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April 25, 2017

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NAB 2017: OWC’s Larry O’Connor Talks Active and Long-Term Storage and the DEC (Chassis) for the MacBook Pro

Larry O’Connor is Founder and CEO of Other World Computing, Inc.  OWC is a leading provider of Solid State Drives, Data Storage Solutions, Memory, and accessories for Mac and PC computers. We interviewed him about digital storage and archiving, his recommendations for solutions for active and long-term storage and OWC’s recently-introduced chassis for the MacBook

NAB 2017: Lewis Smithingham on VR – Past, Present and Future

(Andy Marken, Special to USTimes)  He’s just returned from the Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF) and a shoot in Eastern Europe. Lewis Smithingham, president of 30ninjas, had been invited to DIFF to discuss the potential for immersive storytelling in the region. Now, he is preparing to attend NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) in Vegas, where he

Art of Music: 311 Announces Tour Dates, Releases Single, “Too Much to Think”

(March 13, 2017, Courtesy 311) It’s official.  311 launches their eight-week North American tour on June 22nd in Cleveland, Ohio. Special guests for some shows include “New Politics” or “The Skints / Passafire.” 311 will also make headline appearances at several festivals and radio events. The full tour itinerary (June 22-Aug 20) is listed below and at http://www.311.com/shows. PHOTO L-R: Drummer CHAD SEXTON, singer/guitarist NICK HEXUM,

Art of Comedy: “Please Tell Me I’m Adopted!” Nicole Sobchack Says Her Character is a “Hot Mess”

(Los Angeles, California, March 8, 2017) Wraptastic Productions’ live action ensemble, and very zany comedy, “Please Tell Me I’m Adopted!” premiered worldwide exclusively on Amazon/Amazon Prime to five-star reviews on the 6th of March. Produced by Chris Sobchack, Nicole Sobchack, and Heather Hall, the short-form series stars Nicole Sobchack as the free-spirited, confused but very

Los Angeles Celebrates Chinese New Year

It’s the year of the Rooster! For the last 118 years, the Chinese community in Los Angeles celebrated with the colorful Golden Dragon parade on the Chinese Lunar New Year, February 4th. Parents, grandparents, and babies began gathering in the morning and families brought chairs, drinks, and snacks so they could arrive early and save

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