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The New Multi-Screen World, research from Google

stoweboyd:

The New Multi-Screen World, research from Google

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emergentfutures:

New York to London in an hour - by train
You could call it a pipe dream.
That’s how the BBC refers to it on its website, where a feature story reports that one day soon, trains traveling through vacuum tunnels could whisk passengers from New York to London in an hour, hitting speeds of up 2,500 mph.
Full Story: Smartplanet

I think I read that Tom Swift book: Tom Swift and His Atomic Earth Blaster.



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stoweboyd:

emergentfutures:

New York to London in an hour - by train

You could call it a pipe dream.

That’s how the BBC refers to it on its website, where a feature story reports that one day soon, trains traveling through vacuum tunnels could whisk passengers from New York to London in an hour, hitting speeds of up 2,500 mph.

Full Story: Smartplanet

I think I read that Tom Swift book: Tom Swift and His Atomic Earth Blaster.

TV news is ultimately much more an arm of the entertainment industry than it is of the news industry. Its star anchors get paid millions of dollars because they’re popular on TV, not because of their reporting skills; and while the occasional news magazine program will sometimes break news, newspapers and websites have always been the undisputed leaders on that front.

- Felix Salmon: “News Corp’s digital divergence (via reuters)

joshsternberg

If you haven’t, I suggest reading Postman’s “Amusing Ourselves To Death” (from 1985) which discusses this idea that TV news is actually entertainment.

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Culture eats strategy for lunch - Shawn Parr

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