Google has just launched its much-rumored Flipboard competitor, Google Currents. The service is available for both iOS and Android — including support for phones and tablets — and you can download it right here.
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"“In the 17th century, conversation exploded,” said Anaïs Saint-Jude, director of Stanford’s BiblioTech program. “It was an early modern version of information overload.”
The Copernican Revolution, the invention of the printing press, the exploration of the New World – all needed to be digested over time. There was a lot of catching-up to do. “It was a dynamic, troubling, messy period,” she said.
Public postal systems became the equivalent of Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and smartphones. Letters crisscrossed Paris by the thousands daily. Voltaire was writing 10 to 15 letters a day. Dramatist Jean Racine complained that he couldn’t keep up with the aggressive letter writing. His inbox was full, so to speak."
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Starbucks is rolling out its first major augmented reality program this holiday season called Starbucks Cup Magic. Interesting to see how AR is going to be adopted by companies and brands in the upcoming year.
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The tablet reader battle is going to get a whole lot more intense next week, when tablet news magazines Google Propeller and Yahoo Livestand launch to take on incumbent Flipboard. Personally, my current fave is Zite (for iPad), but am interested to see how both of these roll out.
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