Posts Tagged ‘media‘

The Future of Media

Futurist Gerd Leonhard at Media Future Week in Almere, NL Futurist Gerd Leonhard discusses the future of media, content and entertainment at Media Future Week 2011 in Almere see http://www.mediafutureweek.nl/ More videos (most of the other presentations) can be found at http://www.vimeo.com/album/1602774 See http://www.slideshare.net/gleonhard/p… for the PDF

What exactly is the Internet of Things? #IoT

One of the best resources on the Internet of Things can be found on Postscapes.com. The website includes lots of information on the subject: articles, books, websites, media, organisations, events, and IoT Stack and an IoT Toolkit. Check out this excellent infographic below by postscapes and

2015: The Year of Findable Data

2015 Internet Trends Report from Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers The number of photos uploaded and shared, over five selected platforms, almost quadrupled between 2012 and 2013, and Meeker sees the number of photos uploaded to rise by 600m per day during 2014, from 1.2bn

Keynote slides : The Future of News According to Ross Dawson

Below you will find Ross Dawson’s slides from his opening keynote at the International News Media Association (INMA) World Congress in New York this year. Ross has recently refocused on the future of news and media, and in this presentation he shares the many opportunities

Drones, Wearables & VR to Transform Media

While wearables emerge beyond this, extending to embedded microchips to digitized contact lenses and even clothing, we will likely continue to see the survival of the slightly larger screen for deeper content engagement. Essentially these changes mean we will be able to see more, faster,

IBM’s Policy on Social Media – Jon Iwata

In today’s never-unplugged world, you’re never not a spokesperson for your company. Everything you say on social media is intrinsically linked to your employer’s brand. Read more from Big Think

New Media – Dave Pell

The most difficult part of the transition from old media to new is over. It was plenty bloody and there are still many open wounds to suture. But this is not the time to give up and it’s not the time to give in to