40 Apps to Freedom: Planetary by @databloom
The linear procession of symbolic images is primitive and abstract to reality. With an enhanced internet-brain, communication will be embedded into our visual/ auditory field. As fast as you can see, you can exchange information. What was once a literary abstraction, is now a premeditated hallucination. You won’t read a set list, you will rock the heavens with a gesture. Pythagoras be...
What Does It Take To Be a Social Strategist?
Analog Inbox: Belle
What Everyday Life is Telling You It’s safe to assume that the majority of people are looking for change or fighting against change right now. They may not realize it so plainly, but it’s in their thoughts, prayers, mumbled under their breath and in every worry their mind replays ad nauseam. The truth is, those messages, worries and thoughts are getting “answered”, but you might not notice them...
Part 2: WTF happened to the music biz?
The music industry is failing. For years album sales have been falling and hi-profile artists have been leaving the once-comfortable shelter of the major labels. The current worldwide economic depression isn’t helping, either. Concert ticket sales have been slumping for the last 3 years, although more people than ever are going to festivals such as Lollapalooza and Coachella. Yet 80 years ago...
Tumblr Lands $85 Million in Funding - NYTimes.com →
caterpillarcowboy: On Monday, the company will announce it raised $85 million in fresh financing. The round was led by Greylock Partners and Insight Venture Partners, and the Chernin Group, Richard Branson, Spark Capital, Union Square Ventures and Sequoia Capital also contributed. To date, the company has raised roughly $40 million in funding. Amazing, guys. Kudos.
Google Wallet: The Good, Bad and Ugly →
sabeenahmad: This Google Wallet phenomenon is pretty amazing. Though with the starbucks card app kind of leading the way, the concept of using your phone in lieu of pulling out your wallet, is not a new one. Still, this concept is most likely the next step in the adventures of our ever-evolving smartphones. My quick take? The Good = The obvious. Convenient, easy, and almost always on...
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The Rundown: Google Chrome
The Rundown: Google released their web browser Chrome as a beta for Windows on September 2, 2008. Initially, I downloaded the installer and checked it out and it seemed to be a decent browser. At the time I was a heavy Mozilla Firefox user so I had little use for a secondary web browser so at first Google Chrome got no love from me. Thanks to Microsoft’s dominance majority desktops and laptops...
Erich Radstake: Today's Startup: Quotengine →
radstake: Today’s internet startup Quotegine is an online tool that enables you to create dynamic and professional business proposals. Quotegine proposals are much more powerful than a standard Word document. They are easier to create, have more features, are interactive and provide trackable results….
gladadam: I went and took a little over 200 pictures this morning (not all of them quality—my 3 year old helped). This is how a hot air balloon is blown up, smashed into 21 seconds.
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A Look at the Growing 'Work From Home' Phenomenon
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The Rundown: September 11, 2001
The Rundown: September 11, 2001 By: Jason Roberts At 8:49 a.m. on a Sept. 11, 2001, CNN got the first report of a plane hitting one of the World Trade Center towers. - http://goo.gl/tGcF7 On the morning of September 11, 2001 I was at my father’s house seeing my grandparents off as they headed back home to Florida. At that time I worked part time for my father’s company so we were...
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The Rundown: Gmail
By: Jason Roberts April 1, 2004 marked the end of email dominance for AOL and Yahoo. That is the date when Gmail was launched as an invitation-only Beta. Like many others I had a Yahoo and Hotmail email account at the time and I was quite curious to find out what the all chatter was in regards to Google’s entry into the email race. I eventually scored an invite and set up my Gmail acct...
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