Technology and Work/Life Balance. Does technology really help us in our endeavor for work/life balance? This is not a new question, but it remains an open one – if you believe that there is such a thing as work/life balance.
LinkedIn is making the shift to mobile. It now sees 38 percent of unique visits from mobile, which is up from 8 percent in the first quarter of 2011, and users who access via mobile are 2.5x as active as desktop-only users. At an event in San Francisco this morning, CEO Jeff Weiner said LinkedIn will release a slew of new mobile apps.
These new apps include an upgraded version of the Pulse news reader that integrates your LinkedIn info, an iPad redesign, but most excitingly, a new experience called Intro. It leans on LinkedIn’s acquisition Rapportive to integrate professional info from LinkedIn profiles directly into you Apple Mail app on your iPhone or iPad. Intro can show the LinkedIn profile photo, company, and job title of the people who you email with, and let you connect with them on LinkedIn.
A gamification expert used these graphs to prove gamification works: Once he added gamification, activity skyrocketed. You see, gamification works! Clearly, this isn’t the full story. Activity did skyrocket, then it plummeted.
Consumer technology and telecom companies are changing the pace of innovation in healthcare, putting traditional med tech firms in an uncomfortable position, according to a new report from PricewaterhouseCoopers.
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Comedian Russell Brand tells BBC Newsnight's Jeremy Paxman that he has never voted, and he never will, as the UK's political system has created a "disenfranchised, disillusioned underclass" that it fails to serve.
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