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The Knicks really suck!

Saturday, January 10th, 2015 Posted in Entertainment, Lifestyle, Sports and Fitness | No Comments »

I went with Jonas to the Knicks game this afternoon. My cousin has season tickets and gave Jonas the tickets as a Christmas present. I had heard from a number of people that the team was really doing poorly this ...

New York Cine Podcast: The Decline of Cable TV

Friday, January 9th, 2015 Posted in Comics and Sci-Fi, Entertainment, New York Cine Radio, Tech Training | No Comments »

The latest New York Cine Radio Podcast is all about the films of Sir Liam Neeson. The gang and I discuss Neeson's  "A Walk Among the Tombstones" and a host of his other films. We also review the films and ...

New York Cine Radio: North Korea and other Dumb stuff

Friday, December 19th, 2014 Posted in Entertainment, New York Cine Radio, politics, Technology | No Comments »

This week we welcome Ken Powell back to the podcast after a semester off to get that degree. Just one more final exam left and then he is done with school. In addition, this week I went from being a ...

New York Cine Radio: Guest hosting again at Mama’s Place?

Friday, December 12th, 2014 Posted in Digital Video, Entertainment, Gaming, New Media, New York Cine Radio, politics, Technology | No Comments »

After attending my office Christmas party I headed to Mama's Place Studio The new episode of the New York Cine Podcast. The gang and I talk about the latest on the Sony hacking scandal and a whole bunch of movies ...

New York Cine Radio: Sony and the Star Wars trailer

Friday, December 5th, 2014 Posted in Batman, Comics and Sci-Fi, Entertainment, New Media, New York Cine Radio, Technology | No Comments »

Last night I schlepped over to Mama's Place Studio in Astoria, Queens and guest hosted the weekly New York Cine Podcast. My co-hosts, Tom Seymour and Dave Leute, discussed the recent hacking at Sony Pictures, the new Star Wars and ...

NY Cine Video: Ant-Man and other films from Marvel

Thursday, November 20th, 2014 Posted in Comics and Sci-Fi, Entertainment, New York Cine Radio, Publications & Presentations | No Comments »

This is part two of a podcast session that I co-hosted on New York Cine Radio a few weeks back. I had an opportunity to take the regular hosts, Tom Seymour and Dave Leute, through Ant-Man and the other newly ...

NY Cine Video: Recap of the Marvel film lineup

Friday, November 14th, 2014 Posted in Comics and Sci-Fi, Entertainment, Lifestyle, New York Cine Radio, Publications & Presentations | No Comments »

Last week I had the opportunity to co-host the New York Cine Radio podcast on the upcoming Phase 3 movies to be released by Marvel Studios. The team at NY Cine Radio asked me to fill in for one of ...

NY Cine Interview: Music and Movie Industries

Sunday, November 2nd, 2014 Posted in Digital Video, Entertainment, Hip Hop, Lifestyle, New Media, New York Cine Radio, Technology | No Comments »

This is a second excerpt from my recent interview with the guys over at New York Cine Radio on the similarities between the music and the film industries, especially as it pertains to the topic of digital disruption.

2014 York College Tech Symposium

Saturday, November 1st, 2014 Posted in CUNY - SPS, Digital Video, Entertainment, Future of Education, Gaming, LaGuardia, Lifestyle, New Media, Publications & Presentations, Tech Training, Technology | No Comments »

I traveled to the outskirts of Queens yesterday to present at the 2014 York College Technology Symposium on the topic of "Enhancing Student Engagement with Open Source Software". It was a great event featuring digitally engaged faculty from throughout the ...

NY Cine Interview: Digital Disruption

Tuesday, October 28th, 2014 Posted in Entertainment, Hip Hop, Lifestyle, New Media, New York Cine Radio, Technology | No Comments »

This is a video excerpt from my recent interview with the guys over at New York Cine Radio on the topic of the digital disruption in the music and movie industries, and how services like YouTube have made a seismic ...