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April 16, 2018
Research is such an important part of the design process, and no one can attest to that fact more than Renee Reid. As senior UX design researcher at LinkedIn, the process of search and discovery is crucial to her work in helping connect professionals worldwide. Renee walked me through a typical day working with project managers, designers, and other researchers, and we touched on the increasing popularity of UX roles in the design industry. She also shared some of the goals she has for the year, and talks about what fuels her drive for success. Major props to Renee for blazing a trail and showing the next generation of designers they're not alone in this field! Renee Reid on LinkedIn Renee Reid on Twitter Help support Revision Path by becoming a monthly patron on Patreon! For just $5 per month, you’ll receive behind-the-scenes access to Revision Path, including special patron-only updates, early access to future episodes, and a lot more! Join today! We're on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Stitcher! Visit https://revisionpath.com/iTunes, https://revisionpath.com/spotify or https://revisionpath.com/stitcher, subscribe, and leave us a 5-star rating and a review! Thanks so much to all of you who have already rated and reviewed us! Revision Path is brought to you by Facebook Design, Glitch, Google Design, and MailChimp. Follow Revision Path on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!
April 15, 2018
Computers and Technology Call-in Webcast
April 14, 2018
(http://assets.podomatic.net/ts/ed/64/bb/hometech/0x0_12641391.jpg)Chris Nesi / @mrnesi joins Jim Collison / @jcollison and Mike Wieger / @WiegerTech for show #351 of Home Gadget Geeks brought to you by the Average Guy Network WANT TO SUBSCRIBE? http://theAverageGuy.tv/subscribe Join us for the show live each Thursday at 8pmC/9E/1UTC at http://theAverageGuy.tv/live Full show notes and video at http://theAverageGuy.tv/hgg351 Tags: Podcast, Home Gadget Geeks, Flipgrid, Padlet, Book Creator, Sway, Ed Tech, Chris Nesi
April 14, 2018
(http://assets.podomatic.net/ts/9d/8a/23/techwebcast/1400x1400_11368382.jpg)Hosts: Aldwyn Daryl &Jacob Please support our sponsors. Thanks to Vintuitive Web Development & Promotion for supporting the podcast. Visit the website to learn more about getting your business promoted online with Vintuitive. www.vintuitive.com Support Techwebcast www.patreon.com/Techwebcast follow us on twitter @techwebcast https://techcrunch.com/2018/04/11/google-is-about-to-launch-a-gmail-web-redesign/ https://www.zdnet.com/article/apples-macos-warning-new-alerts-tell-you-youre-running-incompatible-32-bit-apps/ https://flipboard.com/@flipboard/-deleteinstagram/f-35aea3d62d%2Ferickimphotography.com http://www.abc.net.au/news/science/2018-04-10/facebook-tool-check-if-cambridge-analytica-got-your-data/9639572 -TWC
April 13, 2018
Show Notes Android News LG investing resources in regular OS updates to their smartphones GCM Server being deprecated April 11, 2019. App News Play Movies will get more features to integrate providers into its streaming search service. Google Phone app gets beta program. Google Voice added wifi/data calling in new beta test. In Other News Democrats propose tough… Read More » The above... Episode 391 – Guru Visits the DMV appeared first on Android Buffet.
April 11, 2018
Dr. Bill takes a brief time out of his normal netcast schedule to rant about the publicity around the Facebook data issue. There is NO expectation of privacy on Facebook! Come on, guys! Links that pertain to this Netcast: TechPodcasts Network International Association of Internet Broadcasters Blubrry Network Dr. Bill Bailey.NET Start the Video Netcast in the Blubrry Video Player above by clicking on the “Play” Button in the center of the screen. (Click on the buttons below to Stream the Netcast in your “format of choice”) function openpopupvideoM4V() { windowhandle=window.open("", "newwin", "height=380, width=660, status=1, toolbar=0, resizable=0, scrollbars=0"); windowhandle.document.write('m4v Video Window'); windowhandle.document.write(''); } function openpopupvideoWebM() { windowhandle=window.open("", "newwin", "height=380, width=660, status=1, toolbar=0, resizable=0, scrollbars=0"); windowhandle.document.write('WebM Video Window'); windowhandle.document.write(''); } Download M4V Download WebM Download MP3 Download Ogg (Right-Click on any link above, and select “Save As…” to save the Netcast on your PC.) You may also watch the Dr. Bill.TV Show on these services!     The post Dr. Bill.TV #436 – Audio – “The Facebook Issue Rant Edition!” appeared first on Dr. Bill.TV | The Computer Curmudgeon.
April 9, 2018
Episode Tease All of us have some habit that is annoying, either to ourselves or to others. Some bite their nails, others crack their knuckles. Usually this is just a sign of stress or boredom, but for some with a mental health issue, it can be an indication of a problem. Unfortunately, most of us are completely unaware of when we are performing the action, as it happens outside of our consciousness. HabitAware has created a product, the HabitAware Keen, to keep track of these habits and ticks to help identify when a mental health issue becomes a problem. Worn on the wrist, like a traditional fitness band, the Keen uses some of the same sensors to watch behavior. Initially, you must train the device to know what behaviors to watch for, and how the wearer performs them. If your tick happens to be cracking your wrist, you would need to show the device the difference between that and writing with a pen. Once trained, Keen will vibrate when the action is detected again, alerting the wearer to the behavior. In the immediate future, the wearer will be reminded about the behavior, while in the long run, it will retrain the wearer not to perform the action at all. The Keen bracelet is available now priced from $149. Interview by Allante Sparks of PLuGHiTz Live Special Events. Sponsored by: Support our coverage by shopping Amazon here. Declare war on crappy earbuds and treat yourself to a better headphone experience with new Monster headphones. Participants Allante Sparks - Special Correspondent Interview Powered by: Amazon Prime
April 9, 2018
Episode Tease There are a lot of contenders in the smarthome space, but one of the more established brands is Fibaro. The brand is a member of the Z-Wave Alliance, which means that their devices can work with other Z-Wave technologies. This year, the company is showing off upgraded models of their modules, which now support Apple HomeKit. Fibaro is far from the first to support HomeKit, but the company takes a slightly different approach to smarthome, though, with product designs that are a bit more whimsical that your standard white boxes. Take, for example, the Wall Plug. It features the traditional remote switch with the addition of energy monitoring and a USB port. The design differentiator, though, is that the device comes with a glowing ring around the outside. This ring, while making the product look very different, it also gives you an idea as to how much power the plug is using. Another example of the whimsical design is The Button. It does what you would expect - gives you the ability to create a panic scenario or a scene changer. In fact, there are 6 modes to the button: single through 5 press, as well as long-press. Again, the differentiator here is the very unique design. This small device comes in a variety of colors, some being very primary and bright. They are definitely not designed to blend into the room they are in. The Wall Plug is available for $59, The Button is available for around $49, depending on the color, and additional Fibaro smarthome products are available for varying prices. Interview by Allante Sparks of PLuGHiTz Live Special Events. Sponsored by: Support our coverage by shopping Amazon here. Declare war on crappy earbuds and treat yourself to a better headphone experience with new Monster headphones. Participants Allante Sparks - Special Correspondent Interview Powered by: Amazon Prime
April 9, 2018
Episode Tease The importance of good sleep cannot be overstated. Without enough rest, the mind gets distracted, and you can be completely unproductive. With a continued lack of sleep, permanent damage can be done to your body and your mind. Sleepace has a solution to continued poor sleep: The Dream Life system. The first product in the Dream Life system is the RestOn smart sleep monitor. Unlike most sleep trackers, this one is not worn on your wrist but instead runs the width of your bed under the sheets. This method makes it far more convenient, as you'll never have to charge it, since it can stay plugged in. RestOn is not the first of its kind, but it does offer a very nice unique feature: smart start. You don't need to launch the app and let it know you're going to bed; instead, it recognizes the behavior and starts on its own. Another interesting product is the Nox Smart Sleep Light. This light can be set to specific colors for night and morning, can be paired with other sensors to make decisions or can mimic the natural light outdoors. The outdoor syncing means that as the sun sets, the room can go from bright to orange to red; as the sun rises, it reverses this pattern. Using Nox as part of an "alarm clock" system, you can wake up more calmly in a natural manner. Another entry in the family is the Nox Aroma device. This product combines all of the great features of the Nox Smart Sleep Light with additional aromatherapy capabilities. This means that you can fall asleep to light and scent that is relaxing, or use light and scent to wake up, rather than a loud alarm. The RestOn Z200 smart sleep monitor is available now for $149 and the Nox Smart Sleep Light is available for $149. The Nox Aroma will be available soon, as well as an upgrade to the RestOn, the Z400T. Interview by Scott Ertz of F5 Live: Refreshing Technology. Sponsored by: Support our coverage by shopping Amazon here. Declare war on crappy earbuds and treat yourself to a better headphone experience with new Monster headphones. Participants Scott Ertz - Host Interview Powered by: Amazon Prime
April 9, 2018
When I was a kid growing up in rural Alabama, magazines were my gateway to the world. But these days, Internet and social media have become that gateway, so where does that leave magazines for kids? My search led me to Shannon Boone, creative director for Sesi Magazine, a quarterly print magazine dedicated to celebrating Black teen girls. We talked about how Shannon first got involved at Sesi, and from there we talked about how she helps put Sesi together, how she became interested in magazine design, and what inspired her to continue in design after a number of setbacks. I really love how Shannon's positive attitude and outlook on her career, and I think she brings that to every issue of Sesi as well! Shannon Boone's Website Shannon Boone on Instagram Shannon Boone on Twitter Shannon Boone on Behance Shannon Boone on Dribbble It's survey time! Take our annual audience survey at revisionpath.com/survey, and one lucky recipient will be placed in a drawing to win a $500 Amazon.com gift card! Survey ends on April 30 at midnight ET! Help support Revision Path by becoming a monthly patron on Patreon! For just $5 per month, you’ll receive behind-the-scenes access to Revision Path, including special patron-only updates, early access to future episodes, and a lot more! Join today! We're on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Stitcher! Visit https://revisionpath.com/iTunes, https://revisionpath.com/spotify or https://revisionpath.com/stitcher, subscribe, and leave us a 5-star rating and a review! Thanks so much to all of you who have already rated and reviewed us! Revision Path is brought to you by Facebook Design, Glitch, Google Design, and MailChimp. Follow Revision Path on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!
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