Interview with a Technologist

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Roland Tanglao of Vancouver, British Columbia, is the first person I ever heard utter the word “podcast.” That was at a conference in Banff more than two years ago, and since then I’ve enjoyed following him online and occasionally running into him in person. Today was one of the latter opportunities, because Roland is a presenter at a conference of The Association of American Cultures (TAAC) here in Denver. After lunch we sat down in an alcove of the Magnolia Hotel and talked about what’s happening in technology and what it can mean for the arts. Roland is a founder and current technologist at Bryght, which builds community sites and website technology powered by the open-source Drupal system. He also has uploaded approximately 32,000 photos to Flickr.

Click here to listen to the interview, which is 11 minutes long.

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