Film, Pixel, Point

Armughan Ahmad - Dell EMC

Some 20 years ago, on a film called “Happy Texas,” I had a problem the night before shooting. The following is a guest post from Glenn Gainor, President and Director Innovation Studios, Sony Entertainment & Technology.

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Stretchable Gold Film for Electronics

CTOvision

By Kimberly Kelly Stretchable Gold Film. While researchers from all over the world have been working with different kinds of stretchable conductors, it was the University of Michigan that first came up with a solution to the elastic conductor problem, a stretchable gold film.

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Leadership and Films that Make Change

Women on Business

to take time to rethink women’s roles in film. In my research for “ GUTSY: How Women Leaders Make Change ” I have been honored to meet, through books and film, the types of females I offer to the younger generation as role models. Her 2005 film “ WATER ” is an experience I promise you will never forget. I offer a “GUTSY AWARD” to writer and director Deepa Mehta who had to withstand the ire of Hindu fundamentalists attempting to stop the production of the film.

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Protecting a Story’s Future with History and Science

Netflix TechBlog

This year they celebrated 40 years of marriage, so both photos were shot on film. By reaching beyond film and television art and into the realms of history and science, we’ve been working on solving this issue for Netflix projects. Some remastered films are missing entire scenes.

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Just Released: A New “Near Future” Film Takes a Look at How Innovation Will Affect the Way You Work

CableLabs

Titled The Near Future: Diverse Thinkers Wanted , this short film explores the aspect of life that takes up most of our time and energy: work. The film’s narrative is centered on Nikki, an ambitious go-getter who’s about to deliver an important presentation.

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A preview of 2030 media content creation

DXC

Analytics Cloud Technology, Media & Entertainment, Telecommunications content film storytellingGreat stories have always been popular, but today’s demand for engaging, original content is unprecedented.

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Taking the Fear Factor Out of AI

Armughan Ahmad - Dell EMC

For decades, films like Space Odyssey, War Games, Terminator and The Matrix have depicted the future and what it would be like if artificial intelligence (AI) took over the world.

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Leadership Inspirations – Defeat is Only a State of Mind

Strategy Driven

StrategyDriven effective executives, efficient employees Home About The StrategyDriven Organization Our Company Our Contributors Karen K. Juliano Howard T. Dickens Jr. Lucas D. Ives Sharon Drew Morgen Hank Moore Jamie P.

Why Security and IT Ops must team up in 2019

TechBeacon

Neil Simon's play and film The Odd Couple hinged on two characters, Oscar and Felix, who had entirely different priorities but found themselves living together—and creating frustration for each other. Security, Information Security, IT Operations, Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), Information Security (Info Sec

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The Last Jedi and Suspension of Disbelief

Scott Berkun

[There’s no askberkun post today – hope you enjoy this timely essay on films and expectations. We love or hate films based on what we expect of them. Two decades and ten films into the world of Star Wars I find my expectations hard to manage.

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Why architecture should emerge?

Scrum.org

It is an American drama science fiction film. The entire film is set in and around Oldman's house during his farewell party and is composed almost entirely of dialogue. Did anyone saw the movie The Man from Earth ?

Barriers to effective insider threat monitoring

CTOvision

read like something out of an action film. Read Michael Daly’s article about the barriers companies face while monitoring insider threat on FCW : The August headlines surrounding General Electric Co. An engineer accused of stealing intellectual property was arrested, and the FBI is investigating whether the theft compromised any of the company’s trade secrets. Unfortunately, […]. Cyber Security News

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How IBM’s Corporate Culture Evolved: Work Songs, Muppets, and AI

The New Stack

In 2010 Technologizer, the site founded by Fast Company editor Harry McCracken, remembered how back in 1966, IBM hired Jim Henson to produce a series of humorous short in-house films for their sales staff.

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The Near Future. Diverse Thinkers Wanted: 10 Fun Facts

CableLabs

This week, at our Summer Conference , we released a short film titled The Near Future. Here are ten fun facts about our film: The autonomous cars in the film appear to have no steering wheel. The café in the film does not exist.

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Andre LeBlank on Artificial Intelligence and the future

CTOvision

7 Things A Master Sushi Chef Can Teach Us About Leadership

Terry Starbucker

But as I watched more closely as the film traced the origins of his success and his methods to keep the restaurant at at 3-star level, there were many valuable leadership lessons revealed that are well worth sharing here (but I would recommend that you rent the film too).

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Can You Be Happy If You Are Clueless?

N2Growth Blog

This thought sums up the theme of Marguerite , the French film is inspired by the life of 20th century American socialite Florence Foster Jenkins. Note: Meryl Streep stars in the title role of the film, Florence Foster Jenkins , which is based more closely on Jenkins’s life.].

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Mindful Mondays Video: Two Minutes That Will Make You Feel More Relaxed

Next Level Blog

I was lucky enough to take an anniversary trip to Pebble Beach this past weekend and took a couple of minutes to film the waves lapping against the beach so I could share them with you.

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A List of Things It Took Me Fifty Years to Learn

Next Level Blog

When I think of 50th birthdays, I think of those films you see sometimes about the 50th birthday of Disneyland. Today is my 50th birthday. It’s a little strange to write that down. You know the ones. Please click the headline to read the whole story. Personal Presence Random observations

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How Atlassian Built A $20 Billion Business

Battery Ventures

In this video, filmed at Battery Ventures’ 2018 Leadership Summit, Atlassian President Jay Simons talks about sales, product and culture with Battery General Partner Roger Lee. There are plenty of tried-and-true strategies for software companies seeking to scale their businesses.

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Error'd: This Movie is Rated S for Safe for SQL

The Daily WTF

"Clearly the Light Cinema decided to ban unsafe sql characters from the cinema," wrote Simon , "Let's hope no one makes a film called 'Drop Table' " .

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The Future of Extended Reality

CableLabs

The Boulder International Film Festival (BIFF) has become one of the most influential and innovative film festivals in the United States. XR can be compared with the sophistication of the first film 120 years ago, when an edit had not yet been conceived, much less the use of different camera angles. It might seem strange that CableLabs, a core technology company, was invited to participate in the festival’s creative conversations about the future of narrative media.

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Reinventing Vermeer

N2Growth Blog

The film chronicles Jenison’s discovery of a technique Vermeer may have used to create his photo-realistic paintings prior to the invention of photography. That Jenison is not an artist may surprise film audiences. By Brian Layer , Chair, Organizational Development, N2growth.

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How does Scrum help you realize the value of failure?

Scrum.org

But I believe even the film changed about graphic, with fancy effect or anyhow better. Have you ever wondered about: what is the Value of Success? This question is not easy to answer, and everyone will have a different answer.

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Best of…: 2018: JavaScript Centipede

The Daily WTF

Starting with the film Saw , in 2004, the “ torture porn” genre started to seep into the horror market. This aside into film critique is because Greg found the case of a “JavaScript Centipede”: the refuse from one block of code becomes the input to the next block. Like a Human Centipede film, you’re best off just being disgusted at the concept on display. As we wind up for the new year, it's time to take stock and look back at some of our best articles for the year.

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Women Leadership and Reshaping

Women on Business

There is a scene in the film “The Prize Winner of Defiance Ohio” starring Julianne Moore and Woody Harrelson that struck me like a bolt of lightning. They are the parents of ten children just living their lives in a small town. She is a housewife and he is a machinist. The era is the

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The Climb: Securing the Hybrid Enterprise

Firemon

A crowd gathers to watch Christian, trying to figure out what is being filmed. GB-Films ( [link] ) is a Bay Area creative and production company that works with organizations to help them tell compelling stories with excitement and meaning.

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Five Questions in Five Minutes with the CEO of Clubessential

Battery Ventures

So many life and leadership lessons are brought to vivid color in a two-hour inspiring film. I used this Latin phrase, for seize the day, as my personalized vehicle license plate for a few years after first watching this film. Portfolio Spotlight: Randy Eckels, CEO of Clubessential*.

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Physical and Digital Tools for Scrum Masters and their Teams

Scrum.org

Roll of static whiteboard film. It's a roll of static film you can throw against almost any surface and it acts as an impromptu whiteboard. 3M offers similar products, their magnetic whiteboard film is somewhat of a hybrid between the static film and the adhesive whiteboard.

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Fiber Infrastructure Helping Companies Up Their Game in the Rapidly Evolving Industry

Zayo

In fact, the gaming industry surpassed the film industry in revenue last year, bringing in over $43 billion US dollars and is expected to be worth over $90 billion US dollars by 2020.

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Off-The-Shelf Hacker: Use Load Cells to Measure Mechanical Forces

The New Stack

They are made up of high-precision film resistive elements that are meticulously glued to the mechanical load element and deform as force is applied. Industry has long used thin-film strain gauges to measure deflection, torsion, compression and expansion in materials, particularly metal.

Netflix Studio Hack Day?—?May 2019

Netflix TechBlog

By Guy Cirino and Carenina Garcia Motion TerraVision [link] TerraVision re-envisions the creative process and revolutionizes the way our filmmakers can search and discover filming locations. Netflix Studio Hack Day ?—?May

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How Space Enthusiasts Used Data to Recreate Apollo 11

The New Stack

“Apollo 11 in Real-Time” promises every moment of the entire mission to the moon by pulling together and carefully synchronizing a vast treasure trove of authentic multimedia, including: All the film footage from NASA’s Mission Control. I remember July 20, 1969.

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Do Communities of Practice Work? 7 Tips to Start it in Your Company

Evolution4all

In San Francisco, a group of media tech enthusiasts and professionals come together at least twice a month to talk about all things related to film production, AR and VR. Do Communities of Practice Work? The concept of communities of practice has been around for a long time already.

How to use AR and VR in education industry?

OTS Solutions

It is used in various forms of entertainment from video games to films. How to use AR and VR in education industry?

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Free datasets for testing database engines

Codediesel

The Sakila sample database is designed to represent a DVD rental store and borrows film and actor names from the Dell sample database.

More Than Code: Our 2019 Cross-Disciplinary Hackathon

Praxent

Inspired by the game-changing impact of CGI (computer-generated imagery) on the film industry, Nick Comito’s team devoted their Hackathon project to exploring the potential of CGI in developing digital products and websites with a competitive edge. We’re redefining “Hackathon.”

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