I'm on a plane from Vegas - after nerding out at the Digital Signage Expo. It's a full circle, having been christened into Digital Signage around 2002 with Graybow. Glasfire (3M's Vikuiti), if any of you remember. In any event, this short 50 minute jaunt from Vegas to Burbank gives me time to write a quick blog.
Last week, we covered the concept of Conditional Encoding (KCM: Kammes Compression Methodology, still looking for investors) and you may have noticed that I put an odd node on the graphic workflow. The LOGIN. Why? Because the next phase of this workflow is going to piggyback on not only the Internet, but on your LAN as well.
How can one little piece of relatively inexpensive software be such a challenge? Of the multitude of solutions I deal with, none in recent history has caused as many inquisitive looks as this $999 piece of software. Why?