November 29th, 2012
Episode 290 of 424 episodes
On this week's Byte: Interviews: · Scott Brewer from Art Processors, developers of the “I, Animal” Melbourne Zoo interactive night tour which was created with the use of theatre and the iPod Touch, and is inspiring new ideas about conservation; · Pat Blampied, who modified a 1989 Macintosh Portable to allow it to run OSX Lion, have battery life and even connect to wi-fi, a painstaking two year process; and · Dan Golding, resident game reviewer, who chats about the #1reasonwhy trend on twitter (about the lack of female representation in the gaming industry) and also gives his review of Assassin's Creed 3. Our presenters also discuss: The FWD12 Digital Campaigning conference is happening in Melbourne this week - we receive a quick update from Georgia after Day #1 (follow #FWD2012 on Twitter for updates) Facebook users pasting status updates about privacy/copyright are really not achieving much, it appears Projecteo: a fun lil’ project for putting your Instagram pics on film and re-creating slide nights The implications of the Google play store requiring consumers to use a Google+ account in order to post reviews. Presented by Georgia Webster, Warren Davies and Kent Humphries
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