The Death of Time

The Death of Time

What would David DiS­al­vo (@neuronarrative) say today? Six years ago, in an arti­cle for Forbes [link], DiS­al­vo wote an arti­cle about “8 Rea­sons Why Peo­ple Feel Lost in Their Lives.” Here is rea­son num­ber five: Cog­ni­tive Over­load This is prob­a­bly the...
In Sports, Big Data Is A Big Pain

In Sports, Big Data Is A Big Pain

Base­ball fans around the world will soon be watch­ing and lis­ten­ing for the first crack­ing sound of a bat try­ing to inter­cept a base­ball hurled at speeds exceed­ing 100 miles per hour [link]. The US base­ball sea­son begins anew on 29 March 2018...
New Next Now (Trends for August 2017)

New Next Now (Trends for August 2017)

Sav­ing the world, one video game at a time. Sound unbe­liev­able? Accord­ing to Rachel Ament (@rachelament) at @NPR, sev­er­al indie game devel­op­ers are hop­ing to do just that. Just this year, 17-year-old game design­er Sky­lar Thomas part­nered with PETA’s...
New Next Now (Trends for July 2017)

New Next Now (Trends for July 2017)

Endgame for oil: A new trend? Since the dis­cov­ery of crude off Dubai’s coast in 1966, the once-sandy vil­lage has trans­formed into a resplen­dent cos­mopoli­tan oasis. Sci-fi sky­scrap­ers and ritzy beach­front hotels dom­i­nate the sky­line beneath the...
New Next Now (Trends for December 2016)

New Next Now (Trends for December 2016)

Game chang­er? @Nintendo leads our tech trends as it has set the gam­ing world on fire with the reveal of its lat­est inno­va­tion in the video game mar­ket: the Nin­ten­do Switch. Why all the com­mo­tion? When Switch hits shelves next year, it’ll be the first gam­ing...
New Next Now (October 2016)

New Next Now (October 2016)

Down the hatch. A new break­through in micro­ro­bot­ics might just change the way we take our med­i­cine, reports Lyn­da Delacey (@LJDelacy) for @nwtls. Sci­en­tists at the Daegu Gyeong­buk Insti­tute of Sci­ence and Tech­nol­o­gy (DGIST) in South Korea have...

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