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
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Earlier this month researchers at the Global Challenges Foundation released a thorough and unsettling look at what threatens human civilization. To give you an idea of the types of items that truly threaten us: number 1 on the list is A.I. and number 12 is Bad
What if we saw attention in the same way that we saw air or water, as a valuable resource that we hold in common? Perhaps, if we could envision an “attentional commons,” then we could figure out how to protect it. Read more from The
By Tim Cole What you see is what you get. But what if what you see isn’t “real” but in fact part of the virtual world? Digitalization and networking are transforming our perception of reality itself? The digital world is increasingly invading and becoming part of
Watch Gerd Leonhard speak to the Sanoma Lab about how large companies can be just as innovative as start-ups. A special thanks to Jonathan Marks, Christopher Marks and Sanoma Lab NL for making this happen.
Facebook’s already considerable power in media is about to become dominant. The social network has already shown the ability to put content in front of millions of people at will, boosting traffic for media companies (particularly to smartphones). Now, it has turned that force toward
Watch Rohit’s keynote exploring the multi-sensory future of augmented reality at the Metaio annual conference in Munich.
By Tim Cole Newspapers are dying – and so what else is new? New Orleans, a metropolis of some 380.000 and number 51 in the list of the largest US cities is without its own daily, since the Time-Picayune went online-only in May 2012. Previously,
Crowdsourced services are on-demand and cost-effective, they have less overhead and more access to global talent. However, the quality can be sub-par and they present some new challenges. How can we make crowdsourced services more effective and efficient? Where do we go from here?
After a month, Rhinehart published the results of his experiment in a blog post, titled “How I Stopped Eating Food.” The post has a “Eureka!” tone. The chemical potion, Rhinehart reported, was “delicious! I felt like I’d just had the best breakfast of my life.”