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Software MacKiev has fulfilled the dreams of users around the world with the announcement that Roger Wagner and HyperStudio 5 have returned to the Mac and PC after a long hiatus. HyperStudio was one of the most popular software titles ever created, especially in the education arena, with millions of users around the world. In use from the Louvre to a classroom near you, the rebirth of HyperStudio is a huge deal to the legions of "HyperHeads" around the world! Recorded at the NECC Conference in Atlanta, June 2007 by Harris Fogel. Posted 9/18/2007 (10:44)

Filemaker's flagship database application has just had a major update and in this extended conversation with Andrew Lecates of Filemaker, we discuss the new features of Filemaker Pro 9. Filemaker Pro has an especially strong following in education, and in this interview, we get into detail about how best to take advantage of the new feature set. If you are interested in the power and analysis offered by a well designed database, then listen in! Recorded at the NECC Conference in Atlanta, June 2007 by Harris Fogel. Posted 9/18/2007 (21:22)

During the NECC Conference in Atlanta, I sat down with ISTE's Deputy CEO, Leslie S. Conery to discuss what ISTE is, who should attend the NECC conference, and the impact of technology in the classroom and from the No Children Left Behind act on the educational environment that teachers, students, and parents must grapple with. If you are interested in the intersection of technology and teaching, then listen in! Recorded at the NECC Conference in Atlanta, June 2007 by Harris Fogel. Posted 9/13/2007 (17:41)

I love movies, and I think they're great to watch. I also love acting in movies, and directing is fun, too. But would you ever want to run the studio? Feral Interactive has brought us The Movies, where you can create and run your own movie studio, starting when movies where first invented.

Thomas Fogel, Posted 9/09/2007

Control. Sometimes just the mere mention of that word can send certain people into a haze. But deep down inside, everybody wants it. Aspyr Media's new release of The Sims Life Stories gives you control of the fate of two people: Riley and Vince.

Thomas Fogel, Posted 8/28/2007

I have a question. For those reading this who are geeks: Did you ever want to be the commander of the Rebel fleet or the Death Star in Star Wars? And if you answered yes, which one would you rather command? Well, that fantasy comes to life in Aspyr Media's new game, Star Wars: Empire at War.

Thomas Fogel, Posted 8/28/2007 

Editor of the Photo-Eye Booklist, Darius Himes eats, sleeps, and breathes photography books. In this interview we discuss photo books, publishing, and more! If you are interested in photography, publishing your own work, or collecting the work of others, then listen in! Recorded at the Photo Lucida Conference in Portland, Oregon in April 2007 by Harris Fogel. Posted 8/27/2007 (22:16)

Editor and Founder of LensWork Magazine, Brooks Jensen created one of the leading publications for fine-art photography. In this interview we discuss photo books, magazine publishing, and LensWorks transition to digital media and podcasting! If you are interested in photography then listen in! Recorded at the Photo Lucida Conference in Portland, Oregon in April 2007 by Harris Fogel. Posted 8/27/2007 (34:53)

During the NECC Conference in Atlanta, Adora Svitak teamed with actor James Earl Jones to create a modern retelling of a fairy tale using input from the audience. A writing prodigy, she authored Flying Fingers: Master the Tools of Learning Through the Joy of Writing at the age of 7! Adora was joined by the Verizon Foundation's Michelle Robinson, who explains what their Thinkfinity site is, and how it benefits educators throughout the country. If you are interested in the intersection of technology and teaching, then listen in! Recorded at the NECC Conference in Atlanta, June 2007 by Harris Fogel. Posted 8/15/2007 (6:28)

With the introduction of the first digital cameras two problems were quickly evident, the first was noise and artifacts in low light levels, and the second was the limited dynamic range. In order to tackle the problem of dynamic range Fuji took a new approach with their new FinePix S5 Pro DSLR, utilizing a sensor within a sensor to increase the dynamic range. In this interview with Fuji Film's Darin Pepple, we learn how they did this and more! Recorded at the Photo Marketing Association Conference in Las Vegas, in March 2007 by Harris Fogel. Posted 8/14/2007 (10:28)

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