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Show Your True Colors: Fear Commitment

Posted in Business, Communication, Human Resources, Leadership, Unlearn Strategy

“A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds.” –Ralph Waldo Emerson  Question: What do chameleons do? They do many things but the one thing they don’t do is change color to match their background. Chameleons do, however, change color in response to changes in light and temperature. They also change appearance when frightened or…

Unlearn It

Posted in Communication, Creativity, Culture, Humor

 It is what it is. Fix it! Shove it! Make it happen. I can't help it. Don't doubt it. Is it worth it? Solve it. F*&k it! Just do it. Don't question it. Figure it out. Name it. You're doing it wrong. I love it. Screw it. Get it done. Believe it! Don't believe it….

Video Killed the Video Star

Posted in Business, Communication, General, Genomics, Health Care, Internet, Media, Telecommunications

If a picture is worth a thousand words how much is a picture within a picture worth? That's the question every video provider should be asking itself because, like this famous picture from Pere Borrell del Caso, there is often more to a picture than meets the eye. Earlier today, I came across a new…

Unlearning the Computer Interface

Posted in Communication, Computer Industry, Games, Innovation, Telecommunications

Microsoft has developed a cool new interface that allows consumers to control images on the front of the device (or phone) from the back. As devices get ever smaller, this seems like a natural evolution of where interface technology is headed. Will other device manufacturers be able to unlearn the current paradigm?

New Voice Recognition Technology Mandates Unlearning

Posted in Advertising, Algorithms, Automobile, Business, Communication, Culture, Education, Games, Jump the Curve, Marketing, Media, Politics, Software, Telecommunications, Transportation

Late yesterday, Google released a very cool new mobile application which employs voice recognition technology. The question is not so much what the technology can do today, the question is what will the technology be able to do in the near future—and how might it require professionals in the education, health care, and a host of other…

A Penny for Your Thoughts

Posted in Communication, Culture, Current Affairs, Cybernetics, Future, Jump the Curve, Neuroscience, Science, Telecommunications, Virtual reality

Last week, a colleague of mine at Future Blogger, Alvis Brigis, suggested that the coming reign of online video broadcasting as the "most ubiquitous and accessible form of communication" may be short-lived. In its stead, he suggested that brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) may replaced it. To many people the idea of brain-to-computer or even brain-to-brain communication…


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