Wednesday, September 13, 2006


Small-town theatre + Shakespeare play = pinnacle of mobile computing? A strange equation to be sure, but Warner Crocker pulls it off and explains how it worked in a detailed blog entry posted on both Life on the Wicked Stage (http://wickedstageact2.typepad.com/life_on_the_wicked_stage_/2006/09/the_othello_dia_10.html) and GottaBeMobile.com (http://www.gottabemobile.com/TheOthelloDiariesWhatWorkedAndWhatDidntFromAMobilePerspective.aspx). Absolutely inspiring to read how he integrates computers into an area generally and traditionally considered low (and even anti) tech. And don't forget he's invited us all to see his work in action, no charge (http://www.gottabemobile.com/TheOthelloDiariesGBMReadersCanSeeOthelloFree.aspx). I'm aiming for October at 2:30. Hope to see you there.


Shoutback: Life On the Wicked Stage: Act 2: The Othello Diaries: What Worked and What Didn't From A Mobile Perspective
GottaBeMobile.com - The Othello Diaries: What Worked and What Didn't From a Mobile Perspective
CateGoogles: Tablet_PC
mobile_tech
Mood = excited

New definition of Modern Theatre


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