I came across an article at Huffington Post today indicating that despite opposing the White House’s “muslim ban” in federal court, Google, Facebook and Amazon continue to buy advertising from Breitbart.com. Joshua Clark Davis, the author of the HufPo article described Breitbart as “a sexist, racist, homophobic, and anti-Muslim website that enthusiastically promotes fake news and the white […]
Providence Business News 1/9/2016: Workforce shifting with speed, variety of services Providence Business News featured Full Channel in a piece on the trend toward streaming video and “TV Everywhere.”
Providence Business News 3/4/2015: Full Channel Labs says it supports net neutrality after FCC vote Providence Business News’ Web editor Lori Stabile published a story detailing on how Full Channel is bucking the trend of ISP dissent for the FCC’s new net neutrality rules.
Providence Business News 1/12/2015: TV access meets mobile demand Providence Business News’ Patricia Daddona published a story detailing TV Everywhere efforts by local TV providers. We discussed how Full Channel is in many ways leading the pack with multi-screen, on-demand viewing.
The Santa Barbara Bar Association used my “Drone over Shoreline Park” photo on the cover of its September 2014 magazine. This photo was released under a Creative Commons License (CC BY-SA 4.0).
Santa Barbara Edhat 10/21/2014: Drones over Shoreline Local Santa Barbara news site Edhat picked up a short story about my recent unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) quadcopter photos. As you can see from the comments, people have their concerns about the integration of drones into the airspace!
Stories about quadcopters, drones and other unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are in the news nearly every day. While the horrors of war, invasions of privacy, daring wilderness rescues and Amazon.com package deliveries make the most sensational headlines, the game-changing role of unmanned aircraft for individuals and small businesses may be the most exciting prospect for […]
Santa Barbara Edhat 4/26/2014: People-to-People Cuba travel Local Santa Barbara news site Edhat picked featured my Cuba photo gallery in its weekend travel section.
Viodi 4/23/2014: Green cable Although I couldn’t make it to the 2013 National Cable Television Cooperative’s Independent Show in San Diego, Ken Pyle from Viodi stopped by to speak with me in Santa Barbara on his way to the conference. We discussed Full Channel’s wind power initiative called GreenLink. Watch our discussion on GreenLink.
In February 2014, Daniela and I traveled to Cuba as part of a “people-to-people” exchange program through Insight Cuba. Under the current travel restrictions imposed by the U.S. government, U.S. citizens may only travel to Cuba for a limited number reasons. Insight Cuba and other tour operators are licensed by the United States Department of […]