“Technologies aren’t things that are binary. You don’t procure them. They’re living systems and you have to have people who look after them and develop them iteratively and change and grow with them and you need those skills in the heart of government.”—
After today’s apple event, I am somehow most excited about being able to share projects between iPhoto on iOS and OS X, and the ability to collaboratively edit iWork documents with others a la google docs. Let’s see if these feature are up to snuff.
Q: Can you imagine yourself going down with just a cameraman and sound man and half a dozen people and shooting a film?
Kubrick: Sure I can. In fact, any contemporary story is best done just that way. The only time you need vast amounts of money and a huge crew is when you require complex special effects, as in 2001, or big battle or crowd scenes, as in the Napoleon film. But if you’re just dealing with a story set in modern times, then you could do it very easily with both limited funds and a limited crew.
“This is an experiment. Not everyone is going to understand it or care for it. The calls would happen with or without the newsletter, but putting experiments like this out there is something every “creative” must do. It’s the only way we learn.”—The Unrecorded Podcast — CJ Chilvers
Last week I came across the term “learning engineer” for the first time. Putting those two words together certainly sounded interesting, so I went to google to try to find more information about how people are using this term of art. Based on google, it…