Web economy 'to double by 2016'
Via Scoop.it - Marketing and Technology With half the world online by 2016, the web economy in the G20 countries is set to nearly double in size to $4.2tn (£2.7tn), research suggests. Via bbc.co.uk
Fleecing the flock
Via Scoop.it - Marketing and Technology WITH a nudge from their pastor, the 25,000 members of the New Birth Missionary Baptist Church near Atlanta opened their hearts, and their wallets, to Ephren Taylor. Via economist.com
UC Berkeley Regents' Lecture: Howard Rheingold...
Via Scoop.it - Marketing and Technology Howard Rheingold offers a glimpse of the future of high-end online learning in which motivated self-learners collaborate via a variety of social media to create, deliver, and learn an agreed curriculum: a mutant variety of pedagogy that more… Via vimeo.com
John Rooksby: Digital Economy Network Meetings →
johnrooksby: EPSRC and several of the other UK research councils have been funding “Digital Economy“ themed research for two or three years now – the general aim being to “rapidly realise the transformational impact of digital technologies on aspects of community life, cultural experiences, future society,…
The Restart Page - Free unlimited rebooting... →
Lockdown: The coming war on general-purpose... →
Publishers Back New Bill to Ban Public Access to... →
Via Scoop.it - Interaction and Technology Make 2012 the year you learn to code!… Via codeyear.com
Exclusive: Matias Duarte on the philosophy of...
Via Scoop.it - Interaction and Technology I’m sitting in an anonymous, fluorescently-lit office on the Google campus where the Android team is situated, a surprisingly bare setting that seems to clash with the rest of the company’s,… Via mobile.theverge.com
NPR.org » No Excuses: Robots Put You In Two Places...
Via Scoop.it - Interaction and Technology Via m.npr.org