Gillmor Gang: Who’s On First

On this edition of the Gillmor Gang, Brent Leary shows off his new wireless adaptor for his live streaming reference. The result is a captivating access of his console because he switches between closeups and moreover incoming feed from the other outdoor Gang, all captured using widescreen cinematic view. The underlying message is that live realtime video production has become handy to virtually anyone mainly because streaming becomes ubiquitous at a so-called citizen level.

Trailblazers like Brent and his CRMPlayaz partner using crime Paul Greenberg seem to be way out on the bleeding frame of this stuff; now we will seeing something similar to what’s element of in the creator boom. E-zines are becoming a baked wearing feature of the major public platforms, as is live voice recording streaming a la Clubhouse while Twitter Spaces. This week, Salesforce announced its Salesforce+ live-stream network, and celebrated its finishing of the Slack acquisition in several new enterprise operates on live audio (Huddles) and cross-company collaboration end result Slack Connect.

Roll this up with firstly wave of work from whereever efforts to get back to primary and the office, streaming increasingly being a service may be a key capability of the ongoing hybrid strategy to fighting off the pandemic. Typically the political struggle with vaccinations & masking seems destined in the future. How the tech community behaves should be a more hopeful signing of progress. At the authority level, Disney and Scarlett Johannson are trading personal injury lawsuit threats as month-old home contracts are ripped up. Newsletter deals are chasing this dwindling population of punch authors as the New York Memories puts most of their star-driven publications behind the paywall. The more things transform, the better familiar they seem.

Even the Gang news letter sports a link to Om Malik’s post on Nam 06 Paik, the experimental media player pioneer. I was his TA at California Institute with this Arts, and “borrowed” former associate Abe’s 3 Nintendo black and white portapacks to show a Firesign Theatre composing session. Civilization ho.

via the Gillmor Gang Newsletter


The Gillmor Gang — Frank Radice, Michael Markman, Keith Teare, Denis Pombriant, Brent Leary and Steve Gillmor. Recorded live Friday, July 23, 2021.

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