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How an Ordinary Person Can Change the World, Well at Least Start the Process...

Janice S. Lintz | Posted 07.13.2015 | Impact
Janice S. Lintz

Imagine waking up one day and learning that your daughter has a hearing loss. Imagine finding out the access your daughter needs doesn't exist in this country but does elsewhere.

Even If You Uninstall Google Photos, It Will Keep Uploading Your Pics

The Huffington Post | Damon Beres | Posted 07.13.2015 | Technology

 Google Photos is so good at storing your pictures online, you might not even realize it's doing it. David Arnott of Upstart Business Journal di...

The Battle Over Your Car's Data

Nathan Newman | Posted 07.13.2015 | Business
Nathan Newman

The car companies in many cases are severely limiting which data Google and Apple have access to from the car operations or in the case of Ford and Audi; the companies are creating their own technology systems to completely replace Google and Apple's software.

In a World Built for Extroverts, What's an Introvert to Do?

Marina Peña | Posted 07.20.2015 | College
Marina Peña

From Albert Einstein to Hollywood actress Emma Watson, introverts have influenced American society in a myriad of significant ways. But schools and work spaces across the United States continue to favor the needs of extroverts over those of introverts.

The Future Today: Self-Driving Cars

Grace Ji-Sun Kim | Posted 07.09.2015 | Technology
Grace Ji-Sun Kim

Driving a car as we know today could be obsolete in the next 20 years. Presently, manually operating a gasoline engine powered automobile is an integral part of life in North America. Whether you live in a smaller city, or a larger city, such as Los Angeles, without good public transportation, one is expected to drive.

How Mobile Supports Google's Online Dominance and Why EU Should Take Action

Nathan Newman | Posted 07.08.2015 | Business
Nathan Newman

When the European Commission announced antitrust proceedings against Google in mid-April, the most interesting part was not the complaint about the company's sidelining of competitors in search results -- an issue that the Commission had been discussing for years.

Where Is Google Driving Us?

Michael Rosenblum | Posted 07.08.2015 | Technology
Michael Rosenblum

This is the problem with turning society over to engineers. While they love efficiency, they are not great a uncertainty, failure or serendipity. And in many ways, those elements are the most interesting aspects of the texture of the human experience. And all of this is about to be lost.

Why Hasn't Mobile Moved Medicine Further Yet?

Prem N. Ramkumar | Posted 07.08.2015 | Technology
Prem N. Ramkumar

The potential for mobile technology in medicine is great, but the current landscape is not yet set up to transform the health care industry. There exists no reliable winner in the marketplace because either our goals are misaligned or our focus has been misplaced.

The Story of Localized Marketing - Part II

Max Gladwell | Posted 07.07.2015 | Technology
Max Gladwell

Gretzky's well-known quote is one of the most abused business clichés, but that's because (a) business people love sports analogies and (b) it so perfectly captures the essence of vision.

Smartphones May Be Inspiring Millennials To Cook More

The Huffington Post | Lorenzo Ligato | Posted 07.07.2015 | Technology

Who needs a sous-chef when you have a smartphone?

When It Comes To Identity Theft, How Paranoid Should You Be?

Dr. Gregory Jantz, Ph.D. | Posted 07.07.2015 | Technology
Dr. Gregory Jantz, Ph.D.

Being in the therapy business, I'm constantly monitoring my own psychological state, probably not unlike physicians who regularly check their pulse. Lately, I'm monitoring a growing sense of being watched. I don't think I'm becoming paranoid, yet, but it's starting to feel that way.

Hotel Entertainment Thanks to Google

Hipmunk | Posted 07.07.2015 | Travel
Hipmunk

One of the hidden costs of travel is getting charged for watching on-demand movies in your hotel room. Now, thanks to Google's Chromecast dongle, you can stream your own entertainment to your hotel television.

Mindfulness: 7 Reasons to Implement Meditation at Work

Geoff Koboldt | Posted 07.07.2015 | Healthy Living
Geoff Koboldt

I hope that you are inspired enough to give meditation a chance as you deserve greater peace in your life. For those that already meditate, and will now try it at work, I am confident your boss and colleagues will appreciate the new super-hero at the office.

Who Knows What's Next For Greece? Google, Hopefully

The Huffington Post | Alexandra Ma | Posted 07.06.2015 | Technology

Moments after the Greeks rejected an austerity deal from the EU, they took all of their unanswered questions to Google.

Google, I Hardly Knew Ye

Tricia McCallum | Posted 07.06.2015 | Comedy
Tricia McCallum

Google thinks it's so great. That it's the best search engine in the world. Then why can it not answer any of my simplest, most pressing questions?

Classical Live: A Gift to New Music Fans

Nicholas Alexander Brown | Posted 07.05.2015 | Arts
Nicholas Alexander Brown

It's a great thing when major orchestras release new recordings of contemporary art music. It's an even better sign of the vibrancy of the classical music business for that to happen under the auspices of a new major international initiative that brings together commercial and non-profit entities.

Beyond Influence: Rethinking Elites in the Brave New World

St. Gallen Symposium | Posted 07.03.2015 | World
St. Gallen Symposium

Aldous Huxley was fascinated with elites. In his novel Brave New World (1931) he creates a society of Alphas ruling over Betas, Deltas, Gammas and Epsilons in a caste system state order. The rules of society are simple.

The Rise and Fall of the BlackBerry: An Interview with  Jacquie McNish and Sean Silcoff

Phil Simon | Posted 07.02.2015 | Books
Phil Simon

The iconic device not too long ago defined ubiquitous, at least in the business world. Make no mistake: its legacy is alive and well. For my money, it is responsible for creating the expectation that we are always reachable, a problem that haunts us today.

Google Apologizes For Tagging Photos Of Black People As ‘Gorillas'

The Huffington Post | Taryn Finley | Posted 07.02.2015 | Black Voices

When Jacky Alciné checked his Google Photos app earlier this week, he noticed it labeled photos of himself and a friend, both black, as “gorillas....

This Awesome Google Chrome Extension Makes The Internet A Happy Place

The Huffington Post | Cameron Keady | Posted 07.02.2015 | Good News

Just when you finally got “Everything Is Awesome” out of your head, another version of "The Lego Movie's" catchy theme song has been created. ...

Google Unit Is Sorry For Using Concentration Camps In Mobile Game

AP | Posted 07.02.2015 | Technology

A Google subsidiary has apologized for making Nazi concentration camps part of a mobile role-playing game.

Gmail Just Changed In A Big, Beautiful Way

The Huffington Post | Alexandra Ma | Posted 07.01.2015 | Technology

Tired of staring at your bland Gmail theme 24/7? So are we. Thankfully, Gmail has finally come through with a major design overhaul to jazz up our ema...

Dear Ray Kurzweil

Kevin F. Adler | Posted 06.30.2015 | Technology
Kevin F. Adler

You connected Singularity University to my work with one simple insight: stories were the first invention. Life is pretty short in prehistoric times if the story of the lion behind the rock is not effectively communicated.

Google's Fail of a Ramadan App

Techonomy | Posted 06.30.2015 | Technology
Techonomy

As far as apps go -- it's less than an app. It's merely a thrown-together version of a feed aggregator with very limited content and no useful Google or social integration. I know from my own strategy work that with a little effort it's possible to build good looking and useful apps that are actually useful.

Creating 21st Century Presentations With a 20th Century Brain

Alex Simon | Posted 06.30.2015 | Technology
Alex Simon

Technology seems to be advancing faster than the speed of light. Our state-of-the-art smart phone, computer and Blu-ray player has become the new car of the 21st century: the minute we drive it off the lot, it's obsolete and virtually worthless. The same can be said for the art of communication, which has been almost completely taken over by technology in the past 20 years.