Posts Tagged ‘Leonhard‘

The Morning Briefing: The state of food in 2012 | SmartPlanet

Link: The Morning Briefing: The state of food in 2012 | SmartPlanet 4.) Enough to go round but millions still starve. Food has never been such a global issue. Some 1.5bn overweight and obese adults share the planet with 870m chronically hungry people, and governments

The Morning Briefing: The state of food in 2012 | SmartPlanet

Link: The Morning Briefing: The state of food in 2012 | SmartPlanet 4.) Enough to go round but millions still starve. Food has never been such a global issue. Some 1.5bn overweight and obese adults share the planet with 870m chronically hungry people, and governments

Mobile Futures: rebooting everything

Link: Mobile Futures: rebooting everything It’s not only newspapers and magazines that are wrestling with this – though, of course, the announcement by Newsweek that it’s going digital-only next year shows that they’re in the frontline. (“Is Heaven real? Newsweek intends to find out”, as

big data snippets

Link: big data snippets A Wall Street Journal analysis estimates that the typical American doing everyday activities ends up having data being collected about him or her in 20 different ways (i.e. cell phone location, web searches and online purchases) — and more than half

Why Google, Not Facebook, Knows Your Darkest Secrets

Link: Why Google, Not Facebook, Knows Your Darkest Secrets “Google is no longer organizing the world’s public information; that’s doing an increasingly fine job of organizing itself. Google is keeping the world’s secrets” Good piece — made me think Is this a Faustian bargain ?? November

Why It’s Important To Integrate Honesty Into Your Brand | Co.Exist

Link: Why It’s Important To Integrate Honesty Into Your Brand | Co.Exist The biggest misconception is that brand perfection is necessary before honesty is a valid brand strategy. Yet ask any couple that’s been married for 30 years and they’ll tell you this: being honest

Fight Growing Over Online Royalties – NYTimes.com

Link: Fight Growing Over Online Royalties – NYTimes.com Sirius, for example, pays 8 percent of its revenue to record companies and artists. Pandora pays a fraction of a cent each time a song is streamed, which last year amounted to about 54 percent of its