Facebook For Robots
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Facebook For Robots

Social networks like Facebook and G+ are great, but they all harbor a major bias: they’re restricted to human users only. Robots, tired of the lack of access and the blatant discrimination, have taken matters into their own hands and created a social network of their own.  When the machines eventually rise up in revolt, … Continue reading

My Interview for iCoolhunt
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My Interview for iCoolhunt

iCoolhunt is a social, location-based game that encourages people to seek out blossoming trends around them.  These “coolhunters” can then capture, share, analyze and discuss their discoveries on the website.  It’s certainly a novel way to think about the future.  I especially like the way it creates a community focused on discovering – or even … Continue reading

Blur Digital Boundaries (with Ninjas)
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Blur Digital Boundaries (with Ninjas)

This week’s topic is one of my favorites: the intersection of the digital world with the physical.  I’ve discussed this topic many times before (check out my “digital space” tag for more) but today’s especially exciting because it involves ninjas! Sorry, not that kind of ninja.   I’m talking about the technological equivalent, a nifty device … Continue reading

5 Ways Your Life Will Get Smarter When Your Toaster Goes Online
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5 Ways Your Life Will Get Smarter When Your Toaster Goes Online

Ever received an email from your toaster? Neither have I, but in a future featuring the Internet of Things, it could become commonplace. What is the Internet of Things?  Like the internet itself, it’s about connections.  Way back in the ’70’s, ARPANET connected a handful of university mainframes.  The internet it grew into connected individual … Continue reading