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Information overload?; • Wearable sports technology raises safety concerns

Information overload?; • Wearable sports technology raises safety concerns | Sumeyye's World | Scoop.it

Safety advocates say the concept of high-tech displays for goggles — and for other sports eyewear — is information overload run amok, particularly when people are using them at high speeds. Yet Oakley, based in Foothill Ranch, Calif., is one of a handful of sports eyewear companies betting that thrill seekers and athletes crave the equivalent of a cockpit dashboard while skiing, snowboarding, cycling and running. The companies are in the vanguard of the next wave of personal technology, called wearable computing, which promises to further shrink the barrier between users and the information they seek."


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Howard Rheingold's curator insight, April 24, 2013 4:31 PM

If you think the desktop Web and the smartphone were occasions for info-overload, get ready for wearable computing, which isn't waiting for the 2014 release of Google Glass. On ski slopes and on the roads, we're about to embark on a societal experiment regarding the dangers of fragmented attention. How many people will master multiple streams of incoming information while racing down a hill or driving on a freeway? And how many will crash?

Ken Morrison's comment, April 25, 2013 8:40 PM
I was excited when I first heard about this. Yet, I was on my bike listening to a podcast. One true value that I can see is if they allowed a third-party app that lets you connect to the lodge. If a skier is going at [ speed > x ] and then stops moving and then stays there for [time < X ], it might be time to send medical aid. WIth GPS, etc, that could be done. No other scerios seemed appealing to me while I was flying on my bike. Good audio should be enough.
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Want a minimalist experience on twitter.com? Try Twipster!

Want a minimalist experience on twitter.com? Try Twipster! | Sumeyye's World | Scoop.it
Twipster, an extension for Chrome and Safari, removes all the noise on  twitter.com to only deliver the updates from the Tweeps you follow in a minimalist and easy-to-read format. No more left side...

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Cendrine Marrouat - cendrinemarrouat.com's curator insight, April 26, 2013 3:28 PM

If you find twitter.com an overwhelming site to use, Twipster will change your mind. Great extension!

Sümeyye Demir's comment, June 24, 2013 5:10 PM
ı agree with you
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My Top 5 Network Marketing Tips

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Hello my friend! Today I wish to provide you 5 network marketing ideas that if implemented make sure to help you in your business.

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Create a Visual Library of Your Best Content Resources with Kippt

"Learn from others. Start your library today."


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wanderingsalsero's curator insight, March 27, 2013 4:56 AM

I have an account with these guys but haven't really used it.  But....if it'll help be combine my 'favorites' from two different computers, I'll take another look.

 

William J. Ryan's curator insight, March 28, 2013 9:00 AM

Visual cues always help me !

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Crear una excelente biblioteca visual de tus mejores fuentes de contenidos ahora es posible con Kippt, una herramienta que te permitirá importar tus marcadores favoritos de bastantes aplicaciones com Delicious, Diigo, de navegadores como Chrome, Firefox, Safari... y organizarlas de una manera muy visual al estilo Pinterest.

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LinkedIn unveils new, unified search engine

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The LinkedIn team announced on Monday that it had revamped its search feature.
Now offering a more streamlined and unified experience, the new search engine doe

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Cendrine Marrouat - cendrinemarrouat.com's curator insight, March 28, 2013 2:46 AM

LinkedIn is finally catching up with its time. Have you been able to use the new search engine yet?

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What kind of the 7 styles of learning your online students prefer? | Technologies in ELT

What kind of the 7 styles of learning your online students prefer? | Technologies in ELT | Sumeyye's World | Scoop.it
Visual, aural, verbal, physical, logical, social, solitary. As an online educator, teacher, facilitator you probably wonder what kind of the 7 styles of learning are the most effective for your students, learners.

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Beautiful and White Clean Apartment : Apartment Interior Design Ideas

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Sweden has a lot of beautiful apartments and have presented several of them in our articles. This is another apartment, this time located in Vasastan, a region in Stockholm, Sweden.

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Tim Marston's comment, February 9, 2013 11:14 AM
That's really neat how all the space is used on the wall. It becomes part of the design while being functional.
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Prishtina Central Mosque Proposal by APTUM - eVolo | Architecture Magazine

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The jury for the international competition for Prishtina Central Mosque failed to agree on a clear first prize winner; however it seems that some of the un-awarded entries caught the attention as well. MI’RAJ is the proposal of APTUM, Swiss / American architectural practice, named by one of two parts of the night ascension journey that the Islamic prophet Muhammad took one night. The proposal materializes the journey of ascension to prayer and the spatial experience that follows. Islamic community of Prishtina was searching for a unifying symbol and identity that can bring together many disparate mosques of Kosovo capital, APTUM’s design harnesses that need and brings together a sense of place and provides public space for the greater good of the community.

 


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What I got from using Ritetag suggested hashtags #ritetag #socialmarketing

What I got from using Ritetag suggested hashtags  #ritetag #socialmarketing | Sumeyye's World | Scoop.it
That is it, right there: the essence of our value proposition.  You have your followers in various social networks that have topic-tagging and hashtag search capability.  Beyond your followers, there are those who passively and actively track or search hashtags to discover content and the sharers of such content.  Use hashtags that are relevant to the links, images, sales deals that you are sharing – but also most widely used, and you greatly increase the likelihood that in addition to your followers, your social updates are found by those who would not have seen them.  This is what we have been telling you.  Now, we are proving it.

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Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com's curator insight, April 24, 2013 8:51 AM

Thanks Osaka for letting me know about the beta test of Ritetag.


So far i'm seeing info in the reports that will help me improve my reach on the different subjects I post in.

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What you need to know about SEO for your website

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What you need to know about SEO for your website

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The Benefits of Using Social Media Marketing

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The Benefits of Using Social Media Marketing

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How to Actually Practice Multi-Tasking

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Multi-tasking can be done effectively if it involves simple tasks that operate on completely different channels in our brain. For example, listening to the news while folding laundry.

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Howard Rheingold's curator insight, March 27, 2013 10:38 PM

"Task-layering" appears to be a kind of multi-tasking that works -- as opposed to the kind that degrades performance on each of the tasks we try to accomplish simultaneously.

Peter Skillen's curator insight, April 2, 2013 7:52 AM

What I find interesting is the work Benjamin Bergen describes in Louder Than Words. http://www.louderthanwordsbook.com/ People often ask can we multitask as if there is a 'yes' or 'no' answer. Clearly, situations matter. Bergen points to research that suggests if we visualize or imagine certain activities - like hitting a baseball - the same regions of the brain are activated and engaged as if we were actually hitting that baseball. So even though we might expect the visual region to light up because we are 'seeing' something in our mind's eye, it is actually a motor region that is engaged. This, therefore, impacts our multitasking abilities for another 'motor' task. --> I love the rich texture of these ideas.

Anne Macdonell's curator insight, May 14, 2013 8:25 AM

Hmmmm. 

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How to Actually Practice Multi-Tasking

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Multi-tasking can be done effectively if it involves simple tasks that operate on completely different channels in our brain. For example, listening to the news while folding laundry.

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Howard Rheingold's curator insight, March 27, 2013 10:38 PM

"Task-layering" appears to be a kind of multi-tasking that works -- as opposed to the kind that degrades performance on each of the tasks we try to accomplish simultaneously.

Peter Skillen's curator insight, April 2, 2013 7:52 AM

What I find interesting is the work Benjamin Bergen describes in Louder Than Words. http://www.louderthanwordsbook.com/ People often ask can we multitask as if there is a 'yes' or 'no' answer. Clearly, situations matter. Bergen points to research that suggests if we visualize or imagine certain activities - like hitting a baseball - the same regions of the brain are activated and engaged as if we were actually hitting that baseball. So even though we might expect the visual region to light up because we are 'seeing' something in our mind's eye, it is actually a motor region that is engaged. This, therefore, impacts our multitasking abilities for another 'motor' task. --> I love the rich texture of these ideas.

Anne Macdonell's curator insight, May 14, 2013 8:25 AM

Hmmmm. 

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Video was prepared by Fatih Sultan Mehmet Vakıf University Prep. School Never give up! Dear sister in brothers in Gaza... We always support from here!
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