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Private. Informed. Connected - Microvision: Mobile Device Eyewear for Augmented Reality

Private. Informed. Connected - Microvision: Mobile Device Eyewear for Augmented Reality | digitalassetman | Scoop.it

Private. Informed. Connected.

Mobile devices and wireless networks have evolved to offer consumers visually rich content, multimedia applications, and responsive high speed data networks. However, the value consumers receive from their mobile devices is still limited by the tiny viewing experience provided by their LCD screens. Microvision and its business partners are working to change this by collaborating on the initial development of mobile device eyewear that extends the viewing experience beyond the tiny screen to fashionable see-through, full color eyewear.

IMAGINE THESE NEW VIEWING EXPERIENCES

Giving a speech while information is streamed to your eyeglasses in real time
Presenting to a crowd with your notes secretly stowed away in your eye glasses
Extending your everyday computing environment to include your eyewear display
Walking down the street, seeing your favorite friends show up "on screen" 2 blocks and 1 cafe away
Receiving turn by turn directions as you walk toward your destination
Reviewing messages while on the go
Creating your personal big screen experience from mobile TV and video (occluded or escape mode)
Seeing building schematics and locations of others (especially useful for security or firefighters)
Viewing virtual recipes while cooking without losing your rhythm


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IBM produces first working chips modeled on the human brain | VentureBeat

IBM produces first working chips modeled on the human brain | VentureBeat | digitalassetman | Scoop.it
IBM has been shipping computers for more than 65 years, and it is finally on the verge of creating a true electronic brain.
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Content Curation - 5 Ways to Succeed...Eventually | Convince & Convert

Content Curation - 5 Ways to Succeed...Eventually | Convince & Convert | digitalassetman | Scoop.it

Content curation is the art and science of finding and sharing quality content on a specific topic. Curation helps you build an audience. You then have a larger group of people with whom to share your own content, and who can spread the word. 

 

Many among the Twitterati have built their followings in large part through content curation. Jason Falls of Social Media Explorer publicly states his Twitter strategy is “find good shit and share it.” Talk about a commitment to content sharing!


With the endlessly flowing Twitter stream, you have to tweet at least semi-frequently to maximize visibility. Many content curators tweet eight or even 10 times daily. Content sharing is today’s preferred method of content curation. And it works. 25% of tweets contain link s, but 56% of retweets contain links . Hmmm.

 

Other than the time commitment, the task of content curation is relatively simple. Recognize, however, that content curation is a long-term social media strategy. You don’t become a reliable and trusted source for content sharing ov ernight, or even in a few weeks. And it doesn’t work for everyone. Here are 5 factors to doing content curation successfully.....

[read full great article http://j.mp/oiTP3w]


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Metadata raises legal risks

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In 2000, global health care company Merck deleted information concerning the heart attack risk associated with the arthritis drug Vioxx from an article it was about to submit to a medical journal. The changes in the electronic document, hidden from view, were revealed five years later, after the journal’s editor learned during a deposition in a Vioxx product liability lawsuit that an earlier version of the article had more information on heart attack risk. The editor retrieved the original file, uncovered the deleted information and made a public announcement of the discovery.

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Why Software Is Eating Marketing - Chief Marketing Technologist

Why Software Is Eating Marketing - Chief Marketing Technologist | digitalassetman | Scoop.it
Marc Andreessen had a great essay in The Wall Street Journal yesterday, Why Software Is Eating the World. Remarking on the news from last week that Hewlett-Packard is looking to jettison its struggling PC business in favor of investing more...
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HP plus Autonomy equals Buyers Beware < Real Story Group Blog

HP plus Autonomy equals Buyers Beware < Real Story Group Blog | digitalassetman | Scoop.it
I cannot say that the acquisition by HP of search giant Autonomy bodes well. Taking the parties' past histories into account, this simply doesn't seem to be a good long term match.
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What Does Marketing Effectiveness Mean to a CEO…? | Marketer's B2B Blog

What Does Marketing Effectiveness Mean to a CEO…? | Marketer's B2B Blog | digitalassetman | Scoop.it
...not much right now.  Look at these stats from the Fournaise Group about how CEOs value marketing.

 

77% of CEOs are frustrated that their marketers keep talking about brand, brand values, brand equity and other similar parameters that management has difficulty linking back to results that really matter: revenue, sales, EBIT or even market valuation

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Social Network Adoption Infographic | Socialnomics

Social Network Adoption Infographic | Socialnomics | digitalassetman | Scoop.it
Latest infographic on Social Networks Adoption via a bell curved distribution.
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Why Software Is Eating the World

Why Software Is Eating the World | digitalassetman | Scoop.it
Far from a bubble, we're watching a new generation of tech start-ups realize the Web's original potential, says Marc Andreessen.
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Will You Remember Me When I am Gone: The Persistent Danger of Data Loss - Forbes

This article was inspired by a recent discussion with some colleagues about the ability to archive data and recover it after a long absence.  The particular topic that inspired this discussion was the burying of a time capsule beneath a town building...
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The Human Side of Brand Storytelling and Content Curation | Sparksheet

The Human Side of Brand Storytelling and Content Curation | Sparksheet | digitalassetman | Scoop.it

In his last three columns, Gunther Sonnenfeld explored how brands are “co-creating” meaningful experiences with people. This time he explains the connection between branded experiences and brand advocacy.

 

Up until very recently, brands drove the business of media by buying ads, which were packaged with content created by media outlets. Now, brands are using their media dollars to create content and build media ecosystems of their own. And they’re working with customers to do it.

 

This has resulted in the creation of useful quality content, which has resulted in more empowered customers, leading to better, more relevant products.

- Branded lifestyles

- Citizen storytelling and branded journalism

- The future of branded storytelling

..... [read full article http://j.mp/oMhnyI]

 


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The State of Mobile Malware [INFOGRAPHIC]

The State of Mobile Malware [INFOGRAPHIC] | digitalassetman | Scoop.it
With mobile malware becoming an increasing risk, it's important to be educated about the risks and how you can protect your mobile device.
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ADAM Software awarded prestigious Frost & Sullivan 2011 Global Entrepreneurial Company of the Year Award in Digital Asset Management

ADAM Software awarded prestigious Frost & Sullivan 2011 Global Entrepreneurial Company of the Year Award in Digital Asset Management | digitalassetman | Scoop.it
ADAM Software awarded prestigious Frost & Sullivan 2011 Global Entrepreneurial Company of the Year Award in Digital Asset Management...
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Forget gas; future Ford cars may run on the cloud

Forget gas; future Ford cars may run on the cloud | digitalassetman | Scoop.it
Thanks to mobile broadband, access to a driver's calendar and entertainment preferences and smart engineering, the Ford Evos is an example how the cloud can power cars of the future.
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"An ARG at the Museum" - The MCN Alternate Reality Game | Museum Computer Network

"An ARG at the Museum" - The MCN Alternate Reality Game | Museum Computer Network | digitalassetman | Scoop.it

Alternate reality games (ARGs) are interactive forms of digital storytelling that use the real world as a stage, often involving multiple media and game elements, to tell stories that may be affected by participants' ideas or actions. For the MCN conference participants will play an ARG scavenger hunt to find clues at the physical conference site and online. Participants will sign up and join teams to look for clues by following Twitter and via mobile tagging which is the process of providing data on mobile devices, commonly through the use of web page links or URLs encoded in a two-dimensional (QR) barcode, meant to be read and inputted using a mobile, or smart device (with a camera) like an iPhone.

From Nettrice R. Gaskins, Digital Media Ph.D. candidate


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Design Firm Seeks to Humanize Technology

Design Firm Seeks to Humanize Technology | digitalassetman | Scoop.it
The underlying premise of companies like Berg is that technology has tremendous potential to enhance our lives, if - and it is a big if - it can be "translated" into forms that make it accessible.
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5 Essential Social Business Infographics

5 Essential Social Business Infographics | digitalassetman | Scoop.it
TweetUpdate: I’ve been challenged by Jon Husband in the comments on the number of infographics required for a “round up”, so have changed the title and am adding more as I come across them.
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Digital Asset Management Evolution of Processes and Practices | Dam Foundation

Digital Asset Management Evolution of Processes and Practices | Dam Foundation | digitalassetman | Scoop.it

Many of us become so “heads down” getting things done, we easily lose sight of the big picture—namely “Why are we doing this? What the larger purpose does it served? What fundamentals, if anything, have changed?”

Three big changes have occurred in Digital Asset Management—with implications that we have largely not noticed:

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Building the Future | DataSift Blog

Building the Future | DataSift Blog | digitalassetman | Scoop.it

I wanted to share something about how we view the future of the data ecosystem. We believe building an ecosystem of applications on top of our platform will radically change the data market and create a marketplace for businesses and developers alike.

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Memo to newspapers: The future of media is a two-way street

Memo to newspapers: The future of media is a two-way street | digitalassetman | Scoop.it
While plenty of newspapers and other media entities are happy to use social tools like Twitter and Facebook to promote their content, few are really engaging with their readers on a regular basis, says Reynolds Journalism fellow Joy Mayer -- but...
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TechCrunch | Fun With Fair Use: Daily Mail Steals Blogger’s Image, Refuses To Pay Up

TechCrunch | Fun With Fair Use: Daily Mail Steals Blogger’s Image, Refuses To Pay Up | digitalassetman | Scoop.it
Alice Taylor, CEO of Makielab and wife of BoingBoing's Cory Doctorow, took a nice snapshot of a anorexic mannequin in an "Always Skinny" display at the Gap. The mannequin is clearly emaciated and, skinny tights or no, probably should get some help.
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Man reveals secret recipe behind undeletable cookies • The Register

Man reveals secret recipe behind undeletable cookies • The Register | digitalassetman | Scoop.it

A privacy researcher has revealed the evil genius behind a for-profit web analytics service capable of following users across more than 500 sites, even when all cookie storage was disabled and sites were viewed using a browser's privacy mode.

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AppAddictive: The next big platform for brands and social media?

AppAddictive: The next big platform for brands and social media? | digitalassetman | Scoop.it
If you were a consumer-facing business 15 years ago, you needed to have a website. Now, you need to have Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and mobile presence. But you can't just have these ...
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Social networking surveillance: trust no one

Social networking surveillance: trust no one | digitalassetman | Scoop.it
Dan Gillmor: Governments will always try to monitor citizens' 'secure' communications – and corporations will always help them...
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The Filter Bubble: What the Internet Is Hiding from You

The Filter Bubble: What the Internet Is Hiding from You | digitalassetman | Scoop.it
"An eye-opening account of how the hidden rise of personalization on the Internet is controlling-and limiting-the information we consume. In December 2009, Google began customizing its search results for each user.
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josephmartins's comment, August 12, 2011 9:46 AM
Read the book "Data Smog" written more than a decade ago. In one of the chapters the author wrote about the negative impact of personalization and how it limits exposure.
digitalassetman's comment, August 12, 2011 9:48 AM
thanks Joesph will check it out