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PJs or pinstripes?
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In this video from our Futurist Forum, Jamais Cascio says that the people hacking a tech to make it serve more shady purposes (or to help them have sex) might be the best window into how it works.
Believe it or not, porn is why we have 3G and LTE mobile communications, why we used VHS instead of Beta, and why DVD replaced tape. More in this article and still more at http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2002/mar/03/internetnews.observerfocus
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Regus’s New York coworking space at 747 Third Avenue. Given the intense interest in startups these day, more and more young entrepreneurs are looking to coworking facilities to grab relatively inexpensive office space.
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(Press Release) Hot desking and conference room reservation system now accessible from any location with iPhone, Android or Blackberry. View the full press r…
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Convergence is both buzzword and marketing reality. Razorfish CEO Bob Lord outlines 5 ways creative companies can adapt to a converging world and create better brand experiences.
Change never stops–in fact it’s accelerating–so adaptation can never end.
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Co-working has witnessed a significant resurgence over the past few years with the increase of the contingent workers – professionals who work independently as freelancers, contractors, or…
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Prime Minister Julia Gillard wants 12 per cent of Commonwealth public servants to be ”teleworking” by 2020.
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A lot has changed in two and a half years. The virtual office revolution is in full play.
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Telework has become an increasingly viable possibility for more enterprises with the emergence of advanced document collaboration and unified communications (UC) solutions.
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Virtual Presence Brings Experts To The problem with Librestream http://www.librestream.com
“We can now show the latest prototypes to colleagues across facilities using Librestream’s devices and collaboration software. We can see amazing up-close detail, which allow us to see if there is even the slightest surface indent or if a hole is just slightly off center. We talk, freeze the video and draw both ways to bring attention to these slight imperfections immediately. We can even take pictures and record the sessions for future review and comparison during later review meetings. ”
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