The trends around supporting the idea of play as a way to learn systems co-relates to the increasing acceptance of hacking society.
Siri and the Kinect are too different interpretations of the future of computing.
Within a decade, New York could displace Silicon Valley as the epicenter of the technology world.
The next decade is going to be a huge decade for the gaming space, bringing attention to it in the same way as the 1990s were the internet dotcom decade.
In this first piece in a series, I look at ownership vs. renting, the result of a number of observations throughout the last few months.
Where I try to read the tea leaves and divine what new gadgets will be coming this year and the trends they will engender.
Looking at the fluctuation of the Dow over the last few weeks, I noticed a pattern of increased volatility. In this entry, I try to present some of what I’m looking at and hope that readers will help me better understand that data.
I’m a big fan of TechMeme, a web aggregation service that provides, at a glance, a few of what’s being discussed in the technology-focused part of the blogosphere. It has allowed me to unsubscribe from a large number of RSS feeds that were providing me with redundant information and I’ve long hoped for a version […]
According to recent research, the digital divide may include people who are not interested in getting online. The implication of this are enormous, impacting areas like E-government initiative. The idea of providing more services online allows corporations and government to reduce costs by encouraging self service. However, if a number of people decide that there […]
If blogging is to replace journalism, it has to do a better job than current journalists. Even journalists are now decrying the low quality of reporting. Of note: “CEOs describe business journalists as lacking a basic understanding of how businesses operate.” Now that’s pretty scary. If you cover something, shouldn’t you at least understand its […]