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April 24, 2013 | Saurabh Tyagi: Google Glass - Pinch to Zoom and Wink to take Picture
Google might be planning on bringing some really awesome gestures to their Glass.
July 30, 2012 | Damie Berkey: The Future of Technology
In marketing and technology, Sundog increasingly relies on data analysis and other insight prediction tools that help formulate the next successful solution. We seek to determine these predictions as confirmation of where our efforts are, where they are going, and what attainable result we are trying to achieve.
April 26, 2012 | Sarah Deutsch: Take Three (Apps) and Call Me in the Morning
A recent article recommends three very different healthcare apps - what do their similarities tell us?
August 09, 2011 | Lee Schwartz: How Neuromarketing Is Thinking For You
If I could use neuromarketing, I would already know if you liked this blog before I posted it.
May 04, 2007 | Greg Ness: You Can Now Access TED Talks
The annual TED (Technology Entertainment Design) Conference in Monterey, California is one of those seminal events I’ve wanted to attend ever since I heard about it. Unfortunately, it is $6000, by invitation only, and they restrict participants to 1000 people from around the world. Currently, the participant list appears filled until 2009. It features a distinguished list of attendees and speakers who exchange ideas on science, culture, business, entertainment, art and much more.
Before this year, it was difficult for non-attendees to get information on the topics discussed, but this year TED has made a number of the talks available on their website (see link above). As you might imagine there are some interesting and provocative discussions that may be of interest to many of you. They even have their own YouTube channel.
February 05, 2007 | Greg Ness: I Want This Now!
Come to think of it, why hasn’t Windex come out with a special spray for LCD screens yet?
January 28, 2007 | Greg Ness: Food and Fuel: A Growing Interdependence
According to a recent UPI-Zogby poll, over two-thirds of adults in the U.S. say they are paying too much for gas. This is surprising considering the poll was taken a few weeks ago when gas prices were relatively low. It also seems astonishing in light of what others pay for gas around the world (see CNN story on global gas prices).
January 23, 2007 | Greg Ness: It’s All Uphill From Here
Yesterday you presumably survived Blue Monday, mathematically the most depressing day of the year. At least that’s what Dr. Cliff Arnall at the University of Cardiff in Wales purports in this story at MSNBC. According to Arnall’s formula — and it is precisely that — yesterday was the day when post-holiday debt, disagreeable winter weather, and broken New Year’s resolutions all culminated in a nadir for the human spirit. But if yesterday was the low point, that should mean it’s all uphill from this point on.