Google Correlate

2/09/2011 @ 22:00 UTC

nelson : Google Correlate - finds queries that match the trend you drew for the last seven years

Andy Baio : Google Correlate searches trends by drawing - Austin Kleon fed Vonnegut's story shapes in with amusing results  [via]

The Web Is Dead. Long Live the Internet

18/08/2010 @ 20:00 UTC

Linkorama : The Web Is Dead. Long Live the Internet - Two decades after its birth, the World Wide Web is in decline, as simpler, sleeker services — think apps — are less about the searching and more about the getting. Chris Anderson explains how this new paradigm reflects the inevitable course of capital

Jaron Lanier on the Internet: World Wide Mush - WSJ.com

13/01/2010 @ 21:00 UTC

Linkorama : Jaron Lanier on the Internet: World Wide Mush - WSJ.com - While I don't agree with it, I appreciate Jaron's view

Loic Le Meur Blog: 30 predictions for the future of Twitter

2/11/2009 @ 04:00 UTC

Linkorama : Loic Le Meur Blog: 30 predictions for the future of Twitter

A Virtual Revolution Is Brewing for Colleges - washingtonpost.com

14/09/2009 @ 18:00 UTC

Linkorama : A Virtual Revolution Is Brewing for Colleges - washingtonpost.com - When this happens -- be it in 10 years or 20 -- we will see a structural disintegration in the academy akin to that in newspapers now. The typical 2030 faculty will likely be a collection of adjuncts alone in their apartments, using recycled syllabuses an

deusx : A Virtual Revolution Is Brewing for Colleges - washingtonpost.com - "If the mainstream of "college teaching" becomes a set of atomistic, underpaid adjuncts, we'll lose a precious academic tradition that is not easily replaced."

Five New Smart (Tech) Technologies

9/07/2009 @ 05:01 UTC

Linkorama : Five New Smart (Tech) Technologies - While at first glance you would not think an economic downturn is good for product development, at second glance you'll find lots of reasons for new products and companies to appear during bleak economic times. As a result, this recession could prove

Who will save the tables?

15/05/2009 @ 09:00 UTC

Anil : Who will save the tables? - About a decade ago, the web development industry made a decisive shift towards support for web standards. Though the effort encompassed many related efforts around HTML, CSS, the DOM and related technologies, perhaps the signature work of the movement was

Who will save the tables?

4/04/2009 @ 09:00 UTC

Anil : Who will save the tables? - About a decade ago, the web development industry made a decisive shift towards support for web standards. Though the effort encompassed many related efforts around HTML, CSS, the DOM and related technologies, perhaps the signature work of the movement was

Who will save the tables?

3/04/2009 @ 22:00 UTC

Anil : Who will save the tables? - About a decade ago, the web development industry made a decisive shift towards support for web standards. Though the effort encompassed many related efforts around HTML, CSS, the DOM and related technologies, perhaps the signature work of the movement was

Are we headed into an era of "dumb tech?"

21/03/2009 @ 20:00 UTC

Linkorama : Are we headed into an era of "dumb tech?" - he message, formerly vacation snapshots or the latest Bing Crosby, was defined by the medium onto which it was impressed. Now, the message is a free-floating, amorphous thing, and the less that gets between the consumer and the message the better — henc

Top Predictions | workforce.com

28/02/2009 @ 19:00 UTC

Linkorama : Top Predictions | workforce.com - The forecast, divided among six workforce categories, includes "There will be more emphasis on collaboration and using technology to support it."

The Economy According To Mint

30/01/2009 @ 23:00 UTC

Linkorama : The Economy According To Mint - Is it Great Depression bad? That’s a qualitative question I can’t answer. But what the data, the hard facts, mean for you – if you run a consumer business – is that your customers are spending $400 less each month than they were a year ago, have b

Digital guru Clay Shirky's media forecast and predictions for 2009 | Media | The Guardian

9/01/2009 @ 04:00 UTC

Linkorama : Digital guru Clay Shirky's media forecast and predictions for 2009 | Media | The Guardian - The year ahead in the media The shape of things to come A self-confessed 'pretty unlikely early adopter', the digital guru Clay Shirky still proved to be uncannily prescient about the impact of the web - which is why Tom Teodorczuk is getting hi

Interview with Clay Shirky, Part I : CJR

7/01/2009 @ 18:01 UTC

Linkorama : Interview with Clay Shirky, Part I : CJR - CJR’s Russ Juskalian recently spoke with Shirky about knowledge, the Internet, and why we shouldn’t worry about information overload. The second part of the interview can be found here.

Time to Leave the Laptop Behind

27/10/2008 @ 20:00 UTC

Linkorama : Time to Leave the Laptop Behind - For more mobile workers, phones increasingly give them much of what they need -- with a lot less hassle

Next Mobile Opportunities

25/08/2008 @ 21:01 UTC

Linkorama : Next Mobile Opportunities - Thus, together, the Right of Way model can generate global revenues (in 2 years) equivalent to that of Paid Search in 2005. Put another way, the mobile monetisation (version 2: Subscriptions Right of Way) lags Internet monetisation (version 2: Paid Search

To Reach Prolific Content Sharers, Lay Off the Humor

22/08/2008 @ 15:01 UTC

Linkorama : To Reach Prolific Content Sharers, Lay Off the Humor - the most savvy and prolific viral sharers prefer spreading news more than humor.

Open Source and Cloud Computing - O'Reilly Radar

2/08/2008 @ 22:00 UTC

veen : Open Source and Cloud Computing - O'Reilly Radar - "if you care about open source for the cloud, build on services that are designed to be federated rather than centralized. Architecture trumps licensing any time."

NYT's roundup of home electricity monitoring tech

27/07/2008 @ 09:00 UTC

Andy Baio : NYT's roundup of home electricity monitoring tech - isn't it against the utilities' best interest to provide tools to monitor and reduce usage?

veen : Prototype - Finding and Fixing a Home’s Power Hogs - NYTimes.com - “We have all the technology we want in our cellphones and plasma TVs and cars, but in electricity we’re still like our grandparents were."

joshua : Prototype - Finding and Fixing a Home’s Power Hogs - NYTimes.com

How to Change the World: $4,824.13 for Legal Fees

17/07/2008 @ 19:00 UTC

veen : How to Change the World: $4,824.13 for Legal Fees

How We Built an iPhone App for $4873.92 | None | Gifter

17/07/2008 @ 19:00 UTC

veen : How We Built an iPhone App for $4873.92 | None | Gifter

How To Build A Web App in Four Days For $10,000 (Say Hello To Matt)

17/07/2008 @ 19:00 UTC

veen : How To Build A Web App in Four Days For $10,000 (Say Hello To Matt)

Drivers of Change

26/06/2008 @ 00:00 UTC

philgyford : Drivers of Change - A thing from Arup that would be directly up the street of me eight years ago. And maybe sometime in the future. (via City of Sound)

Kevin Kelly and Brian Eno predict unthinkable futures from 1993

19/06/2008 @ 19:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Kevin Kelly and Brian Eno predict unthinkable futures from 1993 - "it costs half a day's pay to drive your car into the downtown area of a big city"

philgyford : Conceptual Trends and Current Topics - Unthinkable Futures - I like this kind of "thinking the unthinkable" as a way to come up with new ideas about what the future could be. So easy to get stuck thinking about the most likely outcomes otherwise.

At The Churchill Club: The Top 10 Tech Trends

15/05/2008 @ 17:05 UTC

Linkorama : At The Churchill Club: The Top 10 Tech Trends - And that’s it. Lots of mobile phone predictions. Green energy. Water. And more phones.

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