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.

February 2013

The cover features in the February 2013 issue of Computer examine the Internet of Things. Multimedia highlights include an interview with Mitchell Baker about the Mozilla Foundation, the Firefox and Netscape browsers, and open source software; a recording of opportunistic sensor configurations in a highly rich sensor environment; an explanation of how embedded, interconnected devices have grown to affect our lives; and a discussion of Sense, a newly developed visual programming language and programming environment.

Podcasts related to the issue’s popular columns include "How Things Appear" by IEEE Computer Society President David Alan Grier; "The Mozilla Foundation, with Mitchell Baker," by Charles Severance for Computing Conversations; "Paying Bribes Abroad Will Get You in Hot Water in the US" by Brian M. Gaff, Stephen G. Huggard, and Gregory W. Carey for Computing and the Law; and "The Ethical Dilemma" by David Alan Grier for Errant Hashtag.

The complete multimedia list for Computer's February 2013 issue is available on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLHJB2bhmgB7eHH8Hv2Er_nPwDNLVymklP.

January 2013

The cover features in the January 2013 issue of Computer examine the outlook for future uses of computer technology. Multimedia highlights include an interview with Van Jacobson on content-centric networking; a discussion with Santosh Kumar, Wendy Nilsen, and Mani Srivastava about the path toward realizing mobile health systems; a video segment in which students at Arizona State University's School of Arts, Media, and Engineering discuss adaptive mixed reality rehabilitation research and extending interactive stroke rehabilitation from the clinic to the home; and a video segment in which students from the Herberger Young Scholars Academy describe their experience in the digital culture creative classroom.

Podcasts related to the issue’s popular columns include "The Unseen and the Seen" by IEEE Computer Society President David Alan Grier; "Van Jacobson: Content-Centric Networking," by Charles Severance for Computing Conversations; "Protecting Bioinformatics as Intellectual Property" by Brian M. Gaff, Ralph A. Loren, and Gareth Dickson for Computing and the Law; and "The Here and Now" by David Alan Grier for Errant Hashtag.

The complete multimedia list for Computer's January 2013 issue is available on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLHJB2bhmgB7ccVTIY-Ju3wt8Fx2GdGaP4.
 

December 2012

The cover features in the December 2012 issue of Computer examine digital forensics. Multimedia highlights include an interview with Vint Cerf about how TCP/IP evolved from ARPANET, an earlier small-scale research network, and a discussion with Irfan Ahmed about SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) systems.

Podcasts related to the issue's popular columns include "Work/Play" by David Alan Grier and Erin Dian Dumbacher for Forward Slash; "Employment Issues Confronting Start-Up Companies" by Brian M. Gaff, Timothy P. Van Dyck, and Elizabeth A. Peters for Computing and the Law; and "Vint Cerf: A Brief History of Packets" by Charles Severance for Computing Conversations ().

The complete multimedia list for Computer's December 2012 issue is available on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLHJB2bhmgB7d89HoNVyImEcCzLDnJwJEU

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