Another list of more great blogs, this time across even more categories.
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Link: Weird Films list
A list of 36 extremely weird films – ‘nuff said.
It’s a series of blog posts under the title ‘The Future Of…’ and I’m really excited about it, because as well as spanning some fascinating topics, I’ll also be tapping up several guest bloggers from the Digital Cortex community – and if you’re reading this post, that most definitely includes you!
Lets look at some of the upcoming areas of exploration:
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Based on my interactions with many of you, and the sheer breadth of expertise amongst this blog’s readership, I know there is limitless potential to curate a truly great piece of work. Of course, there is plenty of scope to add/modify/remove topics from this list, so drop me a line on the contact page to register interest.
And for those who aren’t looking to contribute, but want to stay in touch as things unfold, here are the usual subscription options:
These are my del.icio.us links for January 14th
- Augmented Reality Year in Review – 2009 « The Future Digital Life -
An excellent month-by-month rundown of AR ongoings/events last year, the year AR entered popular consciousness.
- How to Build a Memory Palace – wikiHow -
Instructions to create your own memory palace: a useful and widely used mnemonic system. Use this to build a place or series of places in your mind where you can store information that you need to remember.
- AT&T – 50 things we know now that we didn’t know this time last year -
Some stand-out factoids that weren’t with us this time last year.
Worth a look!
- Ten Psychology Studies from 2009 Worth Knowing About -
Several great psychology and neuroscience studies were published in 2009. Here are 10 of the most interesting and useful.
- iPhone Icon, Favicon, .ico Generator -
Helpful web app to create touchable buttons – just like I use on Digital Cortex Mobile.
Rudy de Waele has been a busy man. He’s curated 37 of the world’s most notable voices from Mobile & Academia for inclusion in his Mobile Trends 2020 slide deck – a collection of thoughts on where we’ll all be this time next decade:
“I asked some of my personal heroes in mobile to write down their five most significant trends for the coming decade. All of them have been of great inspiration to me during this decade: for their ideas, visions, talent, the capabilities to adapt and the perseverance to succeed whatever the situation.”
Here’s the deck. Hit fullscreen for best viewing experience:
These are my five stand-out ideas from the presentation. What are yours?
Digital garbage collection becomes a (very) lucrative business
Slide 10 / Fabien Girardin / Researcher at Lift Lab
Mobile devices will have sensors added which will enable the capture of local data from temperature to noise and from location to who else is on the room
Slide 13 / Tony Fish / Entrepreneur
Cellular voice dies:
It truly becomes another form of data on the next generation data networks
Slide 30 / Kevin C. Tofel / Managing Editor at jkOnTheRun
Mobiles manifesting AI:
Fulfilling, at last, the vision of “personal digital assistants”
Slide 33 / David Wood / Principal at Delta Wisdom
New sonic experiences:
Augmented reality, 3D sound, will create new mobile audio formats and end user experiences
Slide 41 / Atau Tanaka / Director of Culture Lab