Adding a little “white space” … More fun than plants and zombies? Entertainment value courtesy erkie and cnn.com
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(NECN: Washington) - A press conference was held this afternoon at the National Press Club in Washington, where at least a dozen former U.S. Air Force personnel, mostly officers who worked on secret projects connected to sensitive nuclear weapons sites, are admitting that they were privy to UFO and alien-related incidents — that occurred during their time of service. In this clip, you will...
In retrospect I realize that in almost everything that we worked on together, we...– Richard Feynman and The Connection Machine - The Long Now
As a rule, I am very careful to be shallow and conventional where depth and...– - Lucy Maud Montgomery
Comment on HufffPo’s post - Macrowikinomics: The Choice Between Atrophy or...– Commenter usna73 http://www.huffingtonpost.com/social/usna73/macrowikinomics-rebooting_b_741466_61935243.html
Good things happen when we seize the opportunity to contribute our ideas, our...– Twilight of the elites: Tapscott | Diane Francis | Financial Post
We are different physical beings from our ancestors. We think differently. Our...– Domesticated Cyborgs – Kevin Kelly | Quiet Babylon
It’s important to note that whether or not a tie is a bridge is dichotomous....– What Gladwell Gets Wrong: The Real Problem is Scale Mismatch (Plus, Weak and Strong Ties are Complementary and Supportive) | technosociology
More of than not, failure in innovation is rooted in not having asked an...– Innovation Killers: How Financial Tools Destroy Your Capacity to Do New Things - Clayton Christensen http://bit.ly/9IfVO3
Ivan Seidenberg said at the Goldman’s media conference this morning: “Young...– Verizon CEO just confirmed what many of us have suspected: cord cutting is a problem
This whole cord cutting does seem to be a bit the flavor of the month– Chase Carey warns of 3D misuse
By segmenting videos according to their fraction of social views, we find that...– Catching a Viral Video
Meet Nelson, Coupland, and Alice — the faces of tomorrow’s book. Watch global design and innovation consultancy IDEO’s vision for the future of the book. What new experiences might be created by linking diverse discussions, what additional value could be created by connected readers to one another, and what innovative ways we might use to tell our favorite stories and build community around...
The real-time Web so far, has created a race to the bottom in the labor force....– The Greasy, Fix-It ‘Web of Intent’ Vision
But after the investment, we lost our scrappy startup mentality and used our...– Where Realtime Worlds went wrong, part 3 | Luke Halliwell’s Weblog
Now, all societies recognize that free expression has its limits. We do not...– Remarks on Internet Freedom
The event was not intended to drive sales, but rather to honor the fans of...– McDonald’s social media chief: Foot traffic and check-ins are not the same | Econsultancy
Inevitably, Groupon will alienate both businesses and consumers if it...– The dark side of Groupon emerges | Econsultancy
…but slapping a GPL on your codebase and pushing it to Github does not...– Facebook Competitor Diaspora Hit With Security Criticisms | News & Opinion | PCMag.com
If no-one is prepared to conjure up our own versions of yesterday’s flying cars,...– BIG POTATOES | The London Manifesto for Innovation
There are three, and only three, models for organizing innovation that work.– The Surest Way to Destroy an Innovation Initiative - Chris Trimble - The Conversation - Harvard Business Review
Designed by NYU students, the Virtual Assignment Desk is an open-source Wordpress plug-in, so any registered user of nytimes.com will be able to access it. The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation is expected to support continued development of the Assignment Desk with a grant to be announced soon.
For these reasons the really new frontier is in editorial. I believe that the...– MinnPost - The paper book is dead, long live the narrative
The paper book is dead,” says the digital visionary Nicholas Negroponte.– Roll-Up Computers and Their Kin - NYTimes.com
Peter Gloor, Research Scientist, MIT talks about COINS - Collaborative Innovation Networks. Peter shares his insights into the value people and new ideas bring to solving the big problems of the world. He describes what is important to him as a global leader in technology and how his passions have lead to new discoveries in creativity and innovation.
TEDxAtlanta Re:Solve Sep 14 2010
Ethan Zuckerman studies how the world — the whole world — uses new media to share information and moods across cultures, languages and platforms. But if what you’re looking for is serendipity, if you want to stumble onto somethingthat you didn’t know you needed, our main philosophy is to look to our social networks, to look for our friends. … You end up flocking...