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bombtune:

  • Images that get tweeted natively on the Twitter platform aren’t good enough for Instagram.
  • Facebook is intentionally boring and useful to keep you coming back.
  • People see your Tweets but don’t always respond either because they’re busy, lazy, or can’t generate a countering thought.
  • It’s…

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This is definitely the product to watch. The fuel band API and the experimentation going on in the world of micro-controller programming (e.g., quad-rotors, arduinos, etc.) is  breaking new (and exciting) ground in the tech sector.
(via Nike Opens Its Fuel Band API To Developers To Create A More Useful Product - PSFK)

This is definitely the product to watch. The fuel band API and the experimentation going on in the world of micro-controller programming (e.g., quad-rotors, arduinos, etc.) is  breaking new (and exciting) ground in the tech sector.

(via Nike Opens Its Fuel Band API To Developers To Create A More Useful Product - PSFK)

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If you’re interested in technology you should take some time out to watch this video. (via Jonathan Harris On His Journey To Build A Better Place For Human Storytelling [Video] - PSFK)

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"Perhaps we’ve gotten a little too seduced by the quest for the Next Big Thing. While it’s certain there will be a (smallcaps) next big thing — 3D printing, personal genomics, etc, that will redraw the boundaries of productivity, efficiency, effectiveness — perhaps, the biggest thing we need to face next is us."

The Next Big Thing - Umair Haque - Harvard Business Review

Elegant and brilliant. Some of my new thinking on tech is heading in this direction. I’m glad there are people sharing these sorts of ideas in “high places.”

Technology, media, and the creative economy are extremely disruptive right now; it’s easy to become fascinated by the future and/or consumed with the fear that we’re underestimating the next wave in consumer electronics. The tail end of the bell curve, where laggards and AOL users live, is the graveyard of innovation, but perhaps there are fates worse than missing the next wave. We fear this underestimation, when the real danger is under-empathizing.

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pxldot:

I’d like to fill in the picture I began in my recent post on Android fragmentation by examining the changes in version distribution of the other major mobile operating system: iOS.

Unfortunately, this was no quite as easy as it was for Android. Unlike Google, Apple does not publish the version…

(Source: pxldot)

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"Clay Christensen, Harvard Business School professor and the world’s most influential management guru according to the Thinkers50, lays out his landmark theory."

Disruptive Innovation Explained - Video - Harvard Business Review

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Does this mean I can finally work from home as a card shark? (via Steve Clayton: Share Digital And Physical Objects In The Cloud With Desk Lamp Projector @PSFK)

Does this mean I can finally work from home as a card shark? (via Steve Clayton: Share Digital And Physical Objects In The Cloud With Desk Lamp Projector @PSFK)

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"Adulthood delayed, perspectives on Pinterest and BYOD"

— Yet another … Weekly Roundup: Adulthood delayed, perspectives on Pinterest and BYOD | JWT Intelligence