If you're like me, you're splurting data all over the place. Just a few years a back, the idea of sharing your credit card on the Internet seemed like...
Curation has come of age. The sheer volume of Web content, and the increasing demand of both content consumers and Web advertisers makes it clear that content without curation is simply noise.
New York has a digital sensory deprivation zone that tests how long people can stand being disconnected from the web. It's called the New York City Subway.
While Google is defining 'delight' as popping a weather graphic on your screen, users are drowning in a flood of tweets, blog posts, check-ins, and other real-time data that overwhelm comprehension and exhaust users.
In the past 10 days, web video has undergone a massive change of roles and fortunes. YouTube, Apple, and Cisco have all shifted seats.
In Steven Levy's new book Inside The Plex, we get a rare first-hand view of Google's flirtation, and eventual disillusionment, with politics as a means to foster social change.