Computer Magazine Multimedia

Each month, Computer features a variety of multimedia enhancements to its print publication in the form of video interviews, podcast installments, simulations, and presentations. You can access them below or via the IEEE Computer Society YouTube stream.


November 2013

The cover features in the November 2013 issue of Computer examine simplicity in IT.

Multimedia content in this special issue relates to the article "ITSy — Simplicity Research in Information and Communication Technology," and the guest editors' introduction "Simplicity in IT: The Power of Less."

Additional multimedia highlights comprise an interview with Ian Horrocks about the early days of the Web Ontology Language (OWL).

Podcasts related to the issue's popular columns include "A New Set of Officers" by IEEE Computer Society President David Alan Grier; "Ian Horrocks: Standardizing OWL" by Charles Severance for Computing Conversations; "Jimmy Takes Manhattan" by Brian David Johnson for Science Fiction Prototyping; and "The Trappings of Power" by David Alan Grier for Errant Hashtag.

The complete multimedia list for Computer's November 2013 issue is available on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLHJB2bhmgB7cHm914hCPUzw4WmC_JaD7y.

October 2013

The cover features in the October 2013 issue of Computer examine the field of multicore processors.

Multimedia content in this special issue relates to the articles "The Impact of Dynamic Directories on Multicore Interconnects,"<> "An Application-Tailored Approach to Hardware Cache Coherence," "Single-Cycle Multihop Asynchronous Repeated Traversal: A SMART Future for Reconfigurable On-Chip Networks," and "Toward Holistic Soft-Error-Resilient Shared-Memory Multicores."

Additional multimedia highlights comprise an interview with Eben Upton about Raspberry Pi, an insider's view of MOOCs, "Kinecting to Mathematics through Embodied Interactions", and "Computing Education: MOOCs: An Insider’s View."

Podcasts related to the issue's popular columns include "Who We Are" by IEEE Computer Society President David Alan Grier; "Eben Upton on the Raspberry Pi" by Charles Severance for Computing Conversations; "So, You Want to Start a Software Company?" by Brian M. Gaff and Greg Hendershott for Computing and the Law; and "Not Part of the Plan" by David Alan Grier for Errant Hashtag.

The complete multimedia list for Computer's October 2013 issue is available on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLHJB2bhmgB7fh0gFkpf-66ZTciQ_vUURw.
 

August 2013

The cover features in the August 2013 issue of Computer examine the field of next-generation memory.

Multimedia content in this special issue relates to the articles "Guest Editors’ Introduction: Next-Generation Memory," "How Persistent Memory Will Change Software Systems," and "Refactor, Reduce, Recycle: Restructuring the I/O Stack for the Future of Storage."

An additional multimedia highlight is an interview with Len Kleinrock about his early work on packet networks.

Podcasts related to the issue's popular columns include "Scientists & Time" by IEEE Computer Society President David Alan Grier; "Len Kleinrock: The Theory of Packets" by Charles Severance for Computing Conversations; "Ten Things to Know about Applying for Non-US Patents" by Brian M. Gaff and Joanna M. Dombrowski for Computing and the Law; and "The Tenor of Our Times" by David Alan Grier for Errant Hashtag.

The complete multimedia list for Computer's August 2013 issue is available on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLHJB2bhmgB7cmeJVqnzHg1pWYOB1z2nLn.

July 2013

The cover features in the July 2013 issue of Computer examine the field of visual analytics.

Associated with the articles in this special issue is multimedia content comprising "Visual Analytics Infrastructures: From Data Management to Exploration," "Visual Analytics Support for Intelligence Analysis," "Large-Scale Graph Visualization and Analytics": a Global Dynamic Graph of Evolving Internet Connectivity and a Incremental Dynamic Graph of Evolving Internet Connectivity, and "Applying Real-Time Visual Analytics to Text Streams."

An additional multimedia highlights is an interview with Katie Hafner about about how she came to write her book, Where Wizards Stay up Late, on the history of the ARPANET.

Podcasts related to the issue's popular columns include "Boards & Members" by IEEE Computer Society President David Alan Grier; "Katie Hafner: The Origins of the Internet" by Charles Severance for Computing Conversations; "The Troll under the Bridge" by Brian M. Gaff for Computing and the Law; "From NASA" by Brian David Johnson for Science Fiction Prototyping and "Short-Term Loan by David Alan Grier for Errant Hashtag.

The complete multimedia list for Computer's July 2013 issue is available on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLHJB2bhmgB7c5M0rRkbhxjCjvoEkSlo1T.

June 2013

The cover features in the June 2013 issue of Computer examine major challenges in the field of big data.

Associated with the articles in this special issue is multimedia content comprising "Big Data: Discovery, Productivity, Policy," "The IEEE Society on the Social Implications of Technology," "The Link between Wearable Computing and Big Data and the Potential Side Effects of Over-Quantifying Oneself," "Big Data and Data-Driven Innovation," "Economic Value of Big Data," "Simulation Projections of the Cost of Big Data and the Need for Data Migration between Tiers," "Big Data and Collective Awareness Transforming Society," "Consequences of Big Data on the Individual," and "Potential Applications of Big Data to Save Premature Babies."

Additional multimedia highlights include an interview with Gordon Bell about how the minicomputer served as a building block for computing-enabled innovation and the eventual evolution of computing applications, and a video showing how students at a Colorado grade school are using a program developed by Colorado University-Boulder professor Alex Repenning to design video games in an after-school program.

Podcasts related to the issue's popular columns include "Awards and Recognition" by IEEE Computer Society President David Alan Grier; "Gordon Bell: Building Blocks of Computing," by Charles Severance for Computing Conversations; "Are You Exhausted by Your First Sale?" by Brian M. Gaff for Computing and the Law; and "The Comfort Zone" by David Alan Grier for Errant Hashtag.

The complete multimedia list for Computer's June 2013 issue is available on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLHJB2bhmgB7cbB-oafjt68XbzyPV46szi.

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