Location Services will erode trust, smash hierarchy, and change the world

Oct 14, 10 Location Services will erode trust, smash hierarchy, and change the world

Posted by in Futurism, Online

“Where are you?” Such a simple question. The raison d’etre of cell phones. And a question that will define the century. Location services are here to stay, and they will irrevocably change both the physical and psychological terrain of our planet. They will come to represent the apex of algorithmic...

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Reviewed: the best iPhone finance tracking software

Oct 05, 10 Reviewed: the best iPhone finance tracking software

Posted by in iPhone, Reviews

So you spent $200 on your iPhone and an average of $4.37 per month on apps, and now you want it to tell you not to overspend. Funny how that works. You’re not alone, though. One of the most common uses for smartphones and PDAs has always been expense and budget tracking… and with good reason. Even an old Palm can make a...

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Datastream, Week of 10.4.2010

Oct 04, 10 Datastream, Week of 10.4.2010

Posted by in Futurism

Make Money From Home. If you were paid $1 each time an article was posted on wikipedia, you would command $157 an hour for an annual income of $301,440 — assuming you don’t work overtime! Junk Pile. 248 billion emails were sent today, and it’s estimated that 98% of them are spam. Money Well Spent....

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7 Trends to Watch in the Era of Overload

Oct 04, 10 7 Trends to Watch in the Era of Overload

Posted by in Futurism, Media, Online

“Information is now the most abundant commodity on earth,” writes Graham Button, but “real wealth is owning your time. And ambition for that ownership lifts people out of poverty, creates a middle class, and drives innovation.” In a succinct and beautiful new post, branding strategist Graham Button lays out...

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It’s 2010. Nothing’s secret anymore.

Sep 30, 10 It’s 2010. Nothing’s secret anymore.

Posted by in News, Online

Remember when companies was afraid of “bugs” in their offices? When wiretapping was an accepted paranoia? (Uhh… depending on your line of work.) Wasn’t it nice how the Web rolled around and gave us real, personal privacy? Encryption, spoofing, false trails, redirects– all these wonderful...

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Datastream, week of 9.27.2010

Sep 27, 10 Datastream, week of 9.27.2010

Posted by in Futurism

Sore thumbs. 29% of mobile phone using teenagers, and 8% of adults, send and receive over 100 text messages per day. Credit Check. Since the iTunes App Store’s introduction, it’s estimated that Apple has spent approximately 69 million dollars on credit card processing fees alone. If they spent one dollar in fees per...

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