1. Esri’s Geotrigger Service Explained

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    Matt Ball spoke with Amber Case, director of Esri's R&D Center in Portland at the Local Data Summit in Denver on Feb. 25, 2014. The conversation ranges from accessible geospatial technology, the ubiquity of mobile devices, and the connections that are made with location awareness and location-based alerts.

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    • Spotlight Series: Brian Cogan Part 4

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      3 down and 3 to go with our Spotlight Series with Dr. Brian Cogan! In our latest edition, Dr. Cogan gives us an inside look into his Understanding Television class by discussing today's television industry, binge watching series', the TV everywhere model, TV on mobile devices, and much more!

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      • Why You need GetMobi

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        See how GetMobi Works .GetMobi provides the business owner with a quick and easy solution to get a mobile website for their business. It allows business to connect, convert and grow their business with mobile. getMobi is the perfect mobile website builder that provides lightweight, adaptive sites optimized for 14,000+ devices. Create, publish and market mobile sites with getMobi today.

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        • How big is the Cloud Computing Market?

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          Mike Shepherd's perspective on the cloud computing market in 2013.

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          • Moki SDK

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            This video provides a brief overview of some of the features of the Moki SDK and what it can do when implemented in an app. A more robust feature demonstration can be acquired by asking a Moki sales representative.

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            • MT1/4 (2014)

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              A short observational film on liminality and the non-places of global capitalism. The visual stuttering of the work is a deliberate artefact of the film-making process, individual sequences having been decomposed into individual frames which were then re-assembled in random order to produce an amnesiac present. Shot on location in Galway city, the work was conceived partly in order to be viewed on tablet and smartphone devices. http://www.aspatrickson.net/mt14.html

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              • Tablet Art - English

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                Tablet Art is a service provided by Lunatica to publish documents and content on mobile devices such as iPad or Android Tablets.

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                • Univision 14 Mobile Devices 2013

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                  This :15 commercial spot was created to promote Univision 14's new mobile-enabled website. The spot introduces the website as it would appear when viewed on a mobile device and highlights several of its key features, while reminding the viewer to stay connected with Univision wherever they are. Wrote the script, produced, edited, designed and animated all visuals for this spot. Additionally, also performed the announcer voice over and sound editing/mixing for the spot. Created using the Adobe Creative Suite 6 (CS6) tool set, including Photoshop (processing of website screen captures), After Effects (motion graphics and animation), Illustrator (icons and mobile device mockup) and Audition (voiceover, sound effects and music mixing)

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                  • The Mobile Revolution and Libraries An Overview

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                    Libraries are striving to respond in thoughtful, efficient ways to the use of personal portable devices in physical libraries as well as providing access to library content, services, and systems for customers on the go in various locations. The mobile revolution demands active discussion, earnest thought, thoughtful play, careful but accelerated planning, and determined action by libraries. This webinar archive is presented by Lori Bell and Thomas A. Peters from September 27, 2012. This material is taken from an Infopeople webinar. Infopeople [infopeople.org] is supported by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian. Infopeople materials are covered by a Creative Commons 4.0 Non-commercial Share Alike license. Any use of this material should credit the funding source.

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                    • Rolodex Mobile Device Stand

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                      Compatible with most tablet computers, smartphones, and e-readers in either landscape or portrait view Intuitive design provides easily adjustable positions so you can always have the perfect viewing angle Practical features allow easy access to device buttons and charging ports Compact and collapsible for convenient portability and storage Non-skid feet and durable mesh design ensure device stability

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