This is a talk I recorded using Skype Video with Elza Dunkels, a Swedish researcher and lecturer on youth and their use of the internet and social media (from a safety standpoint). Elza Dunkels works at the University of Umeå in northern Sweden. She is of part Latvian descent, her late father was a distinguished mathematician and teacher, Andrejs Dunkels and her younger brother, Adam Dunkels, was recently featured on this blog, talking about how the arrival of more and more machines on the internet will change things and present opportunities.
Please excuse the somewhat poor and jerky image, it suffers from being video over the internet and from my editing, perhaps.:)
Yes, that is me, the tiny image in the corner of the frame. This is how Skype records a video conversation.
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
Nokia's outgoing head of mobile solutions (basically the smartphone business) Ansi Vanjoki gave what could be seen as a farewell keynote at Nokia World 2010 in London. Here, as a highlight of the first day, is a video excerpt of his talk.
Monday, September 13, 2010
I was in Stockholm in late August and sat down for an interview with Adam Dunkels, a researcher at the Swedish Institute of Computer Science (SICS) in Stockholm about "the internet of things" and some other topics. If Latvia comes up a few times, it is because I intended to use the soundtrack of this video for a Q&A style interview (transcribed and translated to Latvian) for the business website www.nozare.lv. Also, Adam Dunkels' late father, the mathematician and physicist Andrejs Dunkels, was born in Latvia,