Awesome: The 123-foot long digital data wall steals the show at IBM’s THINK Exhibit, collating and visualising real-time data from traffic on Broadway, to solar energy, to air quality in the vicinity of its location in the Lincoln Center, New York.
Future Lab’s David Armano speaks about the next big thing for the coming year - a useful slide presentation with a lot of info to digest…
I think if anything can, this marriage between Apple’s iPad and Rupert Murdoch’s The Times newspaper is well-placed in terms of their marketing and branding… both offer products and services that aren’t competitive on price but sell a lifestyle that (if successfully authentic and value-added) people will be happy to pay for.
Monocolumn’s forecast for 2011: The Digital Backlash Begins… the article highlights the growing feeling that mobile communications and the internet, basically, have taken over our lives. We knew it was coming and it seems 2011 will see people re-assessing their digital habits, and appreciate non-virtual-reality as time spent on our digital devices slowly eats up our days, and nights.