Rewards by understanding risk

“Our doubts are traitors and make us lose the good we oft might win by fearing to attempt.” William Shakespeare, Measure […]

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10 months ago

Curated Co-Working Environments : The next level of independent working

There was a recent story on National Public Radio highlighting the increase in independent workers and their desire to find […]

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1 year ago

From the Tanagram Archives : Crowdsourcing

I  was listening to NPR and they had another story about crowd sourcing and a gym shoe company in Seattle […]

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1 year ago

Losing a SmartPhone, but gaining trust in the Cloud

We never really think about losing our smart phone because it is never supposed to happen to us. It seems […]

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1 year ago

What is Old is New Again

” . . . we are clinging as never before to the familiar in matters of style and culture.” Kurt […]

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1 year ago

Two Views on Reading’s Future

I recently attended two lectures on the future of the book. This topic is close to me for two reasons […]

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1 year ago

The Twist of Reality

With all the focus around augmented reality, the trend to geolocate and post data layers on top of specific locations […]

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1 year ago

Intriguing Visualizations of the Known Universe

A major conundrum of the human condition is “are we alone?” and “Is there a beginning, and an end?” The […]

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1 year ago

iWant iCloud

Apple recently announced the upcoming release of iCloud, their rehabilitated cloud service that will integrate desktop, iPad, and iPhone as […]

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1 year ago

A Digital Fire in the Belly : Interview with Nate Burgos of Design Feast

I rarely meet people in design who embody the type of quiet and consistent commitment to excellence—with a degree of […]

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1 year ago