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Entries by David Shing from 11/2012

SIC Video Interview Stanley Hainsworth, Creative Genius

| Posted 11.01.2012 | Technology

Stanley Hainsworth's name is often used synonymously with "creative" and "genius." Responsible for building three of the worlds best brands, Starbuck...

SIC Video Interview With Elan Lee, Founder of Fourth Wall Studios

| Posted 11.01.2012 | Technology

It's not just gamers and day-dreamers who do it. Inserting oneself into a favorite story has always been a part of our active imaginations. But wha...

SIC Video Interview With Wayne Kramer, Musician and Revolutionary

| Posted 11.01.2012 | Technology

Wayne Kramer is someone who's history you have to hear to believe. Having served time during what he calls "the drug wars" Wayne now works with jails in the U.S. and UK to rehabilitate prisoners through music with his organization Jail Guitar Doors.

My Interview With Rob Reid, Founder of Rhapsody Music

| Posted 11.01.2012 | Technology

Rob Reid is happy to be a consumer of music, not an owner. As the founder of the Rhapsody music his perspective on the ongoing relationship between te...

My Interview With Ben Huh, the Man Behind LOL and Failblog

| Posted 11.01.2012 | Technology

The man who gave a voice to smarty cats everywhere drove 11 hours away to escape Sandy in NY to Ohio where he then boarded a flight to Seattle to spea...

Interview With Mark Long, Gamer and Storyteller (Video)

| Posted 11.02.2012 | Technology

Mark Long has a career you can't categorize -- from U.S. Army to the NY Times bestsellers list, video game creation to laboratory R&D -- he is a man who brings a brilliant imagination to science.

SIC Video Interview With Clark Kokich, Chairman of Razorfish

| Posted 11.05.2012 | Technology

It's not surprising that the man behind one of the first digital shops recently published the world's first full-length interactive business book exclusively to the iPad.

SIC Video Interview With Chanel Sumers, Soundscape Artist

| Posted 11.06.2012 | Technology

As a respected gamer and musician, Chanel Sumers is today called a "soundscape artist." Having been at the forefront of technological advances for the last decade, Chanel believes we are at a tipping point in video game audio.