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OpenIDEO - How might we inspire and enable communities to take more initiative in making their local environments better?

OpenIDEO - How might we inspire and enable communities to take more initiative in making their local environments better? | Possibilities Assigment_LeeZongHan | Scoop.it

Singapore started out as a small fishing village but, rather quickly, turned into a sprawling metropolis. Like many other countries, it has reached a highly developed state. Public agencies such as Singapore's National Environment Agency would like to envision how to rejuvenate our local environments to inspire and enable communities to make our living environments better – and are eager to collaborate with the global community to explore solutions which resonate in Singapore and across the world.


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Lee ZongHan's insight:

This is my insight using the see,think,wonder. This article is about Singapore being as part of the global community. Singapore have public agencies such as Singapore's National Environment Agency would like to envision how to rejuvenate our local environments to inspire and enable communities to make our living environments better. Singapore is also eager to collaborate with the global community to explore solutions which resonate in Singapore and across the world.

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Nathaniel Loreno Arendayen's curator insight, July 2, 2013 12:17 PM

Using the 'see-think-wonder' I can see that Singapore is enthusiastic about collaboration with other countries. This is because a country cannot survive on it's own especially a country as small as Singapore. But even though Singapore is a small country it is recognised globally. I think that this is a great opportunity to foster good ties with other countries especially those in Asia as more problems are arising regionally and globally. By working together with other countries, global or regional crisis can be averted, like the recent Haze issue. Working together can prove to be effective and may stop major issues from happening ahead of time. I wonder what other ways can we foster good relationships with other countries and how we can solve the problems we face.

Wu Weiyang's curator insight, July 3, 2013 11:30 AM

I see that Singapore has reached the status of a developed country and we are still trying to further improve ourselves. I think that collaborating with the global community will allow Singapore to be heard and enable ourselves to reach greater heights with the help of other countries' opinions. I wonder if there are other ways to make our living environments better other than collaborating with the global community.

Teoh Jun Fang's curator insight, July 5, 2013 10:27 AM

(See-Think-Wonder) From this article, I can see that Singapore has developed very well and quickly over the years. Singapore started out small but now, it is a bustling city with good economy. Now that the population is growing, we need to have a good environment, connection with neighbouring countries,etc for the future generations. I think that working with the other countries is the best solution since Singapore is such a small country that does not have much natural resources. I wonder what will happen if other countries refuse to work with Singapore?

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How Tablets Have Changed Publishing

How Tablets Have Changed Publishing | Possibilities Assigment_LeeZongHan | Scoop.it

...The company is finding that the most popular content for tablets depends on the title. Golf Digest sees great success with video. Generally speaking, long-form editorial content like actual stories, video and slideshows do well across the board because the tablet is a lean-back device, where consumers aren’t looking for short snippets of content like they are on a mobile phone, for example.

 

“If you look at the time of day with highest tablet usage it’s usually during prime time or on the weekends,” Reynolds said. “That’s why we are developing tablet-specific content to fit that different mindset. We’re not worried about tablet usage cannibalizing Web usage because Web, tablet and mobile, are all part of a complementary ecosystem.”

 

Reynold’s said that the biggest opportunity for Conde Nast in the tablet space is the amount of data is has on subscribers. It gives the publisher a look at the preferences that people have for content and advertising on specific devices and Conde Nast can optimize based on that.


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Lee ZongHan's insight:

This is my insight using the see,think,wonder. This article is about a tablet devices like the iPad have been a game-changer for the publishing industry. The challenge with tablets is that they’re so new to the market. I can see that companies like '' Apple '' is trying to bring technology to a whole new level. I think that tablet will do well in this generation as the tablet is a lean-back device, where consumers aren’t looking for short snippets of content like they are on a mobile phone, for example. It is also portable, light and easy to bring around. I wonder that if there is no tablet invented, people can't do their work outside anywhere and have to bring a laptop along which is more troublesome. In my conclusion, tablets have change the world's techonology.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, June 23, 2013 9:12 PM

Conde Nast views tablets as the biggest game-changer for the publishing industry. Here's why....

Lim Jun Heng's curator insight, June 29, 2013 9:09 AM

This is my insight using see-think-wonder. I can tell from this article that the tablets are rapidly taking over our daily lives. People used to read newspapers can now read them on tablets. This not only saves paper but also money. Companies now have to find interesting ways to communicate to the public through the web. Technology is advancing so fast that I think in a few years time tablets will no longer be the latest craze and be taken over by something else. I wonder what if tablet is no longer this useful and something in the future take over the jobs of the current tablets? Will the companies have to rack their brains for new ideas? 

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How 3D Printing is Redefining Manufacturing and Consumer Behaviour - Luxury Society - Opinions

How 3D Printing is Redefining Manufacturing and Consumer Behaviour - Luxury Society - Opinions | Possibilities Assigment_LeeZongHan | Scoop.it
Burak Cakmak, sustainability expert and guest contributor to Jardins Florian, explores the possibilities and pitfalls of 3D printing reaching luxury consumers (How #3D #Printing is Redefining #Manufacturing and #Consumer Behaviour -

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Lee ZongHan's insight:

This is my insight using the see,think,wonder. This article is about making realization to possibilities. In this article, I can see that designers are making good use of the 3D Printing to design clothes,shoes and some other stuff to attract luxury consumers. I think that this 3D Printing is very useful to designers as what they draw, could became realistic. I wonder that if there is no 3D Printing, people would have to wear simple and not so high ''fashion'' clothes. 

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Melissa Tan's curator insight, June 30, 2013 6:12 AM

This is my insight using See-Think-Wonder thinking routine. 3D printing was initially used for prototyping in aerospace and medical industries. It was just an expensive idea people thought of. Eventually after becoming a more mainstream consumer product, it became more affordable and popular. Today because of the realization of this 3D printing becoming successful, this expensive idea has become possible. Anything is possible if we work towards it.

Ming Ting's comment, June 30, 2013 10:22 AM
From this article, I learned that 3D printing is a technology that was initially used for prototyping in aerospace and medical industries. While it has been around for a while, it is finally finding its way into more mainstream consumer products as, just like computers, it has become more affordable and its functionality is improving tremendously. I think that it is really amazing and wonderful that technology has already reached such a high stage.
Ming Ting's curator insight, June 30, 2013 10:22 AM

From this article, I learned that 3D printing is a technology that was initially used for prototyping in aerospace and medical industries. While it has been around for a while, it is finally finding its way into more mainstream consumer products as, just like computers, it has become more affordable and its functionality is improving tremendously. I think that it is really amazing and wonderful that technology has already reached such a high stage.