Posts Tagged ‘social‘

Disruptive Technologies Transforming the Government-Citizen Relationship

David Raths proposes an interesting selection of disruptive technologies in eight critical areas of government, ranging from public safety to health to transportation. Powerful combinations of digital, mobile, social, geographic and video innovations already are changing the public’s expectations and the services available. Can government agencies seize

Emotion in marketing: How our brains decide which content is shareable

This post originally appeared on the Buffer blog and has been republished with permission. Every day it seems like we feel hundreds of different emotions – each nuanced and specific to the physical and social situations we find ourselves in. from Pocket https://ift.tt/NgI9SM via TNW

Google+ isn’t a social network; it’s The Matrix (Made me think)

Link: Google+ isn’t a social network; it’s The Matrix (Made me think) That’s where the “Matrix” part come in. Next time you’re searching for something, or looking on a map, or searching on YouTube, you’ll see what Google has decided are the “most relevant” results

A third industrial revolution | The Economist (must read )

Link: A third industrial revolution | The Economist (must read ) Digitisation in manufacturing will have a disruptive effect every bit as big as in other industries that have gone digital, such as office equipment, telecoms, photography, music, publishing and films. And the effects will

Can Banks Delight Customers? – Forbes

Link: Can Banks Delight Customers? – Forbes Banks have often pursued what Fred Reichheld calls “bad profits”. Retail banks still depend on “nuisance fees” for one-third of their earnings.[2] Banks have used algorithms that process the largest checks first each day, so that depositors will

Why We’re Not At The Biggest Tech Show In The World

Link: Why We’re Not At The Biggest Tech Show In The World there are now four technology companies that truly matter to people: Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google. None of them are at CES. Gerd adds: the victory of ‘experience’ over ‘stuff’ ? January 07, 2013

Confronting the end of ‘offline’ | SmartPlanet

Link: Confronting the end of ‘offline’ | SmartPlanet Lots of companies know about you,” Athey said. “But knowing what you want to buy now — that contextual information is so much more powerful.” It’s why search ads sell better than display ads. The problem? “If

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