Art Lindsey III

Art Lindsey III

Art Lindsey III is the Non-Editorial Operations Manager for SiliconANGLE Media. He is an internet broadcasting and podcasting pioneer, having partnered with Founding Editor Mark "Rizzn" Hopkins for more than a decade. Prior to working at SiliconANGLE, Art worked for Arts + Labs, a telecom policy interest under former White House press secretary Mike McCurry.He also served as a social media adviser to Andrea Tantaros of Fox News. In his spare time, Art enjoys traveling the country to verbally joust with politicians and operatives (when he's not eschewing sleep for XBox). Art lives in Peoria, Illinois, where he watches WWE and perpetually laments over the Chicago Bears.

Latest from Art Lindsey III

U.S. House Plans Mobile App Competition

This week, the U.S. House of Representatives plans to pass a resolution to institute a nationwide technology contest that would encourage students to develop apps for tablets and smartphones. The idea is the brainchild of Republican congresswoman Candice Miller of Michigan, and the contest would be run internally, and it will involve students from every […]

FCC to Allocate Additional Wi-Fi Spectrum

In a vote on Wednesday, the Federal communications commission moved forward with a plan to reserve additional frequencies for Wi-fi devices, an effort to reduce congestion in high traffic areas such as airports, hotels and the like.  It also intends to increase capacities in homes, which often have many devices in use. The change would […]

FCC Releases Study on ISP Quality of Service

The Federal Communications Commission released a report on Friday showing that most broadband providers in the United States deliver service at the speeds they advertise.  According to the report, the speeds average around 97% in relation to what ISPs claim during peak hours. Comcast, Cablevison, and Verizon’s fiber offerings all met or surpassed their advertised […]

Senate Proposes New Legislation to Woo Entrepreneurs Abroad

Senator Jerry Moran (R-KS) is leading a bipartisan group in the introduction of a new bill that would encourage foreign entrepreneurs to bring their new businesses to America. Named Startup Act 3.o, the legislation would allow said entrepreneurs to reside in the Unites States for three years, provided they employ five full-time workers who are […]

E-Commerce Taxation Finds New Life in Marketplace Fairness Act

The debate over the taxation of online purchases has begun again in congress. The Marketplace Fairness Act will be introduced by Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Republican Senators Mike Enzi (R-WY) and Lamar Alexander (R-TN).  The bill is expected to exempt from sales tax collection any merchant with $1 million in annual sales or less. […]

CISPA to House Intelligence Committee

The House Intelligence Committee will discuss cybersecurity threats, information sharing and CISPA during its first meeting of the year today. Committee chairman Mike Rogers (R-MI)  and Dutch Ruppersberger (D-MD) re-introduced the legislation yesterday, with Rogers, saying that the bill is more likely to pass following President Obama’s promise to sign an executive order earlier this […]

Report: America Among World’s Best in Broadband

A report released by the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation on Tuesday shows that access to quality broadband in the United States has increased significantly over the past few years. This of course has been a contentious topic for quite some time, with many detractors.  The report acknowledges this, and takes naysayers to task,  saying: […]

Windows Chief Steven Sinofsky Leaves Microsoft

Head  of Microsoft’s Windows division  Steven Sinofsky has tendered his resignation and is leaving the company effective immediately.  Julie Larson-Green will be promoted to lead all Windows software and hardware engineering.  No reason has been given at this time for Sinofsky’s departure. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer says of Sinofsky, ““I am grateful for the many […]

At The Pool Founder Alex Capecelatro Talks About Improving Real Life Social Experiences

Alex Capecelatro describes himself as a “programmer, designer, builder, and thinker” on At The Pool, the new social network he founded. At The Pool blends elements from Meetup, and Facebook to connect you like-minded people who love what you love. In the vein of recent social media services like Google+ and Highlight, At The Pool […]

New Media Minute: Social TV Buzz Doubles Year over Year; New Program Guide Weaves in Real-Time Buzz

  The growth of social activity in conversations and check-ins around TV programming has grown by about 91% year over year, according to a study by social TV tracking service Trendrr.TV. The company also uncovered several interesting trends regarding social activity for shows, news and live events, such as how Facebook is a more popular […]