It’s official: sports fans – and sports teams, organisations and athletes – love Social Media.
Digital books aren’t just more convenient to carry around with you, they are also significantly cheaper to rent or buy, relieving students’ burden in more than one way.
Via: Accredited Online Universities Guide
A Day Made of Glass 2: Unpacked. The Story Behind Corning’s Vision.
A year ago this week, Corning, the worlds leading high-tech glass manufacturer (who produces Gorilla Glass for hundreds of millions of smart phones) released “A Day Made Of Glass“, a futureistic look at glass technology that racked up almost 20 millions views… this week they are back, with “A Day Made Of Glass 2: Same Day”, an expanded vision of last years video providing an insight into the future of digital displays from the eyes of the company in 2012…
Via Digital Buzz Blog – Thanks, this is so amazing!
The documentary depicts the digital revolution of the last decade, and the way that technology has opened creativity to each and every one of us…The film features interviews with thought leaders from different creative spectrums such as Moby, Robyn, Olafur Arnalds, Seth Godin, Sean Parker, Behance founder Scott Belsky, Jonas Woost of LastFM, author Andrew Keen and many more. All sharing their own view of how digitalization has changed the creative industry…
Via DigitalBuzzBlog – Thanks Guys!
This animated video takes a rapid-fire tour of key consumer and technology mobile trends in an eventful 2011, highlighting the staggering growth in consumer mobile usage across a dizzying array of applications and social media platforms.
Video by http://mobilefuture.org
Why can’t we stop playing this game that started on iPhone and now keeps spreading like wildfire on multiple platforms? Why is it so darn fun? The expert market researchers at AYTM (who aren’t affiliated with Angry Birdscreator Rovio in any way) consulted psychologists and dug into boatloads of statistics to find the answers
Via Charlie White @Mashable Thanks!