Sunday, August 09, 2020

Laptop Broke So We're Going to the Beach: The August 10th, 2020 Age of Ingenuity

"Age of Ingenuity" producer Chuck Black fell on his laptop while cycling to work last week. He's fine (if a bit embarrassed) but the laptop sustained substantial damage so we're going to take a little break until the poor old Lenovo T470s comes back from repair and we can get back to the business of tracking innovation. 

We'll return with all new episodes beginning August 24th, 2020. Until then, keep in touch with us on Facebook, Gab, LinkedIn, Minds, Pinterest, Steemit and Twitter. Follow the stories we're tracking on the Canadian Innovation News and Upcoming Events Scoop-It feeds. 

We'll also be posting some short form videos wrapped around cell phone technology, much like the video you see above, in order to learn a few new things and keep current on the technology. When we return, we'll have a remote capability and it will be interesting to see where that leads us.

"Age of Ingenuity" tracks Canada's "innovation ecosystem," the organizations, agencies and individuals attempting to turn innovative Canadian start-ups into world class, billion dollar "unicorns," able to anchor industries and create jobs.

Age of Ingenuity Credits

Producer and Host - Chuck Black
Host and Contributor - Brian Orlotti
Host and Contributor - Al Calder
Associate Producer and Contributor - John Penturn

Music: Freesound House Flow by Jaturo and Scream by DigitalDominic. Both licenced under a Creative Commons 0 Licence.

The Age of Ingenuity is created using ZOOMOpen Shot Video EditorGimp, various laptops and cell phones, plus lots and lots of coffee.

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Copyright disclaimer under section 107 of the US Copyright Act of 1976, allowing for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism and under section 29 of the 1921 Canadian Copyright Act allowing for “fair dealing” exemptions for criticism, review and news reporting.

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