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Without a keyboard | Seth's Blog

Without a keyboard | Seth's Blog | AANVE! |Website Designing Company in Delhi-India,SEO Services Company Delhi | Scoop.it

When the masses only connect to the net without a keyboard, who will be left to change the world?

 

It is possible but unlikely that someone will write a great novel on a tablet.

 

You can't create the spreadsheet that changes an industry on a smart phone.

 

And professional programmers don't sit down to do their programming with a swipe....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, September 14, 2014 5:58 PM

A marvelous reminder from Seth Godin that it's not the tools, it's the creation that matters.

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The problem with too much information – Dougald Hine – Aeon

The problem with too much information – Dougald Hine – Aeon | AANVE! |Website Designing Company in Delhi-India,SEO Services Company Delhi | Scoop.it

This is more than just intellectual snobbery. Knowledge has a point when we start to find and make connections, to weave stories out of it, stories through which we make sense of the world and our place within it. It is the difference between memorising the bus timetable for a city you will never visit, and using that timetable to explore a city in which you have just arrived. When we follow the connections – when we allow the experience of knowing to take us somewhere, accepting the risk that we will be changed along the way – knowledge can give rise to meaning. And if there is an antidote to boredom, it is not information but meaning.

 

If boredom has become a sickness in modern societies, this is because the knack of finding meaning is harder to come by.

 

There is a connection, though, between the two. Information is perhaps the rawest material in the process out of which we arrive at meaning: an undifferentiated stream of sense and nonsense in which we go fishing for facts. But the journey from information to meaning involves more than simply filtering the signal from the noise. It is an alchemical transformation, always surprising. It takes skill, time and effort, practice and patience....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, September 13, 2014 3:32 AM

The internet promised to feed our minds with information. What have we learned? That our minds need more than that. Good reading with your coffee on a Saturday morning. 9/10

rodrick rajive lal's curator insight, September 14, 2014 10:18 PM

This is so true. The analogy of having to memorise a bus timetable for a destination that you will never visit sums up the uselessness of information that we cannot use! Today, there is a surfeit of infomation, most of which is useless, and then we are under the constant pressure to process all this information. Filtering of the uselful from the useless often requires much effort. and to process large amounts of information requires skill. Unfortunately, the human brain has its limitations unlike the computer processor-you add up cores to it and it can multi-task! Life in the information age is perhaps the most significant stage in the history of mankind, and this is already shaping our future like no other age has done, not even the age of the Industrial Revolution!

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11 Clean & Minimalist Websites for your Inspiration | Inspiration

11 Clean & Minimalist Websites for your Inspiration | Inspiration | AANVE! |Website Designing Company in Delhi-India,SEO Services Company Delhi | Scoop.it

It’s easy to see that more an more designers are embracing the minimalistic approach to web design. Now there are websites that eliminate unnecessary elements and keep only what really matters, designs that are clean and intuitive, like the ones we will show here today. We have different examples of clean and minimal sites with beautiful navigation, neat menus and nice type to keep you inspired, take a look....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, February 17, 2014 3:04 AM

Can't get enough of these inspiring and creative websites shared by Gisele Muller.

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Millennials are out-reading older generations | Quartz

Millennials are out-reading older generations | Quartz | AANVE! |Website Designing Company in Delhi-India,SEO Services Company Delhi | Scoop.it

Kids today with their selfies and their Snapchats and their love of literature.


Millennials, like each generation that was young before them, tend to attract all kinds of ire from their elders for being superficial, self-obsessed, anti-intellectuals. But a study out today from the Pew Research Center offers some vindication for the younger set. Millennials are reading more books than the over-30 crowd, Pew found in a survey of more than 6,000 Americans. 


Some 88% of Americans younger than 30 said they read a book in the past year compared with 79% of those older than 30. At the same time, American readers’ relationship with public libraries is changing—with younger readers less likely to see public libraries as essential in their communities....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, September 14, 2014 5:02 PM

Yes, if you can trust the research and the interpretation, Millennials are reading more than the previous generation. Now, if we only knew what they were reading. ;-)

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Here Are the Finalists for the Year's Best Brands on Twitter, Vine and Everywhere Else

Here Are the Finalists for the Year's Best Brands on Twitter, Vine and Everywhere Else | AANVE! |Website Designing Company in Delhi-India,SEO Services Company Delhi | Scoop.it

.aanve.comEach year, the list of branded social media accomplishments grows longer, and the Shorty Awards are never far behind in recognizing them.

 

This year's roster of finalists, being announced today, includes nominees in categories ranging from "Best Brand on Vine" to the delightfully meta "Best Use of Social Media by One Brand Responding to Another Brand."

 

"New platforms continue to emerge and evolve at an unrelenting pace. While most struggle to keep up, Shorty Awards finalists are thriving in this environment," Greg Galant, executive producer and cofounder of the Shorty Awards tells Adweek. "We'll be celebrating their creations on every form of social media."

 

Check out the full list of finalists below....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, March 8, 2014 3:33 AM

Lots of social marketing and content marketing inspiration from these finalists in the Shorty Awards.

Ludovic Ronchaud's curator insight, March 9, 2014 2:11 PM

Des sources d'inspiration pour mettre en place des stratégies marketing/communication sur les réseaux sociaux.