London 2012 & The Socialympics: Some Social Media Facts & Where You Can Follow The Games

With less that a day before the opening ceremony, it’s safe to say that the 2012 Olympics in London are here and thanks to social media, the event now has an added layer of interactivity from it’s fans.

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Hank Shocklee Composes For SPIKE TV – Official Broadcaster Of CES

Our own Hank Shocklee has composed and created the sound design for SPIKE TV’s All Access coverage LIVE from CES, the annual million+plus square foot large Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

SPIKE is the official broadcaster of CES this year so if you can’t make out they’ve got you covered. Stay up on the latest gadgets and tech to hit the streets this year, tune in beginning on Tuesday January 10th starting at 1p EST / 10a PST to the network and online – check your local TV listings.

Here’s a sneak peek of Hank talking to SPIKE TV about the differences between producing music for records, TV and film.

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NPR’s Science Friday Examines Digital Sampling & Remix Culture with Hank Shocklee

Straight from the archives of NPR’s Science Friday with Ira Flatow, check out Hank Shocklee Discuss Sampling & Remix Culture along with Kembrew McLeod, Associate Professor, University of Iowa & Producer of the Film Copyright Criminals; Flora Lichtman, Multimedia Editor, NPR’s Science Friday; Dean Garfield, President and CEO, Information Technology Industry Council

Science Friday is a weekly science talk show, broadcast live over public radio stations nationwide in the U.S. from 2-4pm Eastern time as part of NPR’s ‘Talk of the Nation’ programming.

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New P2P Live Streaming Protocol From BitTorrent Inventor Coming

Bram Cohen designed BitTorrent in 1991, the most common protocol for transferring large files across the web and thus turned the world upside down by popularizing the method by which file-sharers worldwide started to share data, information and in a lot of cases copyrighted content, ie: your favorite songs, apps & movies.

Recently Bram has announced that he’s working on a new P2P Protocol for streaming live video…which has a lot of people curious, excited and probably nervous. Check the video for the demo and for more, Torrent Freak.

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