A Dr. Beat Down/Fusio Original: Jay-z’s...
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Google Cars Drive Themselves, in Traffic -... →
This is a great point, the human/computer duo, where the driving ability is higher with only occasional intervention. Kinda like the Clive Thompson article on advanced chess.
Crazy audiovisual illusion →
“The tag is the soul of the Internet” →
Tagging hence by making any information available on demand is the core, the soul of the Internet. Tags allow to connect analog to digital media, and to interconnect everything with everything else end-to-end on demand. We are today in the midst of what I have called the era of the tag.” Via Clive Thompson A really interesting discussion on the medium of the Internet as the communication...
Content strategy isn’t a nice to have (or why I... →
We strategists & planners are partly to blame. We’ve tried to encourage our clients to communicate more humanly and less like faceless corporations. But without a clear and well-defined content strategy, it appears we’ve opened Pandora’s box. Via Katy Lindermann
Clive Thompson on the Cyborg Advantage | Magazine →
I really like this post of machine intelligence by Clive. The idea that machine/human pairings are more successful is one thing. Realizing that we already do it, all the time, is another.
collision detection: Garry Kasparov, cyborg →
But this gave Kasparov a fascinating idea. What if, instead of playing against one another, a computer and a human played together — as part of a team? If humans and computers think in very different ways, perhaps they’d be complementary. So in 1998 Kasparov put together an event called “Advanced Chess”, where humans played against one another, but each was allowed to also use a PC with the best...
…if you look at the most successful sites which link out — Fark, Reddit,...– Felix Salmon and Ryan McCarthy, my favorite Odd Couple of Reuters, discuss “Counterparties” with Megan Garber at Nieman Lab (via soupsoup) Pretty stoked about Counterparties a) because it’s awesome and b) because it’s powered by Percolate. (via heyitsnoah)
Like the soft pianos over rap.
Advice to a Young Man Hoping to Go Somewhere (Or... →