News from the Hyperaudio front.

  1. Opportunity Knocks

    We're very happy to announce that we'll be officially collaborating withChattanooga Public Library and other Chattanooga based organizations to pilot Hyperlocal Hyperaudio. We're very grateful to the Mozilla Gigabit Community Fund for helping us on our way!

    Mozilla Gigabit is all about ...

  2. The Kids Are Alright

    A few weeks ago we had the fantastic opportunity to try out Hyperaudio with the latest generation of web users and mixers.

    We're currently collaborating with Chattanooga Public Library (CPL to its friends), trying out ideas centred around community journalism and learning. This ties in with our aim ...

  3. Hypertranscripts

    One of the questions that comes up often regarding Hyperaud.io is

    How do you represent the timed transcript?

    The representation of a transcript is probably one of the most contentious pieces of the Hyperaudio architecture and can often invoke the dreaded …

  4. Hyperlocal Hyperaudio

    The February 6 demonstration story begins with the discovery of a box of almost 20 videotapes from the early 1980s that were found deteriorating in the library‚Äôs local history department. The videotapes had been given to the public library by WTCI, the local public television station, many years ago. On the tapes were a series of oral history interviews with local characters, some of whom were significant community figures. Nobody had seen these interviews in 30 years …

  5. Hyperaudio Inc—Why We’re a Nonprofit

    As often happens, the place where distractions are fewer is a place with no internet connection, and as also often happens, there is no WiFi on an international flight. Good. I’m flying back from Doha and Al Jazeera’s HQ, where I’ve been giving some training and making more friends. While I was there I also took the opportunity to pitch Hyperaudio to a few people. I have been there before, and is always nice to immerse myself in the hushed tones of Al Jazeera’s newsroom, but this time I came with a mission: to partner with Al Jazeera to bring Hyperaudio to a worldwide audience…

  6. The Hyperaudio Pad — Next Steps and Media Literacy.

    Hyperaudio is a term coined by Henrik Moltke. After discovering we had similar interests we started working on the concept a while back, resulting in a few demos such as the Radiolab demo for WNYC. That was a couple of years ago now. Since then I have been working with my colleague Mark Panaghiston on various Hyperaudio demos and thinking about how we can create an suite of tools I imaginatively call the Hyperaudio Ecosystem, at the center of that ecosystem sits the Hyperaudio Pad…


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