August 10 2007 The back of the East Crescent show

first_imgAugust 10, 2007 The back of the East Crescent shows us four completed Light Scoops. Each has a finished and occupied studio apartment on the second level. From the left, behind the three cypresses we see the back of the S.O.T. Building. Next to that is the back of Unit 10, Unit 9, the round stair-case tower of Unit 8, Unit 7 and Unit 6. The back of the East Crescent shows us four completed Light Scoops. Each has a finished and occupied studio apartment on the second level. From the left, behind the three cypresses we see the back of the S.O.T. Building. Next to that is the back of Unit 10, Unit 9, the round stair-case tower of Unit 8, Unit 7 and Unit 6. [Photo & text: sa] On the first floor of Unit 10 is an apartment with the living room in the Light Scoop space. On the first floor of Unit 9, the apartment has been designed for handicapped access. [Photo & text: sa] Construction team of volunteers and workshop participants is currently working on interior finishing of both apartments. This report continues on 8/22 and 8/24. [Photo & text: sa]last_img read more

Online music service Spotify could be about to cre

first_imgOnline music service Spotify could be about to create a new video entertainment unit with HBO Nordic as its content partner, according to local reports.Danish broadcaster TV2’s TV Beep site has reported that Spotify is in talks with HBO Nordic to redistribute its TV shows in the Nordic region. TV Beep cited unnamed sources as saying that Spotify planned to create a new division for TV and movies.It is not yet clear if Spotify will launch a new platform or adapt its existing one, the site reported. It has been reported elsewhere that Spotify is developing a web client to enable the use of the service without the need to install dedicated software, enabling it to reach a wider audience.In April Spotify hired Comcast product innovation chief Mike Berkley as vice-president of product. Berkley headed up Comcast’s X1 DVR project, working on new TV interfaces and mobile applications to facilitate content discovery. He was previously CEO of social TV pioneer SplashCast Media.last_img read more