If we will all be points of contact on the Web, will there be a need for any centralized functions, such as banking? In a post called The Future Web, it states that “according to Kevin Kelly the next 5000 days the internet is destined to evolve into one giant super computer that can store, share, and […]
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Don’t Be Afraid, Robots Are Our Friends Originally posted on http://blogs.sap.com/ by Ryan O’Neil While the talk of robots in the workplace have been focused on job displacement, increasing unemployment rates, and re-educating the workforce to stay gainfully employed, maybe we’re paying attention to the wrong outcome? http://ow.ly/D6f9x
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Published on SCN.COM, What Happens When Social Media Meets Virtual Reality? the impact of Virtual Reality on Social Media is explored. “Everyone knows about social media/collaboration, however virtual reality (VR) is a newer concept. It involves the use of eyewear that virtualizes a space around us and augments our actual reality, and can even send us […]
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Panda, Penguin, Hummingbird – Google Search Terms We all keep seeing bloggers use terms regarding Google’s Search Engine Optimization (SEO), like everyone knows exactly what they are. So, let’s quickly summarize the popular terms of Panda, Penguin, and Hummingbird. These are terms that describe SEO algorithms that Google has rolled out at different times. An […]
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News 2.0 Compares to the High Standard of Traditional Journalism A company merger recently occurred that may be an indication of how News 2.0 will be kept to the reliable standard of traditional journalism. News 2.0 is the news we consume today from non-traditional sources, such as Blogs and social media channels. As reported by Curtis […]
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