Michael Kaufman AIADateline: Technophile, Inventor, Father, Reimagined Human
First Published: Jan 21, 2011 / Last Published: Mar 15, 2011
By merging a passion for new and emerging technologies with professional experience as a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Michael Kaufman has become recognized as an expert in the area of the user's experience of consumer technology. Michael Kaufman has combined years of professional expertise as an Architect with a passion for cutting-edge technology by launching the Architechnologist – a website dedicated to exploring/highlighting/promoting the emerging technology that affects how we interact with and experience the world around us. Most importantly, the focus will be on the end-user's view of new hardware, software and everything in-between (call it "elseware"). Available to both established brands and start-ups, Michael provides access to his unique knowledge and insights in addition to services as advocate, technology advisor and consultant. A long-time resident of lower Manhattan, Michael is the Technology Editor at DOWNTOWN Magazine (both print and online), focusing on technology companies, personalities and events south of Houston Street and in the greater Manhattan area. Michael has appeared as the featured interview on IdeaMensch.com, is one of the eMinutes "First 500 Entrepreneurs" and serves as a judge for both the Mobile Apps Showdown and the Innovations Design and Engineering Awards at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
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March 15, 2011
#1 Thing To Help Your Business? Location, Location, Location-Based Social Network
Business owners see location-based social networks and want to know, "what's in it for me?"
February 23, 2011
Paranormal Reality Game App Shows Augmented Activity
By fusing real and virtual worlds Ogmento is spearheading the next generation of real-world video games.
February 9, 2011
Ty One On—A Final Drink of the CES 2011 'Kool-Aid'
The Ty system won an Innovations award at CES 2011, and it deserved it.
February 2, 2011
More Missed Innovation From CES 2011
Two new wireless network cameras from D-Link allow non-technical setup and integrated access from mobile devices.in Gadgets
January 25, 2011
Clean Those Goggles, It's Time For Window Shopping with GoldRun.
An installment of a continuing "Enhanced Environment" series.in Advertising
January 21, 2011
Who Could Overlook This Monster?
Monster Cable's PowerNet provides wired ethernet to anywhere with an outlet.