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Good infographic. Social Media Releases & The Art of Conversation - The Re-imagining of PR

Good infographic. Social Media Releases & The Art of Conversation - The Re-imagining of PR | Top 5 Future I.T. Technologies | Scoop.it
The only industry changing more quickly than PR is the media, and we are inextricably intertwined. I entered PR in 1997.

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social media then and now. Where is it predicted to go from here?

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Jeni Mawter's curator insight, April 8, 2013 1:28 AM

Writers must factor this in to story telling today.

Roslyn Baker's curator insight, May 30, 2013 12:19 AM

Intersting template to look at when presenting changing communication channels

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This diagram explains how PR has evolved through the adoption of social media. It shows that many old forms of marketing and media have become outdated and are been replaced by social media instead. This includes bloggers replacing reporters, twitter replacing news, YouTube replacing TVs and Pinterest replacing product shots. It also explains that social media allows authentic and credible information to be delivered speedily through social media networks which in turn assists businesses to form stronger relationships with their customers.

 

 

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Based on current trends in the IT industry, what might be the five most important technologies in the next 5 to 10 years?
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Computers that think : 5 Future Technology Innovations from IBM

Computers that think : 5 Future Technology Innovations from IBM | Top 5 Future I.T. Technologies | Scoop.it
 

Is the future of cognitive computing where computers  behave, think and interact in all
of the same ways as we humans do, its predicted that all of this is only 5 years away.

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Future of Gaming - Emerging Trends - IGN Video

Future of Gaming - Emerging Trends - IGN Video | Top 5 Future I.T. Technologies | Scoop.it
Free-to-play, user modding, and motion controls are only a few of the current trends that will impact the future of gaming. And if you haven't heard...

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Good infographic. Social Media Releases & The Art of Conversation - The Re-imagining of PR

Good infographic. Social Media Releases & The Art of Conversation - The Re-imagining of PR | Top 5 Future I.T. Technologies | Scoop.it
The only industry changing more quickly than PR is the media, and we are inextricably intertwined. I entered PR in 1997.

Via Gary Hayes, siobhan-o-flynn
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social media then and now. Where is it predicted to go from here?

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Jeni Mawter's curator insight, April 8, 2013 1:28 AM

Writers must factor this in to story telling today.

Roslyn Baker's curator insight, May 30, 2013 12:19 AM

Intersting template to look at when presenting changing communication channels

Charlotte Au's curator insight, March 26, 2014 8:17 AM

This diagram explains how PR has evolved through the adoption of social media. It shows that many old forms of marketing and media have become outdated and are been replaced by social media instead. This includes bloggers replacing reporters, twitter replacing news, YouTube replacing TVs and Pinterest replacing product shots. It also explains that social media allows authentic and credible information to be delivered speedily through social media networks which in turn assists businesses to form stronger relationships with their customers.

 

 

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3-D Printed Car Is as Strong as Steel, Half the Weight, and Nearing Production

3-D Printed Car Is as Strong as Steel, Half the Weight, and Nearing Production | Top 5 Future I.T. Technologies | Scoop.it
The future of urban runabouts will be ultra lightweight, electrically powered and 3D-printed... if Jim Kor has his way.

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3-D printing its true potenial

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Sepp Hasslberger's curator insight, February 28, 2013 11:40 AM

We certainly will have 3D printed cars. Perhaps not in great numbers, but the fact that you can make a car's body by printing in plastic, opens many possibilities for this up and coming technology. Think everyday utensils, tools, furniture ... the sky is the limit.

Arun Shrivastava's curator insight, March 9, 2013 2:26 AM

Sepp has always inspired me by poiting out to new science and technology developments around the world, from high-tech to low-cost but high efficiency solutions to our problems. 

 

This car is built entirely of 3D printed components. And it works like a car. If you are not amazed with this...........wait...and continue to be amazed. 

Edward Miller's curator insight, March 22, 2013 8:38 AM
3D Printing may very well become the largest revolution to Industries since the assembly line by Henry Ford. Being able to construct vehicles through the complete use of a computer almost completely removes the human element, fewer (if any) mistakes and much lower costs are a tempting and extremely profitable idea for production.
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The Revolution Will Be Printed

The Revolution Will Be Printed | Top 5 Future I.T. Technologies | Scoop.it
Digital fabrication will change the course of the future

 

"Digital fabrication will allow individuals to design and produce tangible objects on demand, wherever and whenever they need them."

 

Three-dimensional printers are already old hat to the professor. "The revolution," he writes, "is ... the ability to turn data into things and things into data. ... Scientists in a number of labs (including mine) are now working on the real thing, developing processes that can place individual atoms and molecules into any structure they want.

 

Unlike 3-D printers today, these will be able to build complete functional systems at once, with no need for parts to be assembled. The aim is to not only to produce parts for a drone, for example, but build a complete vehicle that can fly straight out of the printer. ... 


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3-D printers the future of fabrication and assembly

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John Zulaikha's curator insight, March 18, 2013 5:55 PM

forget 3-D printers, controlling atoms to form structures creates complete models that work out of the box.

Rachel May's curator insight, March 22, 2013 5:55 AM

3. 3D Printing

 

Even in relative the infancy of 3D printing, there are those seeking to extend this technology to deliver greater benefits. This article discusses the extensions of 3D printing in to areas not first imagined such as the printing of food. It then extends from 3D printing to assembling also. Virtually producing fully functioning cars from atoms and making them ready to drive 'hot' off the printer. This provides endless opportunities for all to be shopping and purchasing without doing either - just printing and using. No shipping costs - no middle man. 

 

To be quite informal about it, MIND = BLOWN!

 

 

Brendan Chan's curator insight, March 26, 5:36 AM

The implication of 3d printing are enormous. Scientists expect 3d printing to cut forms of delving  and decrease poullution as long as the printer has the right materials to create the desired item. Items can be recycled from another  for a considerable time. Items will be fully assembled and fully functional from the start. The concept of 3d printers challenges capitalism, employment or companies, as products can be everywhere as long as there is a printer. 

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What’s Next in Social Media

What’s Next in Social Media | Top 5 Future I.T. Technologies | Scoop.it
At the beginning of the month I was asked to speak at a panel that discussed Social media, Social Networks and "What's Coming Up Next". In research for this discussion, I ...
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the collection of information and the decrease of human interaction...

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Organic Computing

What Is Organic Computing?
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Research into making computers self-aware and task-orientated to ensure its own survival.

(kinda like the red queen in resident evil)

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Tomorrow’s world: A guide to the next 150 years

Tomorrow’s world: A guide to the next 150 years | Top 5 Future I.T. Technologies | Scoop.it
Explore our graphical guide to the advances of the future, from 2013 to 2150.
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 Description of the most and the least likely advances including computing and robotics, science and nature, politics and business, society, technology and the miscellaneous 

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Epic Win - Why Gaming is the Future of Learning

Why doesn't the real world seem more like an online game? In the best-designed games, our human experience is perfectly optimized: we have important work to do,

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Social Media Marketing Strategies for Engaging Customers

Social Media Marketing Strategies for Engaging Customers | Top 5 Future I.T. Technologies | Scoop.it
Social media is arguably one of the most transformational aspects of our personal and professional lives.

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the future of marketing using social media

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Jesse DeLeon | Inmode Interactive's curator insight, March 20, 2013 11:06 AM

Inmode Interactive & Online Marketing 

 

Website:    www.inmode.com

Facebook:  www.facebook.com/inmode

Linkedin:    www.linkedin.com/in/inmode ;

Twiitter:      @inmodetweets

 

 

Social media is arguably one of the most transformational aspects of our personal and professional lives.

Russ Merz, Ph.D.'s curator insight, March 23, 2013 9:15 AM

Five different strategies are highlighted.

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Fully-customized, modular solar house is 3D printed prefab

Solar House 2.0, erected this year on Barcelona's waterfront, uses time-tested passive solar techniques, but it takes a high-tech leap forward using digital ...

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more 3-D printing are you amazing yet?

 

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Sepp Hasslberger's comment, February 25, 2013 12:00 PM
Actually the headline is kind of misleading. The house is made by using computer programs, but the material is not printed. It's computer-cut wood.
Sepp Hasslberger's comment, February 25, 2013 12:03 PM
The house is a prototype. Program can be downloaded, but I do not think anyone is actually offering it as a commercial proposition.
Brendan Chan's curator insight, March 26, 5:23 AM

The video explains how impactful 3d technology can be applied into a larger scale. By  working on a accurate smaller model, the foundation, plans, are share through the internet. As a result, construction, processing  and importing time are kept to a minimum as the blue prints ae sent to a plant.

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When Robots Rule the World - The Future of Jobs

When Robots Rule the World - The Future of Jobs | Top 5 Future I.T. Technologies | Scoop.it
Will robots put us all out of work? FT Alphaville's Cardiff Garcia and Izabella Kaminska discuss how technology is making jobs obsolete at a historically high rate, and how it may be accelerating.

 

We had a lot of fun making this short video, which is based on a topic that’s been discussed energetically in the blogosphere and elsewhere for a few months, and which has captured Izabella’s fascination for nearly a year.

In addition to Izzy’s work, we drew on many blog posts and other readings in our discussion, and regrettably we didn’t have time to hat tip everyone in the video itself. We include those links below and thank their authors, and of course any misrepresentations are entirely our fault.

Better than human – Kevin Kelly

Will a robot take your job? – Gary Marcus

Robots and robber barons – Paul Krugman

Myth of the jobless recovery – Matt Yglesias

The end of labor – Timothy Noah

And special thanks go to Andrew Smithers and Martin Ford for the two charts we used in the video.

Another wonderful set of links can be found at Izzy’s tumblr, which you should be reading in any case. And again be sure to check out her beyond scarcity series.


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The "Big Five" IT trends of the next half decade: Mobile, social, cloud, consumerization, and big data | ZDNet

The "Big Five" IT trends of the next half decade: Mobile, social, cloud, consumerization, and big data | ZDNet | Top 5 Future I.T. Technologies | Scoop.it
In today's ever more technology-centric world, the stodgy IT department isn't considered the home of innovation and business leadership.
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top trends for I.T. 

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Five Technologies That Will Change the Future of Gaming

Five Technologies That Will Change the Future of Gaming | Top 5 Future I.T. Technologies | Scoop.it
A handful of daringly creative teams have made it their mission to reinvent the way we'll view and play our games in the generations to come.
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the improvemeny of exsiting technologies and the development of new gaming technologies to improve the gaming experience  

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HowStuffWorks "5 Future Technology Myths"

HowStuffWorks "5 Future Technology Myths" | Top 5 Future I.T. Technologies | Scoop.it
These five future technology myths uncover more of the truth behind technology advancement and capabilities. Explore these future technology myths.
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A look into a future that won't be happening

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