The Portable Consultant

ECM infrastructure architecture… and unrelated matters.

Archive for the 'Multimedia' Category

ThePortableConsultant’s increasing portablility

by @ Friday, June 6th, 2008. Filed under Emerging, Multimedia, Open Source, Reviews

The Portable Consultant has noticed that the few posts he once did about the Lexar Lightning and its portable USB applications are the most popular hits on his blog site, almost all of which come via Google. So it is with great shame that I must confess to being remiss in not informing both my […]

Lamy-Rousseau and Chris Pirillo

by @ Wednesday, May 30th, 2007. Filed under Grumbles, Multimedia, podcasting

library science, past and present Many, many, moons ago The Portable Consultant was involved in the classification of audio-visual materials for a university library. I recall that the classification scheme in favour at the time was a modified Lamy-Rousseau which attempted to bring uniformity to a library’s A/V collections. One of the issues I had […]

DRM days numbered

by @ Wednesday, February 7th, 2007. Filed under Multimedia, New Media, New Paradigms

Steve Jobs’ already famous Thoughts on Music probably marks the end of DRM. Certainly it will take time, but when a major force like Apple iTunes’ boss suggests that the world would be better off without DRM you can be sure they are also working behind the scenes to promote this vision. The statistics on the […]

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