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9 Key Elements Missing From Your Social Strategy

9 Key Elements Missing From Your Social Strategy | "Fabric of life" | Scoop.it
We asked nine successful entrepreneurs to share the most critical elements they see others neglect to include in their plans -- and how to fix them.

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Leonardo Muniz's curator insight, July 3, 2013 11:19 AM


Great information. Retargetting really has helped me out.

DebarghyaSir's comment, July 4, 2013 5:48 AM
Interesting title, I must say
Christos Margetis's curator insight, July 8, 2013 3:30 PM

Indeed good content but there is alwaysbeyond that:)

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Why does LinkedIn want to be a media company? It’s all about the data

Why does LinkedIn want to be a media company? It’s all about the data | "Fabric of life" | Scoop.it

In the past few weeks, I’ve found myself clicking on the headlines of business stories and expecting to head to a traditional media outlet’s website, only to find myself landing somewhere fairly new and unexpected: to the career-oriented pages of...

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Household items could be the new way to take control of computer systems

Household items could be the new way to take control of computer systems | "Fabric of life" | Scoop.it

Household items could be the new way to take control of computer systems. Researchers from the MIT Media Lab have been busy developing a way to superimpose software functionality onto everyday objects – requiring only an iPad, simple processor and WiFi transceiver in the object you want to use as a physical control.

 

The software “maps” different functions onto the physical object you have chosen. Each area of the object can represent a different function and even movable parts can be used as controls thanks to motion tracking.

 

It’s a project that seems surprisingly easy – even the name “Smarter Objects” is straight forward – but when put into action probably has a lot more going on under the hood than most of us would want to think about.


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The Data Within: Quantified Self - James Robinson | Big Data Republic

The Data Within: Quantified Self - James Robinson | Big Data Republic | "Fabric of life" | Scoop.it
A new movement is looking to apply new data technologies to the long held opinion that quantitative knowledge of oneself is key to self-improvement.

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Carla Gentry CSPO's curator insight, June 11, 2013 9:12 AM

It remains to be seen to how much data from Quantified Self will be made publicly available, and how much will remain on personal consoles -- will mainstream users understand the utility of sharing their data? So far, projects like uBiome have found that users understand the long-term benefits of submitting their data for study, while Nike and Memrise encourage people to share data as a means of self-motivation, and they seem to be getting results. I am hopeful that APIs will be opened to access many QS data-sources, but what is certain is that much of this data will be shared via the social web, adding further depth to the data available there

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5 Ways Managers Can Avoid Killing Employee Creativity

5 Ways Managers Can Avoid Killing Employee Creativity | "Fabric of life" | Scoop.it

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Douglas Arnold's curator insight, July 18, 2013 7:57 AM

The investment in time and attention to creative workers is essential to any long term relationship with the employee. Organizational process -- along with zealots preaching unrealistic productivity goals -- all too often quelch the imagination and extinguish innovation.

Rolf Hagenow-Jansen's curator insight, July 28, 2013 2:32 PM

In my point of view create diverse teams is the most important point to foster creativity. 

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changing the paradigm. Sir Ken Robinson
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3D-printed Cortex concept scratches the itch of healing broken bones

3D-printed Cortex concept scratches the itch of healing broken bones | "Fabric of life" | Scoop.it

The only thing worse than breaking a bone is waiting for it to heal. During the healing process itself, wearing a fiberglass and plaster cast can be a stinky, itchy endeavor that is uncomfortable and inconvenient; all for an injury that is completely internal. Enter Jake Evill's Cortex concept. Beyond having an awesome last name, Jake Evill, a media design graduate of the Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand, has managed to modernize the ancient concept of a splint using 3D printing technology.

 

 


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Make decision to be an organ donor - Press of Atlantic City

Make decision to be an organ donor - Press of Atlantic City | "Fabric of life" | Scoop.it
Make decision to be an organ donor
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Knowledge is the key. Having the ability to change someone's life in such a unique way speaks volumes.
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