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.

January 2014

The cover features in the January 2014 issue of Computer look at emerging technologies that promise to have a major impact on computing in both the near and distant futures.

Additional content in this special issue relates to the article "The Emergence of RF-Powered Computing," with the video "Ambient Backscatter" and a link to the WISP Wiki. The article "Augmented Reading: The Present and Future of Electronic Scientific Publications" features the videos "Augmented Reading: Abstract," "Computer Society Publishing: Where We Are and Where We Are Going," "Augmented Reading: Interviews," "Computer Magazine Multimedia," "Definitions for Supplemental Materials," "Journal of Neuroscience: No More Supplemental Material," and "Augmented Reading: Conclusions."

Additional multimedia highlights comprise an interview with Massimo Banzi about the origins and evolution of the Arduino microcontroller and "Geek Speaks: The Uses (and Abuses) of Science Fiction" with Brian David Johnson for Science Fiction Prototyping.

Podcasts related to the issue's popular columns include "Massimo Banzi on the Arduino Microcontroller" by Charles Severance for Computing Conversations; "Corporate Risks from Social Media" by Brian M. Gaff for Computing and the Law; "Digital Magazines: The Future of Publishing Is Here" by Ron Vetter for EIC's Message; and "Just Out of It" by David Alan Grier for Errant Hashtag.

The complete multimedia list for Computer's January 2014 issue is available on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLHJB2bhmgB7c69fy8316-zkjsN4LYi4hy.

December 2013

The cover features in the December 2013 issue of Computer revisit the computing laws that guide our field.

Multimedia content in this special issue relates to the article "Implications of Makimoto’s Wave," and the guest editor’s introduction "Metcalfe’s Law after 40 Years of Ethernet."

Additional multimedia highlights comprise an interview with Andrew Tanenbaum about how he came to write one of the key books in the computer science field.

Podcasts related to the issue's popular columns include "Hour of Code" by IEEE Computer Society President David Alan Grier; "Andrew Tanenbaum: Writing the Book on Networks" by Charles Severance for Computing Conversations; "Legal Careers for Engineers" by Brian M. Gaff and Judy St. John for Computing and the Law; and "The Way We Organize Ourselves" by David Alan Grier for Errant Hashtag.

The complete multimedia list for Computer's December 2013 issue is available on YouTube at <YOUTUBE URL>.

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.

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