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America is turning against facial-recognition software
Sometimes scepticism about technology comes from the cops. Earlier this year the Washington Post reported that many small police departments were abandoning body-worn-camera programmes because of the cost. Although the cameras are cheap, officers can generate 15 gigabytes of video per shift; storage costs mount. Police unions often oppose body-worn cameras, fearing they imperil their members by giving superior officers licence to search them for punishable behaviour. Other officers complain about the amount of time required to review and redact footage in response to public-information requests. They also seem not to work. A study from George Mason University released in March found that body-worn cameras had no “statistically significant or consistent effects” on people’s views on police, or on police or civilian behaviour.
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8 weeks ago by cote
Elf (2003) Smiling's My Favorite (HD) - YouTube
"Make work your favorite. That’s your favorite, OK?"
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february 2015 by cote
Admiral Ackbar - "It's A Trap!" - YouTube
@phuff @sogrady @dberkholz no shame. Like all calendar logic, the use of "bi" and "semi" is a trap
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january 2015 by cote
DockerCon EU Panel: The Future of Micro services - YouTube
I was lucky to be invited to be on a panel during DockerCon last month. It was fun! The video is up. It was a nice panel, talking about the changing nature of how software is delivered from the infrastructure layer, all the way up to the “culture” layer. You can check me out in full hobo resplendor and holding an invisible box of Lego bricks. Don’t fret: I got a haircut soon after.
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january 2015 by cote
Shimmer Floor Wax | Saturday Night Live - Yahoo Screen
I made reference to this during a webinar today which left some baffled. I’d forgotten the origin of the term. As always: 70s SNL skits!
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december 2014 by cote
Maybe you can do spreadsheets on your Fire phone - Software Defined Talk #018 - YouTube
The video recording of this week’s Software Defined Talk, right there. If you prefer audio (I do!) check out the official show-notes.
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december 2014 by cote
Opportunities for Service Providers and DevOps - YouTube
We did a passel of videos at our recent HCTS conference. Here’s one I did with Scott Ottaway about opportunities for service providers in cloud and developer. See the others as they’re posted in YouTube.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  videos  451Research  Scott  Ottaway  serviceproviders  cloud  developers  tumblr:video  video 
november 2014 by cote
vt.tumblr.com
As seen from outside the window of an empty conference room at the downtown Renaissance hotel.
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november 2014 by cote
451 Webinar: Demystifying Docker Orchestration by Michael Coté - YouTube
Earlier today I gave a webinar about Docker Orchestration, what it is as far as I can tell and what the requirements are. Check out the recording, and the slides as well. This was done with CloudSoft who’s been doing all sorts of interesting things in the space. (It’s silent for the first 30 seconds or so, so just scrub ahead.)
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  CoteSpeaking  Docker  webinars  recordings  videos  containers  orchestration  tumblr:video  video 
november 2014 by cote
The New Stack Analysts: Azure Rising? - YouTube
I was on The New Stack Analyst podcast today along with Nancy Gohring, one of the tech reports who’s work I’ve always enjoyed, and, of course, Alex Williams. We discuss Nancy’s recent piece on Azure cloud seeming to grow faster than Amazon’s cloud, the problem with figuring comparisons like this out, some different scenarios for big cloud vendor success and failure based on where the packaged software market goes, and then DaaS and WaaS. The last is a topic I know less about than I’d like, but that never stops a analyst from talking about a topic…at length. Pretty wide-ranging topics, but all trying to sort through what “IT” is becoming with all this cloud nonsense running around. My connection was slow so I shut down my video. Enjoy milkman meets pie man.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  thenewstack  AWS  Azure  cloud  NancyGohring  DaaS  WaaS  video  podcasts  CoteSpeaking  tumblr:video 
july 2014 by cote
The New Stack Analysts - YouTube
In the latest The New Stack Podcast, I talk with Alex while he’s on the show floor. We talk about SAP, Microsoft and open source, OSCON, and then talk with Bitnami’s Erica Brescia who has interesting things to say, among other things. about Azure use rising.
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july 2014 by cote
RailsConf 2014 - The Power of M by Charles Lowell - YouTube
Our buddy @cowboyd (proprietor of The Frontside) explains why models are different on the server side and client side. Check out the MVC robot!
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june 2014 by cote
Missing link - IFTTT
Fun, pragmatic stuff. Better than the usual “just do awesome stuff.”
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june 2014 by cote
The New Stack Analyts: Show 4 - YouTube
As usual, I was on last week’s The New Stack analyst podcast, Donnie was out, so it’s just me filling the analyst vacuum along with Alex and guest Sravish Sridhar. Check out myself all dancing and hand-waving on topics I didn’t have time to research ahead of time ;) We discussed Apple’s new CloudKit and the changing nature of closed vs. open source in the evolving stack.
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june 2014 by cote
The New Stack Analysts: Show 3 - YouTube
We recorded The New Stack Analysts: Show 3 today where we talked all about DevOps. I referenced the usual DevOps work and it’s great to hear Donnie’s take on DevOps. You can follow the podcast in Soundcloud - they’re working on an RSS/podcast feed.
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may 2014 by cote
Cote of 451 Research at DevOps Days Austin - Long Version - YouTube
After giving my talk at DevOpsDays Austin, Barton George interviewed me for his short, big head video series on DevOps. We go over the DevOps study finding, and some actionable take-aways for those who care. He has several other good interviews with the speakers at DevOpsDays Austin.
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may 2014 by cote
Ep 2: Hacking Business Technology - YouTube
I was on the Hacking Business Technology podcast today, which was great fun. We discussed being an analyst and corporate strategy person, if private cloud is bullshit, what “IT - SaaS = what?” means, and why Rackspace would be shopping itself around (I like Jack Clark’s cloud spend chart on this topic).
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may 2014 by cote
Missing link - IFTTT
I tend to shy away from the higher-level “culture” stuff in presentations on new technologies, like DevOps. I often make fun of such talk. But, I jest. I find those discussions very valuable, I just don’t like doing them myself. In the vein of culture talks, the Andrew Shafer’s day one keynote from DevOpsDays Austin 2014 was very good, and I recommend it for anyone interested in DevOps. I enjoyed it tremendously. Here’s the slides: devopsdays Austin - no true devops from Andrew Shafer
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may 2014 by cote
Missing link - IFTTT
This session from Claire Hunsaker at DevOpsDays Austin was great - very tactical advice on cloud marketing or, really, any sort of tech marketing at all. Lots of street fight stuff, plus higher-level talk.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  DevOpsDays  marketing  recordings  presentations  videos  cloud  cloudmarketing  tumblr:video  video 
may 2014 by cote
Connected Culture and Oblique Strategies - Episode 6 - YouTube
We recorded episode #6 of Connected Culture and Oblique Strategies today. Extensive shownotes and the fancy audio only version will be up later, per usual. In the meantime if you don’t want to enjoy just the video, subscribe the podcast feed to get them auto-magically downloaded, or check out the Soundcloud listing.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  CCOS  videos  CCOSPodcast  podcasts  highlight  tumblr:video  video 
march 2014 by cote
IFTTT / Missing link
The parallel universes of DevOps and cloud developers.
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march 2014 by cote
IFTTT / Missing link
Oh no, the original Kim Phung caught on fire!
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march 2014 by cote
Barton George & Michael Cote - DellWorld 2012 - theCUBE - YouTube
Talking to The Cube guys at DellWorld 2012, when I was employed at Dell. Barton George and I talk about developers, cloud, and Project Sputnik.
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march 2014 by cote
Talking Cloud with Cote - Part 2 - YouTube
Part 2 of some cloud talking, as it says, that I did with Zenoss back in 2011.
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march 2014 by cote
Talking Cloud with Cote - Part 1 - YouTube
Part one of some cloud talking, as it says, that I did with Zenoss back in 2011. See Zenoss’ notes here.
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march 2014 by cote
IFTTT / Missing link
When I was at Dell I worked in strategy and M&A, so speaking publically was not really in the job description. Nonetheless, I pitched in with my marketing friends from time-to-time, as in this talk going over cloud as Dell saw it and advice for users.
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march 2014 by cote
IFTTT / Missing link
Pragmatic Cloud Computing, or, Dealing with Morlocks, or, Agile Infrastructure - a talk I gave at Devoxx 2010, pleasantly early in cloud, DevOps, and such to be nice and squishy. See slides here as well.
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march 2014 by cote
IFTTT / Missing link
"What’s the point of DevOps," a talk John Willis and I did at Devoxx 2010. Check out the slides here if you’re interested.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  CoteSpeaking  Devoxx2010  Devoxx  DevOps  JohnWillis  cloud  conferences  RedMonk  tumblr:video  video 
march 2014 by cote
Connected Culture and Oblique Strategies - Episode 5 - YouTube
"Pushing wet glue through a swamp" - Video version of Connected Culture & Oblique Strategies is up now, episode #5. A fun episode, with WhatsApp talk. Check out some comments on the Google+ page from Craig Wilkey who’s phone we diagnose in the iPhone Palmestry section at the end. Craig also has an awesome self-diagnosis of his phone, good shit! Keep those screens coming! I’ll post the audio version once it’s in SoundCloud, along with the detailed show-notes. Also, you can subscribe to the podcast feed to get the audio automagically downloaded.
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march 2014 by cote
DevOps Cafe 2/27/14 - YouTube
Jay Lyman and myself were on [the DevOps Cafe (Podcast)http://devopscafe.org/ yesterday, with [the video recording] up first of course. We discussed the DevOps adoption and mainstream maturity that we see out there in our analyst romping. As Damon mentions, Jay wrote one the original (as he types it) devops analyst reports. Be sure to subscribe to their podcast feed, as I do, to get the audio version, and listen to all the other episodes. This is one of the best outlets for keepingup with DevOps out there at the moment.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  DevOps  DevOpsCafe  CoteSpeaking  JayLyman  DamonEdwards  JohnWillis  cloud  tumblr:video  video 
february 2014 by cote
Connected Culture and Oblique Strategies - Episode 3 - YouTube
Connected Culture and Oblique Strategies episode is up, in video form. We’re working on the audio only podcast and all that, but you can see the three videos we’ve done so far. Here’s episode 001 and episode 002.
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january 2014 by cote
IFTTT / Missing link
This week I was lucky enough to be invited to a Dell hosted think-tank discussing how the application needs of companies are changing. You could also phrase it: “how is all that cloud stuff changing how CIO’s run their company’s IT?” It was a great session, driven by the discussion of the CIOs on the panel and well seasoned by vendors and hangers-on like myself. There’s also a bunch of stills here.
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january 2014 by cote
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…ask people to tell you about problems they’ve solved in the past, and see how detailed they get. (via Elon Musk’s Rule About Job Interviews - Business Insider)
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january 2014 by cote
Connected Culture and Obscure Stuff - YouTube
I’ve spent years puttering around at the “infrastructure layer” in IT: programming, systems management, cloud, all that gunk. From what I can tell much of the growth in IT is being driven by companies wanting to engage in “social” more. What is “social,” though? Indeed, that’s one of the things this podcast will try to figure out (hopefully with as much delightful rat-holing as Horace). Also, we’ll discuss my need for slippers that masquerade as socks so I can get them past my wife’s 2nd floor blockade. Mostly though, it’s a McGuffin for getting to talk with Chris more. On that note, here’s the video we recorded earlier. A podcast format with all the bells and whistles will follow. We just having a working title now: Connected Culture and Obscure Stuff, which is much better than our original working title.
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january 2014 by cote
IFTTT / Missing link
As a side note, I really miss Ashlee Vance’s old podcast, Open Season - I was even on there once, ma!
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december 2013 by cote
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(via Twitter / portertech: #devopsdays Vancouver open …)
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december 2013 by cote
Dell and Open Source: SUSE - YouTube
A short “what’d you think about SUSEcon 2013” montage where-in I say what I thought. I did a longer write-up as well.
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december 2013 by cote
SUSECon 2013 Press and Analysts Activity - iFLY Indoor Skydiving - YouTube
During SUSEcon, the analysts relation folks took us to iFly. I’m the one with the beard. Also, if you’re a 451 client or want to sign up for a 30 day trial, see my write-up of SUSEcon, a tale of de-synergizing from Novell.
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november 2013 by cote
Food Fight Show - OpenStack - YouTube
The very full gang on this episode (there’s also just audio if you want to skip the video, and the podcast feed which I recommend) gives a good, very current overview of not only the OpenStack project/platform, but also the community and, in a round about way, the goals. Listening to it, it reminded me of the Slackware days of Linux when there was endless Heathkit fun to be had. Of course, there’s several “fully assembled” OpenStack distros to be had now for those who don’t want to solder.
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september 2013 by cote
Amazon beats profit expectations, tops 90,000 employees for first time
AWS has lowered prices 31 times since it launched in 2006, including 7 price reductions so far in 2013.
pquote  qpost  amazon  qtr_calls  numbers  video  cloud 
april 2013 by cote
Flash History
RT : in which reminds us Flash was actually very useful for a while remember Youtube? you might ...
Flash  riaweekly  video  Apple  devrel 
april 2010 by cote
Will Mobile Projectors Change Video Viewing Habits?
"With the rise of mobile projectors we wonder how this shift will affect our video viewing and sharing habits." This is a good statement/question. I bet it'll be as annoying as ring-tones: sounds individual like that played in a public space become annoying to the group. Like, can you image how many cute cat and melt-down kid videos would (will) be shown on the bus, the street, in the shopping mall ("those damn kids and their projectors!")?
trends  mobile  projectors  video  LG  PSFK 
december 2009 by cote
Pranav Mistry: The thrilling potential of SixthSense technology
Using common day objects as input devices for computing, like post-it notes, coffee cups, pens, etc.
video  gestures  surface  ria  UX  interactivedesign  TED  UI  industrialdesign 
november 2009 by cote
Cisco Buys Starent Networks for $2.9 Billion
Matthew Robison, a communications analyst with Wedbush Morgan Securities, said Starent had made a name for itself by creating a single piece of networking hardware that could move data while also performing more complex management functions like handling user tracking and billing processes. “It’s almost like a router and a computer server in the same box,” he said. Such technology has become desirable among the large telecommunications suppliers, which have either made similar acquisitions or tried to build their own hybrid systems. “Cisco needed to do this to have a good road map out to the next generation of products,” Mr. Robison said.
cisco  m&a  mobile  numbers  video  appliances  performance  packets 
october 2009 by cote
What is Steampunk? » Geek Entertainment TV
Amaze your enterprise-y friends with steampunk knowledge before it goes mega-mainstream.
video  steampunk  culture 
october 2009 by cote
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