We recently hit 6K likes on Facebook! Awesome milestone, and with some prize giveaways. Big Thanks to all our great supporters and followers!
"Reboot"¯ gets some ink in the October issue of SFX! A great little blurb and truncated interview with Kawasaki in the indie section.
SILICON VALLEY FILM FEST SELECTION
"Reboot"¯ has been selected to screen at the Silicon Valley Film Festival this year! More info on the show date and screen times are here.
REBOOT will be screening @ DerbyCon on Friday, September 28 @ 10:30pm at the Hyatt Regency, 320 West Jefferson, Louisville.
For more info:http://www.derbycon.com/news/.
We're so excited! Thanks again to @dave_rel1k & @ziplock581 for helping to make it happen. #rebootfilm #DerbyCon #rebootDerbyCon #cyberpunk #hackers #infosec
Definitely not a push for McDonald's, but this was hilarious to see
Best computer message ever; and no, this is not from any local connection, but clearly in a place with some bandwidth issues.
*computer was a Mac
Riad Qabandi composed all 12 tracks to REBOOT, and the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is now available on iTunes, Amazon, MySpace, Spotify, and more very soon!
The soundtrack also features the song "Identity"¯, by SomaVerse; Composed, recorded, and mixed by Riad Qabandi, and sung by the lovely and talented Noora Karam!
iTunes search: Reboot Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.
Reboot on-location. A flashback to almost one year ago, when we ventured into production in what would be the beginning of a long and amazing journey.
The 39-year-old Fischer, who lives in Oakland, developed his cartographic interest while at the University of Chicago, when he came across the windy city's 1937 local transportation plan. (It was a "clearly insane plan"¯ to replace the transit system with a massive freeway network, he recalls.) Until a few weeks ago Fischer worked as a programmer at Google, gathering the data that guides his projects in his spare time.
Over the years Fischer has rendered loads of raw numbers into informative and visually powerful maps on a diverse range of topics: from race to language to the use of social media. The work is published in sets on Flickr (alongside an impressive collection of retro urban maps and street signs).
His most popular set "”"Locals and Tourists"¯"” used geotagged photos from Flickr and Picasa to examine where visitors and natives take pictures in 124 cities.
"It's a simple concept, but revealing about where the edges are where people turn back and stop exploring,"¯ says Fischer.
Read more. [Images: Eric Fischer]
The city lights of Europe and Asia.