NAB 2014 wouldn't be the same without Livestream, one of the internet's most popular broadcasting services, introducing new hardware or software. As such, Livestream has just announced another way for users to share video on its site: an application for Google Glass. Obviously, Livestream isn't the first to bring this feature to the wearable set, since you can already use the search giant's own Hangouts app to broadcast what you're seeing.
How does "Design Thinking" fit in Business Architecture? ebizQ (blog) The definitions. According to IDEO, Design Thinking is a "human-centered, design-based approach to helping organizations... grow...
'Inspiration and ideas often arise seemingly out of nowhere and then fail to show up when we most need them, and creative thinking requires complex cognition yet is completely distinct from the thinking process.'
In the last few years, awards shows have taken on a tail-wagging-the-dog aspect, with presenters endlessly exhorting viewers at home to tweet away and reading their tweets on air as if they constituted the finest works of Bruce Vilanch himself. There's something backwards about it. The people at home talking about [...]
The eleventh edition of an annual report by the Pew Research Center’s Journalism Project examining the landscape of American journalism. This year’s study includes special reports about the revenue picture for news, the growth in digital reporting, the role of acquisitions and content sharing in local news and developments around digital video. In addition, it provides the latest audience, economic, news investment and ownership trends for key sectors of news media, including a new, searchable Media & News Indicators database.
With respect to all the trendspotters out there, I’ve always needed more. I bristle when I’m introduced as a trendspotter. One of the reasons for my distaste is the inevitable follow-up question: “So, what’s hot right now?”