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Zoetrope - learning with the past

14 years and 2 months ago · listen

Everyone is capable of accessing a website and read their actual content, right?. But what about past content? How can I see yesterday CNN homepage, or last week "Tipping point" price at Amazon?

And how can one use these past content, correlate it with other sources of past content and generate insights and value? For example, is there (or not) a correlation between bad weather and heavy traffic? Or between weak dollar and stock increases?

It will be easy with Zoetrope, a new tool designed to help track such information by letting users browse backward through time. The tool is still not available to public consumption, but I'm sure it will be the next web revolution.

I'm having a hard time to explain this revolutionary tool by words, so here is the video that explains it better:

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Is Nokia becoming a Google?

14 years and 2 months ago · listen

Excellent article from The Economist on why/how Nokia is transforming itself into a service company.

All about Google

14 years and 2 months ago · listen

An impressive presentation from faberNovel on Google's strategy, with solid grounds, concise and very well written:

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Meraki solar

14 years and 2 months ago · listen

Meraki, a company that sells its mesh WiFi networks all over the globe, has just made the final step to the real wireless: solar powered routers. The implications of these are huge!

Timesculpture

14 years and 2 months ago · listen

An amazing advert from Toshiba. My brain is still wondering on how they did it:

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