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The eyeborg documentary

11 years and 2 months ago · listen

Once in a while a think on what will be the generation gap between me and people from younger generations. I consider my self as a liberal person, but I'm pretty sure that, sometime in the future, I'll see a younger doing something that will clash against my principles, morals or ethic, but that will be completely accepted by the social norms. I just don't know what it will be.

The very first time I saw the following video, I started to see it. The video is a documentary about prosthetic technology, used mainly to help people who had lost some organ or member. But, as you watch the documentary, you will start to realize that some people with this prosthesis actually have a better performance than before. Yes, the cyborg is coming, and is coming really fast.

So, if in a couple of years your son tells you he is going to replace is perfectly healthy arm with an artificial one, just to be able to throw a ball a couple of meters longer, don't be surprised.

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Microsoft future vision (2011)

11 years and 2 months ago · listen

A brand new video featuring Microsoft's vision of the future, with some interesting concepts in it. The focus here is productivity, so I think that's the reason why the video is from the Office division:

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What is Digital Marketing?

11 years and 2 months ago · listen

Thanks to Mediative terrific work on this video, I've now a link to show to people every time someone ask me "What do you do". Consider me as one of the Math Men in the plot:

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In my fridge

11 years and 3 months ago · listen

After a terrible hiatus, I'm back to posting in this blog. And with a wonderful vision of what will be the future of fridges on everyone's kitchen:

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