Posts Tagged ‘technology’

5 years from now…

IBM's predictions of five years from now

339 x served & 83 x viewed…you’ll no longer be amazed! What might seem incred­ible today will be quite nat­ur­al to most of us five years from now. Douglas Adams – author of the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy – explained to us that 

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Unbreakable?

Samsung Galaxy Skin concept

304 x served & 49 x viewedSam­sung Galaxy has shown a new type of dis­play that can fold into two or four parts and can take the bang of a ham­mer without break­ing. The thin bend­able dis­play is (sup­posed to be) made of a graphene AMOLED mater­i­al that make it flex­ible and thin as a […]

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Being creative in She-left-you

Creative Summit is held in the North of Sweden during two days in June. Great minds from all over the world will gather to share, talk and think about how the communication industry will evolve in the future. Will I be seeing you there?

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Urbanized – an amazing story

Cityscape

320 x served & 59 x viewe­dOver half the world’s pop­u­la­tion now lives in an urb­an area, and 75% will call a city home by 2050. But not all cit­ies are exper­i­en­cing growth, some are actu­ally shrink­ing.Urb­an­ized is a fas­cin­at­ing doc­u­ment­ary about cit­ies, look­ing at strategies behind urb­an design of…

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This is Important!

Clay Shirky at the TED offices, January 2012

Clay Shirky explains the real prob­lem with the SOPA/PIPA bill that the US Con­gress is about to make into a legis­la­tion that threatens to close down the Inter­net.

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Curiosity killed the cat …Not!

137 x served & 56 x viewedNo, curi­os­ity is some­thing good. Today there’s even talk about not killing young children’s curi­os­ity dur­ing their first school years. Amaz­ing if that will hap­pen with­in reas­on­able time… Per­son­ally, I am devoted to make a liv­ing from my curi­os­ity. People used to say that…

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Stuff that doesn’t work – yet

176 x served & 66 x viewedI just remembered a really inspir­ing talk at Guldäggs­dagarna 2010. This was almost a year ago, but I believe it is still well worth shar­ing. Click image to play video. Faris Yakob was Chief Tech­no­logy Strategist of McCann Erikson in New York, and is...