles

I had a bit of unexpected fun yesterday. One of the things (on my long list of things) to explore this summer is closed captioning (subtitling/transcribing) videos and getting a manageable workflow going. As we begin

Transition of a Space

This is a follow-on from my last post. Some of us DTLT folks got another chance to see the progress of the ITCC (if you don’t know what that stands for, read more of my blog).

Imagining a Space

Imagine the possibilities. My mind is preoccupied with what the Information and Technology Convergence Center (ITCC) will do. I have to think of the possibilities of individual rooms, as well as how those rooms fit into

DTLT Tomorrow

One of the initiatives that I am currently working on here at UMW is something called the Digital Media Commons Initiative. Part of the purpose of that program is to get people up to speed with

Let’s Un-F*** Up Our Internet

UPDATE: We Un F’d-up the Internet! Lately it’s been knee-jerk to Tweet an article that we recommend to our followers to read. I do it with articles, videos and funny pictures all the time. A long

Believe What You Want To

The boys made snow cream today – http://t.co/Rrxaz5j4Py pic.twitter.com/qX0GXe96WR — Andy Rush (@rushaw) January 22, 2014 This post comes courtesy of a confluence of several items that have come across my network streams. Let me first list

Announcing MediaCore

I am happy to finally be able to announce that the University of Mary Washington has partnered with MediaCore to run a pilot installation of their media platform. MediaCore will mean many things to many people, but

The ITCC Story So Far

Today is the start of the Spring 2014 Semester at the University of Mary Washington. From the window of our office in DTLT we can see the students beginning yet another chapter in their academic career.

New Year 2014

Happy New Year one and all! I don’t know what it is, but 2014 is one of those years that sounds special for some reason. I can’t put my finger on it. I was finally able

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I just finished watching the documentary Room 237. This is not a review of the film, but I found it interesting enough to watch. It probably is something you should see if you’re a fan of