Their raw comments provide a fascinating first-person, real-time reaction—without those annoying red and blue dial lines.
The full-length feature film Rethink Afghanistan is “the first real-time documentary,” says Greenwald.
John Avlon reports on the real-time test for the international community.
A staffer at the Japanese Red Cross is posting photographs in real-time from the relief agency's efforts around Sendai.
On one message board on the gay blog Queerty, the conflict is unfolding in real-time.
There are 7,000 hours of real-time footage shot on 20 cameras squeezed into 344 minutes of TV.
Anyone trying to make it otherwise is a villain in this high-stakes, real-time morality play.
It can also perform most of the calculations necessary for real-time guidance of the course of the experiments.
real-time interaction is fundamental to the context of focusing on nano-scale.
Could a written report of the operation substitute for the real-time event?
A term used to describe computer systems that update information at the same rate as they receive data.