Browsing the Future: Visualizing the Everywhere Internet
In an always-on world of mobile devices and ubiquitous, "everything, everywhere" computing, what happens to the web browser? How do we access an emerging internet of people, places and things? Design thinkers from Google, Microsoft and Yahoo will attempt an answer, with sketches by Dave Gray of XPLANE.
The Book is Dead. Long Live the Book!
The book has been a stable technology, unchallenged for a thousand years, but times are changing. As we enter a post-industrial society, we are starting to see a more fluid, networked book, curated by individuals and small groups. What does that bode for the future of the book?
The Future of Journalism is Visual
Attention to reality is fractured, splintered and distributed among a plethora of devices and platforms. We have thousands of choices about where to get our news: flickr, YouTube, Jon Stewart. We're tired of journalists whining, and there be no whining on this panel. The future of news is visual.
Process Journalism: Getting it First, While Getting it Right.
Iterative journalism, process journalism, wiki journalism -- call it what you want -- the 'first draft' of history is rapidly changing with digital reporting and immediate delivery. In this panel, we'll investigate technological tools, best practices from bloggers to NYTimes.com, transparency and ethical challenges faced report accurate news in the social media age.
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