Link: “The year of the tablet: Gartner predicts global shipments will finally overtake PCs in 2015″

“Research firm Gartner is predicting that 2015 will be the year in which the number of tablet devices finally overtakes the number of PCs shipped worldwide. The company’s latest report foresees that the number of traditional PCs (that includes both desktops and notebooks) and ultramobile devices will reach 317 million in 2015, up slightly from its estimate of 308 million for this year. In contrast, Gartner estimates that the number of tablet devices will increase from 256 million in 2014 to 321 million in 2015.” Von Jon Russell > Weiter bei The Next Web

Neue Gegenwart Nr. 59

“Man sollte den Nahbereich, in dem man als gerätelose, pure Person existiert, nicht aus dem Blick verlieren. Nahsehen ist das unterschätzteste Nichtmedium des 21. Jahrhunderts – um es mal paradox auszudrücken.”

Peter Glaser in Neue Gegenwart Nr. 59

Chris Anderson: How web video powers global innovation

“TED’s Chris Anderson says the rise of web video is driving a worldwide phenomenon he calls Crowd Accelerated Innovation — a self-fueling cycle of learning that could be as significant as the invention of print. But to tap into its power, organizations will need to embrace radical openness. And for TED, it means the dawn of a whole new chapter …”

Weiter bei TED.com

Link: “Can Tumblr Topple Twitter?”

“Different social networking platforms serve different purposes. They AREN’T all in direct competition and many complement each other.”

Paul Sawers, The Next Web (Weiterlesen bei The Next Web)

Rotkäppchen

von Tomas Nilsson

Link: Holographic telepresence demonstrated (Nature)

“A practical method of producing truly three-dimensional images that do not require the viewer to wear special eyewear would have many potential applications – in telemedicine, mapping and entertainment, for instance. True 3D holographic displays have so far lacked the capability of updating images with sufficient speed to convey movement. Now, a team working at the University of Arizona’s College of Optical Sciences and Nitto Denko Technical Corporation in Oceanside, California, has developed a system that updates images at close to real-time.”  Weiterlesen (Nature)

Link: “Drive a Robotic Mitsubishi From Your Desktop” (Wired)

“On Monday, Mitsubishi debuted the Outlander Sport Live Drive, a unique test drive where anyone stuck at work, sitting in an airport or lying in bed can pilot a car on a test course in LA.” Weiterlesen (Wired/Autopia)

“Theatre of War”

“Shot in Saddam Hussein’s hilltop palace in the mountains overlooking the River Tigris, Theatre of War is a slow, virtually static video piece redolent of classical history painting. Audio was recorded at the official US military hand-over ceremony at the nearby city of Saniya. A mullah’s prayer for unity among Arabs is spoken, after which the pan-Arab national anthem, Mawtini (My Homeland) is played, emphasizing Arab national solidarity and a pan-Arab territory. Made in Iraq in March 2009. Cinematography and Editing by Trevor Tweeten. Digital Color and Post Production by Jerome Thelia.” Vimeo-Credits: Richard Mosse.

Link: “Times paywall – who pays what then…”

“How does the Times’s 105,000 paywall number break down – and what’s it all worth?” Weiterlesen (Guardian.co.uk/Media)

The Face of Facebook

“Mark Zuckerberg founded Facebook in his college dorm room six years ago. Five hundred million people have joined since, and eight hundred and seventy-nine of them are his friends.” Weiterlesen (The New Yorker)

American Empire Builder (by Sean Pecknold)

“So here is an overly dramatic and incredibly boring video of the 3 day trip in just 10 minutes. Shot on everyones favorite rolling shutter camera the Canon 7d.”

Pages: Prev 1 2 3 ...5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Next