Presented

Appearance on "Authored Content" show, talking about Bitcoin

I talk off the cuff about the popular cryptocurrency with fellow lynda.com authors Morten Rand-Hendriksen and Ray Villalobos on their Google Hangout show, "Authored Content".

Screenshot taken during my presentation
Date of publication: 
Fri, 07/18/2014

Video for "Efficient Maximum Flow Algorithms"

Videojournalism about the applications of, and solutions to, the "maximum-flow/minimum-cut" problem, which affects surprisingly diverse fields. As before, I did most of this, with the help of two shooters.

Screenshot of video as it appears on Vimeo
Date of publication: 
Thu, 07/24/2014

Up and Running with Bitcoin

Description by lynda.com: "Understand the basics of bitcoin, the popular virtual currency, and then learn the nuances of bitcoin transactions and security issues that can be difficult to navigate on your own. Tom Geller addresses both the big and small issues swirling around bitcoin right now, and prepares you to use or accept bitcoin as a currency for your transactions. Discover how bitcoin compares to US dollars and other forms of money; how to send, receive, and "mine" it; and how to protect and track your bitcoin transactions.

Screenshot from Up and Running with Bitcoin
Date of publication: 
Tue, 06/24/2014

Video for "Community Sense and Response Systems: Your Phone as Quake Detector"

Videojournalism about a program at Caltech that collects seismic data through the cell phones of volunteers throughout the Los Angeles area. I did pretty much everything -- shooting, editing, titles, narration, audio, intro music -- with the help of an experienced primary cameraperson.

Screenshot of video as it appears on Vimeo
Date of publication: 
Mon, 06/30/2014

Video for the 2013 ACM A.M. Turing Award

A celebration of the life work of Leslie Lamport, recipient of the 2013 ACM A.M. Turing Award. I did production, direction, editing, voiceover, and most of the shooting. Promoted in the article at http://cacm.acm.org/news/175166-general-agreement/fulltext , and presented at the awards banquet.

Screenshot of video as it appears on Vimeo
Date of publication: 
Thu, 05/22/2014

Radio appearance on "Oh Oberlin" show, WOBC

One-hour appearance talking about... stuff. With Peter Comings.

Just a random photo of Oberlin -- the Apollo Theatre
Date of publication: 
Sat, 04/26/2014

How Do You Feel? Your Computer Knows (video)

A video to accompany this article in CACM. Wrote, produced, and presented.

Screenshot of the YouTube version of the video: See description for the full video
Date of publication: 
Mon, 12/23/2013

Advice from Alumni: Freelancing Basics

A done-in-one short video, with minor cutaways. Me giving advice to Oberlin College students on how to get started as a freelancer. Requested by the Oberlin College and Conservatory's Career Center, and promoted at http://oberlin.edu/career/students/advice_from_alumni.html.

Screenshot of video as it appears on Oberlin College site
Date of publication: 
Fri, 11/15/2013

Making the Internet Safe for Gadgets (video)

A video to accompany this article of the same name. My first solo video production!

Screenshot of the video on YouTube
Date of publication: 
Sun, 09/22/2013

Keynote from DrupalCamp Western NY

Keynote presentation from the inaugural two-day event, "DrupalCamp Western NY" in Buffalo, 14 October 2011. The event's theme was "Hello, Universe", so I riffed on how the Drupal community is growing (beyond the more common "Hello, World"), and how its culture will inevitably change as a result. Video by Stephen Rosenthal, http://caramaxstudio.com. Appearance sponsored by Acquia; at the time I was that company's Content and Communications Director.

Still frame from Buffalo presentation
Date of publication: 
Sat, 10/15/2011

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