Sarcastic Gamer takes a look at the future.
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This is the result of TAT's Open Innovation experiment. It is an experience video showing the future of screen technology with stretchable screens, transparent screens and e-ink displays, to name a few.
Technology has many benefits, one of which is to make us more efficient workers. And throughout the 20th and 21st centuries, productivity has increased as technology has made it easier for us to work faster and connect with our fellow workers. This is a look at the United States's labor force's productivity.via awesome.good.is
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This Timeline of 20th c. Art and New Media was created to include relationships between art, new media art, science, technology, war and media theory.via www.rchoetzlein.com
Marketers are spying on Internet users -- observing and remembering people's clicks, and building and selling detailed dossiers of their activities and interests. The Wall Street Journal's What They Know series documents the new, cutting-edge uses of this Internet-tracking technology. The Journal analyzed the tracking files installed on people's computers by the 50 most popular U.S. websites, plus WSJ.com. The Journal also built an "exposure index" -- to determine the degree to which each site exposes visitors to monitoring -- by studying the tracking technologies they install and the privacy policies that guide their use.via blogs.wsj.com
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Web analytics consists of technology and techniques to measure what is happening on a website. It seeks to help improve the site from both a visitor and owner’s perspective.
With the help of several people on the iCrossing analytics team, this image to show how it all fits together. Let me know what you think!via greatfinds.icrossing.com
Our health is in the hands of robots.via www.rasmussen.edu