Who, three decades ago, would have imagined that the materials that would change consumer electronics would be glass, ABS plastic, sapphire, graphite and aluminum?
The frozen moment is a centuries-old illusion, or even as old as vision itself. Why? Because today's camera sensors work like our own eye/brain partnership when it comes to making sense of the world.
Sep 17, 2014 to Sep 18, 2014
Octopus Books at 25One Community
2nd floor, 251 Bank St.Ottawa , ON
Canada45° 24' 58.86" N, 75° 41' 48.9732" W
Join us for the launch of Vincent Mosco's new book To the Cloud, which examines cloud computing and big data as significant forces in information technology today.
These two realities: humans are social and crave simplicity, should be key guideposts for any kind of computer system or process that hopes to attract the interest and adoption of its users.
Organizations need to think through how their rich media production is scalable and sustainable. Either that or keep producing content as if the advances of the last 20 years never happened.
Facebook is Lucy, and we the users are Charlie Brown. How many times are we going to fall for that old trick with the football?
Phones the size of Pop Tarts or single-serving styrofoam trays seem to be everywhere these days. Are phablets the ideal mobile computer for a generation that talks with their thumbs?
Things entertainment lobbyists say that are absolutely not true.
A hapless programmer's little error has escalated to a cardiac arrest across the Web, has cost billions to fix and has potentially been used by a secretive and near-rogue government agency.
The future will be more complicated than we've been led to believe. In many movies and television shows, for example, technological nirvana arrives full-blown and with startling monotony.