Self-Sovereign Biometric Identity for Decentralized Web iTrue wants to give users control of their own data back from big tech firms. Your Face Pass is the key to your data. Business and individual users can earn rewards for participating in the data economy and decentralized app marketplace. iTrue is a Blockchain-as-a-Service solution with a built-in authentication… Continue reading ICO – iTrue Airdrop
Rethinking Engagement in Cities: Ending the Professional vs. Citizen Divide
Cities are among humankind’s grandest and most complex creations. Even small urban communities represent the cumulative result of literally hundreds of thousands of public and private, individual and collective decisions over time. They are the playgrounds of spontaneity. Such an understanding of how cities come into being and evolve is hardly new. Nor are its… Continue reading Rethinking Engagement in Cities: Ending the Professional vs. Citizen Divide
Using Facebook could help boost exam grades
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Cities Could Use Your Tweets To Build Better Infrastructure
These days, people are more likely to gripe about civic issues on Twitter than actually talk to city officials. But in some cases, that social media activity is all a city needs. This week, IBM unveiled the results of its Social Sentiment Index on traffic in India. The index, which looked at 168,330 comments on… Continue reading Cities Could Use Your Tweets To Build Better Infrastructure
Tunnel Vision: Subterranean Park to Stay Sunny with Fiber-Optic Skylights
More than a decade ago a group of New York City residents launched an ambitious experiment to build a park atop an expanse of abandoned elevated freight train tracks. Today the High Line, which opened in 2009, provides locals, commuters and tourists with more than a kilometer of green space several meters above the urban… Continue reading Tunnel Vision: Subterranean Park to Stay Sunny with Fiber-Optic Skylights
The Future Of Storytelling: Immersion, Integration, Interactivity, Impact
As technology becomes more advanced and more accessible across multiple platforms, it’s only natural for consumers to expect increasingly higher standards of creativity and engagement from content creators. However, with social media, apps, tablets, smartphones, websites, TV, etc. all part of the audience’s viewing habit, learning how stories should be evolving and how to make… Continue reading The Future Of Storytelling: Immersion, Integration, Interactivity, Impact
Research study shows men find dancing women more attractive during most fertile time
Researchers from the University of Göttingen in Germany have found that men viewing videos of silhouettes of dancing women were more likely to describe those who were ovulating at the time as more attractive than women at other stages of their menstrual cycle, which goes contrary to the longstanding theory of “concealed” ovulation in humans.… Continue reading Research study shows men find dancing women more attractive during most fertile time
Bigger Brain = Social Media Success
Hiring a social media manager or a salesperson? Maybe you should have the finalists’ brains scanned in an fMRI. A larger orbital prefrontal cortex, an area of the brain associated with decision-making and cognitive processing, has been shown to correlate with greater social skills, according to a study by a team of UK researchers. Among… Continue reading Bigger Brain = Social Media Success
True Secret to Success: Gratitude
I'm utterly convinced that the key to lifelong success is the regular exercise of a single emotional muscle: gratitude. People who approach life with a sense of gratitude are constantly aware of what's wonderful in their life. Because they enjoy the fruits of their successes, they seek out more success. And when things don't go… Continue reading True Secret to Success: Gratitude
Does This Wearable Computer Make My Butt Look Fat?
Google's Project Glass is in limelight at the moment because it's amazing technology that's only now becoming viable, even while it's been a Star Trek staple for years. And Glass is actually just one component in a quiet revolution in wearable computing that's going on all around you--which may change how you learn about just… Continue reading Does This Wearable Computer Make My Butt Look Fat?
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