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about 9 hours ago

Originally posted on Quartz:

The casual outfit that Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg sported in front of elegantly dressed bankers and investors just before his company went public generated much clamor in the media. While some observers…

about 20 hours ago

Originally posted on TechCrunch:

Editor’s note:Dan Ruch is the founder and CEO of Rocketrip.

The foundations of the business-travel ecosystem are under more strain than ever before. U.S. companies are projected to spend $310 billion on business tr…

Mar 26, 15

New York is an iconic city with a rich history of innovation. I have a lot of family in New York and grew up visiting the city. Now that I’m living in Seattle, thousands of miles away, I don’t get to visit very often. However, I thought it might be …

Mar 21, 15

plerudulier:

Truth be told, I can hardly understand what those guys say even though it is obviously in french. ^_^

Originally posted on GEOGRAPHY EDUCATION:

For more than half a century, one small commercial radio station has been keeping French …

Mar 17, 15

It’s now possible to sell a new product to hundreds of millions of people without needing many, if any, workers to produce or distribute it.

At its prime in 1988, Kodak, the iconic American photography company, had 145,000 employees. In 2012, Kodak…

Mar 16, 15

What actually constitutes technology non-use can become a deceptively complex question. Non-use could be understood as the absence of action and, as such, may not be amenable to study through methods traditionally used to study participants’ actions…

Mar 15, 15

More than 20 years ago, the psychologist Arthur Aron succeeded in making two strangers fall in love in his laboratory. Last summer, I applied his technique in my own life, which is how I found myself standing on a bridge at midnight, staring into a …

Mar 13, 15

BEIJING is an enormous city, sprawling over an area 10 times larger than Greater London. To get around China’s capital, many residents rely on the metro, swiping a smartcard each time they jump on or off. Could their swiping patterns reveal their cl…

Mar 09, 15

Organizations are not used to deal with communities. 

Communities are made of passion, energy, relationships and knowledge. Human beings are the main ingredient. Their inner dynamics are not deterministic, nonlinear and very hard to predict. They a…

Mar 06, 15

“Robo-investing” – using computer algorithms rather than humans to manage your investments – is a white-hot sector attracting lots of start-up cash.

There are now several companies here in the US promising that their algorithms can get more bang fo…

Feb 27, 15

Originally posted on TIME:

Leonard Nimoy, the actor who played Spock on Star Trek, died Friday. He was 83 and had lung disease. “I loved him like a brother,” said William Shatner, who starred alongside Nimoy as Captain Kirk. “We will all miss his h…

Feb 27, 15

The customer journey map is an oriented graph that describes the journey of a user by representing the different touchpoints that characterize his interaction with the service.

In this kind of visualization, the interaction is described step by ste…

Feb 25, 15

Originally posted on Global News:

PARIS – Unidentified drones flew over the Eiffel Tower and key Paris landmarks for a second night running, further baffling French authorities who are investigating the mysterious phenomenon at a time of high secur…

Feb 23, 15

Originally posted on I am a Bridge:

Digital diaspora in the enterprise: Arrival of the CDO and CCO | ZDNet.

When they write the history of the early days of the networked era, it will be noted that the centralization of technology services in most…

Feb 22, 15

Originally posted on plerudulier:

It so happened that I recently acquired a new home. Until then, since I changed job, in June 2014, and moved to Burgundy (from Normandy), I had been renting a place something I was getting really tired of.

Il se t…

Feb 22, 15

It could be said that the job of bridge toll collector was invented in San Francisco. In 1968, the Golden Gate Bridge became the world’s first major bridge to start employing people to take tolls.

But in 2013 the bridge where it all began went elec…

Feb 19, 15

Originally posted on Gigaom:

Did someone declare this to be “let’s all make the iPad better with stylus support” week and not tell me? First we had Astropad, a $50 app that turns Apple’s slate into a graphics tablet, and now Microsoft is bringing o…

Feb 16, 15

Originally posted on iRevolutions:

I’ve been looking forward to blogging about my team’s latest research on crisis computing for months; the delay being due to the laborious process of academic publishing, but I digress. I’m now able to make their …

Feb 16, 15

Originally posted on Gigaom:

Every few years there is a new “next big thing” in the fast-changing computing industry. Sometimes these “next big things” have proven to be fads or simply repackaged versions of what has come before. But sometimes the …

Feb 15, 15

How would you like to live in an economy where robots do everything that can be predictably programmed in advance, and almost all profits go to the robots’ owners?

Meanwhile, human beings do the work that’s unpredictable – odd jobs, on-call project…

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