TurboTech: A Humorous Look At 2011 Technology Trends In Review
It’s not many people who have the opportunity to be able to say that they’ve worked with a true broadcasting professional like Scott Laningham.
It’s even less people who would take the opportunity to actually come clean and admit to having done so, especially on more than one occasion.
Because I’m neither a true professional nor someone who likes to allow the skeletons in his closet to begin to accumulate, instead of facing as many of them as I can take head on like some egregious out-of-control episode of “Walking Dead,” or, worse, a full-on “Angry Birds” like assault come to life (but only if it’s the ad-supported version, as we’re too cheap to actually buy a copy), it is with great pleasure that I feature for you my readers the latest episode of “TurboTech,” another fine example supporting the postulation by Gartner and others that broadband video is here to stay…even if Scott and I are not destined to be ourselves.
The following is video documentary evidence of what happens when nature cannot simply abhor a vacuum, but instead must attempt to fill it with technology forecasting tripe at the end of another grand year of massive technological disruption. In our case, the year 2011, which was filled with much technological wonder and wonderment, not the least of which included fabric-based computing.
It shall also not go unnoticed by somewhat regular (assuming there are any of you) viewers that Scott continues to look and sound much, much better than me in these episodes, indicating once again that Scott continues to have better technology than me.
This, too, must change.
Written by turbotodd
December 28, 2011 at 12:29 am
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