Dillinger Escape Plan Talks About The Importance of Evoking Emotion in Music

After five studio albums and countless tours around the globe, the Dillinger Escape Plan has earned much respect among fans and critics worldwide.   With accomplishments such as coverage in mass media from the Rolling Stone to the New York Times, Billboard chart status, and performances on ...

Bright Nights – Photographs of Another New York – Book Tour

A couple weeks back I made this post highlighting the upcoming book tour by SeagateCreative photographer, Tod Seelie. You’ve probably even seen Tod’s work and weren’t aware of it given he’s graced the pages of several major publications including the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Spin, ...

Seagate Helps Preserve Hardboiled Crime Novels

– By Steve Pipe Hardboiled detectives, neon-soaked streets and a shot or two of the strong stuff. Charles Ardai is on a mission to revive a once-flourishing literary format, the paperback crime novel, and he’s doing it with a little help from Seagate. Ardai is the co-founder of Hard Case ...

Bright Nights – Photographs of Another New York

If you’re not familiar with SeagateCreative professional, Tod Seelie, shame on you! Tod has taken pictures in more than 25 countries on five continents. His photographs have been exhibited in galleries around the world and appeared in publications including the New York Times, Rolling Stone, ...

The Art of AMC’s Mad Men

Anyone who knows me knows I love art, whether it is illustration, comic sequential work, paint, water colors or just creative doodles on a restaurant napkin.  So when I get an opportunity to look at the creative process behind a piece of artwork, I eat it up. As you also have learned about me, ...

Did Nate Silver Use Data to Predict This Blog?

I’d like to think that statistics-fu grandmaster Nate Silver used data to predict writing this blog, but I doubt it was the case. But then again, he’s shown an amazing sense of accuracy in some of his predictions ranging from sports events to the 2008 election. Yet given the fact he was one of ...

The Impact of Big Data, House of Cards and You!

Love them or hate them, what Netflix did with their exclusive series, House of Cards, was genius.  This article in the New York Times covers it in greater detail, but the short version is that Netflix used all of their subscriber profile data a.k.a. big data (viewing habits, likes, interests, ...

Seagate at Macworld 2012: Satellite Upgrades, a Roomier GoFlex Slim and More

— By Steve Pipe Hot on the heels of the big Consumer Electronics Show, Seagate is diving into another influential technology gathering today. By the standards of CES—which drew more than 140,000 people to Las Vegas earlier this month—theMacworld/iWorld show, which runs Thursday through Saturday ...

Bush White House generates 100 TB of data

The National Archives is struggling to store it all It’s clear that running the United States kicks off a lot of data.  The New York Times  and Storage Optimization report on how the National Archives is reeling under the weight of the Bush Administration’s 100 terabytes of ...

Seagate goes to the movies with FreeAgent Theater

Seagate FreeAgent Theater: going beyond BluRay Seagate’s FreeAgent Go became the industry’s first dockable portable drive last fall.  Now those same 500 GB drives can be docked at your TV to watch all of your downloaded movies in your living room with the Seagate FreeAgent Theater. ...

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