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[itvt] is pleased to present an audio recording of the TVOT 2014 session, "A City Is Another TV Channel." The session was described in the show brochure as follows:
"Entertainment is only one of many content types arriving on television and second and third screens. Increasingly, individuals and households are using these screens to consume services that leverage the burgeoning Internet of Things (IoT): One of the most exciting developments in the IoT is taking place around an increasingly sensorized and annotated urban environment. First-generation services like Yelp and Foursquare are early successes. But even greater growth awaits, which will demand more sophisticated solutions, architectures and user interfaces, many of which will employ video and be delivered as televisual experiences. This session will bring together representatives from the world of advanced-television, screen design, urban theory and beyond to explore the ways in which the city will become a channel of the TV of Tomorrow." Panelists included:
Fabian Birgfeld, Director, W12 Studios
Don Dulchinos, President, Smart Home and Away (Moderator)
Melanie Nutter, Consultant (Former Director of the Department of the Environment, City and County of San Francisco)
How can we live our best life now? By living like there's no tomorrow. Truth is we just don't no when our days on earth will end. I know what you may be thinking..... Don't talk about death or life coming to an end cause I have my whole life ahead of me. But this is exactly why we need to discuss this, because as believers we know there's much more than this world can offer. Afterall, Christ really is enough, but do we live by what we sing each Sunday? Why does it seem to take sorrow, sadness, great pain, illness or difficulty to stop us in our busy lives that crowds out our relationship with God? Join me as we tackle this subject head on.
Tom Bunting is a fourth-year student at UVA studying Government/ American Politics who decided to join Legislators of Tomorrow. A liberal overall, Tom brings the progressive perspective to the table. However, Tom and his associates see it as their job to put aside ideological preferences and to see what can be achieved beyond partisanship.
Patrick MacDonnell is the co-president and co-founder of the Legislators of Tomorrow at the University of Virginia. He is a conservative Republican and contribute this perspective to the organization.
The 13 member organization, 'Legistlators of Tomorrow', was a direct motivator and contributor to HB 206, a bill the House of Delegates in Richmond passed 99-0.
*The Founding of Legislators of Tomorrow and its Mission
*The Specifics of HB 206
*The Tragedy of Senator Creigh Deeds and Suicide of his Son Gus
*Unknown, but existing Mental Health resources at Virginia Colleges and Universities
We all have an invitation, one child at a time, to come to the Father through Jesus the Christ and to be partakers of His incredible love. Jesus has come to make his Father known to us, and he promises to continue to make his Father known in order that his Father's love might be in us and that he too might live in us. But the question God ask of us today is “Will You Love Me Tomorrow?”
C Fox is back and talking movies with you as he reviews the Tom Cruise Sci-Fi action piece "Edge Of Tomorrow" also starring Emily Blunt, Brendan Gleeson, Bill Paxton, Jonas Armstrong, Tony Way and directed by Doug Liman.Cruise plays Major Cage, a Marine Crops major who is in PR during an invasion of an alien race called the Mimics. He ends up being busted down to the rank of private and sent to the front lines at Verdun where he is killed but infected with the alien blood which allows him to start every day over after his death, justlike the Mimics. He meets rita (Blunt), the United Forces most decorated soldier on the battlefield and learns that she also knows the secret to beating the Mimics and that Cage is the humans only hope against total annihilation.
This week the Black Geeks review "Edge of Tomorrow" starring Tom Cruise & Emily Blunt, directed by Doug Liman.
"An officer finds himself caught in a time loop in a war with an alien race. His skills increase as he faces the same brutal combat scenarios, and his union with a Special Forces warrior gets him closer and closer to defeating the enemy." From IMDb
It's been described as "Groundhog's Day" meets "Oblivion". Tune in to see whether this summer blockbuster lives up to the hype!
The radio/TV program all about TV, simulcast live on BlogTalk Radio and Brooklyn Independent Media HD. Our guests: Sean Smith, executive producer of Chasing Life, ABC Family's new drama series launching tomorrow night, and John Kennedy, Beliefnet's media columnist.
Sci-fi action and tear jerking love stories on this weeks episode of the Punch Drunk Podcast when we venture into exo-skeletons and rebirth in Edge of Tomorrow. Then it's onto young love with a heartbreaking twist as we review Shailene Woodley's latest, The Fault in our Stars.
You didn't think we'd go an episode without talking about Game of Thrones, did you? Especially not after last week's landmark episode The Viper and The Mountain. Well go deep into what stands to be the most shocking episode of this season.
"The Edge of Tomorrow" is a new science fiction action film starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt. In the film, Earth is in the middle of a war with alien invaders. William Cage (played by Cruise) is a spokesman and officer in the U.S. military. However, when he refuses to obey an order, he is stripped of his rank. Cage, who has been sent to a squad with a bunch of misfits, is thrust into the dangerous conflict as earth's military forces launch a D-Day style counterattack against the invading alien army.
Cage dies in the battle and the human army is defeated.
However, Cage awakens again and finds himself at the beginning of the day before the counterattack. Knowing what will happen the next day, Cage tries to warn everyone that the aliens have anticipated the counterattack and will crush the human army when it advances. However, the army is sent on the mission again, Cage is killed, and the humans are defeated. This "loop" happens several times with Cage repeatedly dying and waking up on the day before the counterattack. However, each time before he dies, Cage is able to learn valuable information about the tactics of the enemy. Each time he is sent into battle, he uses what he has learned to help the human army fare better against the aliens until they eventually come out victorious and Cage is instrumental in bringing down the enemy.
Wouldn't it be great if life worked that way -- if we constantly got the chance to relive our lives, learning from the mistakes of the past, and getting better with every successive existence?
Unfortunately, though, the adage is true -- you only live once. And you only die once too. In fact, the Bible says, "It is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment." No, when it comes to life, we don't get do-overs. We don't perpetually exist on the edge of tomorrow, but on the edge of eternity.
MUSICAL SELECTION: "Eternity" by Disciple
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