Archive for December, 2011
In this video Chris Martenson, economic analyst at chrismartenson.com and author of ‘The Crash Course’, explains why he thinks that the coming 20 years are going to look completely unlike the last 20 years. In his presentation he focuses on the so-called three “Es”: Economy,
From the IBM Research Blog: “Editor’s note: This post about IBM’s 5 in 5 prediction of mind reading technology is by Kevin Brown of IBM Software Group’s Emerging Technologies. One of the many great things about working with the Emerging Technology Services team is that
By Glen Hiemstra | December 20th, 2011 I recently read a novelette by Bruce Sterling called Black Swan (A Cyberpunk Story). I was intrigued by what Sterling referred to as a “Memrister”. Within the context of the story, it was only clear that memristors were theoretical electronic
MediaBizBlogger Ed Keller writes: “As the trade press continues to focus on the year that was in 2011 and forecasts for the year to come in 2012, social media remains a hot topic of conversation. Two reports have come out recently making the case that
Found on Jonathan MacDonald’s Blog. Click Image to display ion full length.
By Glen Hiemstra | December 16th, 2011 (Read More) The Future of Marketing from Laughlin Constable on Vimeo. Glen Hiemstra is a futurist, author, speaker, consultant, and Founder of Futurist.com. To arrange for a speech, workshop or consultation contact Futurist.com.
Found on Mark Mulligan’s Music Industry Blog: “Following the disappointment of 2010, 2011 was always going to need to pack more punch. In some ways it did, and other ways it continued to underwhelm. On balance though the stage is set for an exciting 2012.
Report #2/2011 by Relax In The Air in Lausanne. Defining Social Networks in Switzerland 2011#2 View more presentations from Relax In The Air