July 31st, 2014
Episode 353 of 424 episodes
On this week's Byte: Guests: VJ Sean Healy (aka Jean Poole) joins the team to inter-app video routing protocols and VJing/online video in the age of ubiquitous computing and high-speed broadband. News: The Australian Government has released its Open Data Toolkit, giving the public the opportunity to use the data in exciting ways. Federal Attorney-General George Brandis has released the Government's Online Copyright Infringement discussion paper - submit your view! The Canadian Government has ordered Google to remove certain search results worldwide, not just at Google.ca. In Spain, the government has decided that the Spanish News Publishers' Association should be able to charge a fee every time their content is shared on social media. Lighter News: Prints of Grace Hopper (the mathematician who coined the term "computer bug" has doubled its requested funding on IndieGoGo. Wanna make a Game Boy out of a Raspberry Pi? Here's how! Dan wraps up Glitchmark's UnConference. Events and Opportunities: Glitchmark are holding GameArt Exhibition Melbourne at E55, 55 Elizabeth Street Melbourne, August 5 - September 1. Presented by Lachlan Simpson, James Noble, Dan Golding and Cassie Wright. Keep up with all things Byte on Twitter, Facebook, and G+ - see you next week!
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