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Nicholas Lea

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X-Files GalaxyCon Q&A Panel (Annabeth Gish, Nicholas Lea, & Brian Thompson)

GalaxyCon Live

In a previously recorded live GalaxyCon Q&A for X-Files, Annabeth Gish "Monica Reyes", Nicholas Lea "Alex Krycek", and Brian Thompson "Alien Bounty Hunter" all answer fan questions.Originally aired live on October 10, 2020.

50mins

4 Feb 2021

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On Acting Podcast: Nicholas Lea

On Acting

Nicholas Lea is a Canadian actor best known for his portrayal of Alex Krycek on The X-Files and of Tom Foss on Kyle XY. Lea’s first major role was on the television series The Commish where he played Officer Enrico Caruso from 1991 to 1994. It was during this time that he had a minor […] The post On Acting Podcast: Nicholas Lea appeared first on .

1hr 14mins

2 Jul 2017

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How the Internet of Things is turning HVAC into an operating system - with Nicholas Lea of Nortec

UNTETHER.tv - Mobile strategy and tactics (video) | Pervasive Computing | Internet of things

I know what you are thinking, what does the heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) industry have to do with the Internet of Things? I had my trepidations heading into this episode as well. Because, really, what can a bunch of guys who balance temperature teach me about mobile and IoT. Right?Turns out, they aren't as far back in the dark ages as I thought...In fact, they have been waiting for the technology to emerge and become affordable for quite some time.Meet Nick Lea, Global Product Manager at Nortec Humidity, they build the equipment that helps us stay cool or warm and healthy. His is a grand vision of what was once a simple industry. As he says, they've just about done everything they can to control our environment from an efficiency standpoint, and now they are looking at what's next. That's what this conversation is about. When you think of all the plumbing and infrastructure that goes into homes and building that are equipped with a current and access to a network, the world of HVAC, mixed with a little IoT, becomes VERY interesting. Full show notes can be found here.

31 Oct 2014