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Ian Khan

How to Destroy an Organization in Three Ways With Nothing but Free Apps

Ian Khan | November 30, 2015 | Technology
I did not want to be so dramatic, but I could not help but be completely honest as well. The end possibility is that your entire organization may suffer the fate of Sony Pictures, target, Anthem and others who have been shaken by hacks and vulnerabilities in their networks.
Andy Plesser

(VIDEO) Dynamic Ad Creativity Is Science-Fiction: Nielsen's Solomon

Andy Plesser | November 30, 2015 | Technology
The prospect that, in a connected era, TV ads could be assembled from multiple component parts to make up a 30-second spot that is custom-built for a particular individual viewer is getting some marketers is excited. But how viable is this idea, really? Nielsen's precision and planning SVP Eric Solomon reckons:...
Charu Sharma

Going Against the Flow: Chase Garbarino, CEO of VENTUREAPP

Charu Sharma | November 30, 2015 | Technology
Chase Garbarino is CEO and co-founder of VENTUREAPP, a marketplace connecting startups and small businesses with experts and premium solution providers that will help their business.
Steve Rosenbaum

Startups That Rock the Video World

Steve Rosenbaum | November 30, 2015 | Technology
It's easy to think of web video as beginning and ending with YouTube, but if you expand your field of vision, you'll find that there are a remarkable group of startups inviting new services and technology for sites and small businesses around video.
Prem Shankar Jha

Climate Change Is an Opportunity, Not a Threat

Prem Shankar Jha | November 30, 2015 | World
NEW DELHI -- At the Paris climate talks, the international community should resolve to phase out fossil fuel power plants and instead support biofuels and solar -- two technologies that have rapidly advanced to become competitive, efficient and sustainable.
Powerful Answers

Growing Up in an Earthquake Zone Shaped My Vision for Smart Quake Sensor

Powerful Answers | November 30, 2015 | Technology
Born and raised in Turkey, I lived through countless earthquakes. Turkey is one of the most earthquake-prone countries in the world, and I witnessed many casualties during these catastrophes.
Vala Afshar

10 Design Experience X-Factors

Vala Afshar | November 30, 2015 | Technology
My mind was stretched by reading Solis' new book. Solis masterfully shared a narrative around the stunning importance and tangible positive effects on experience when business meets design.
Robert J. Elisberg

The Writers Workbench; Holiday Gifts 2015

Robert J. Elisberg | November 30, 2015 | Technology
Here are a few products that I reviewed during the year that might make nice presents or stocking stuffers for the tech-lovers among your near-and-dear loved ones. I've tried to keep them within gift-range in terms of price, though that's as subjective as anything. There are links for each to the original reviews.
Peter Diamandis

Thanksgiving 2025

Peter Diamandis | November 30, 2015 | Technology
We are entering a period of rapid societal transformation. Where traditions will morph, and limitations of decades past will lift allowing us to recreate our social networks and celebrations.
Elizabeth Zephyrine McDonough

Woman Boycotts Internet in Cyber Monday Protest

Elizabeth Zephyrine McDonough | November 30, 2015 | Comedy
This Cyber Monday, instead of hunting for discounted Uggs inside a computer screen, we invite you to join Diane's cause and say "F the Internet." Go outside, meet a friend for racquetball, visit your grandmother at her old folks home or, if she's dead, make that trek out to the cemetery.
Steve Rosenbaum

In Search of Elusive Apple iPad Deals

Steve Rosenbaum | November 29, 2015 | Technology
After about an hour online, it came down to these three deals. Staples, Walmart and Best Buy all had rare -- and meaningful -- discounts on Apple's list price. Amazon had a good price, but out of stock with no shipping date available.
Michael Rosenblum

The Vinyl of Photography

Michael Rosenblum | November 29, 2015 | Technology
I got into this business a long long time ago because I was a photographer, or at least I wanted to be one. I was mesmerized by images and the process of collecting them. There was a kind of intimacy about it.

This Is What a Day in the Life of a Tesla Intern Is Like

Quora | November 27, 2015 | Technology
It varies hugely between teams and the projects you'll be working on, but I'll try to cover my bases here.
Garret Keogh

Breaking the Social Habit

Garret Keogh | November 30, 2015 | UK Tech
I've recently joined the social-break bandwagon. This is slightly ironic, as I'm the founder of a digital marketing agency. As a self-confessed social media addict, I took myself off work, email and social media for a month. I really missed it but learnt a lot about how and why I was sharing so much.
Adam Levin

Facebook "Most Used Words" App as Privacy Lesson

Adam Levin | November 26, 2015 | Technology
The reason this app has privacy hawks screeching is simple: it grabs an enormous amount of personally identifiable information and private details about Facebook users for way too little in return.
Charu Sharma

Going Against the Flow: David Cohen, Co-Founder of Techstars

Charu Sharma | November 25, 2015 | Technology
It's about changing the world for the better. Innovating, and improving the human condition. I think motivation and drive, coupled with raw talent, help make founders successful. It's not that simple, but that's a great start.
Nathan Gardels

Weekend Roundup: Now It's NATO vs. NATO (New Anti-Terror Organization)

Nathan Gardels | November 26, 2015 | World
The Turkish downing of a Russian jet that crossed into its territory while bombing targets in Syria complicates even further the play of contraries in an already bewildering set of Mideast conflicts. The episode introduces a fresh tension that could well pit NATO, of which Turkey is a member, against what Gopalkrishna Gandhi calls a fledgling new NATO, or New Anti-Terror Organization, that French President François Hollande is trying to organize globally in the wake of the Paris attacks. Hollande meets Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow this week. (continued)
Foteini Agrafioti

5 Common Misconceptions About Deep Learning

Foteini Agrafioti | November 25, 2015 | Canada Business
Deep learning is the buzzword of the moment inside tech circles and as the public plugs into what this breakthrough in artificial intelligence (AI) means for the future of technology, a number of common misconceptions have emerged. Below, our machine learning experts at Architech Labs clear up some of the confusion.
Ian Khan

Cybercrime Costs Us $500 Billion Every Year -- How Not to Get Phished Before the Holidays!

Ian Khan | November 25, 2015 | Technology
$500 Billion is the estimated cost of cybercrime as of 2015 based on various reports. How does that affect business and what fears and opportunities that it present for tomorrow? Let's take a different perspective.
Andy Plesser

(VIDEO) Castree On Videology's "Sand, Rocks & Boulders"

Andy Plesser | November 25, 2015 | Technology
FORT LAUDERDALE -- It's one of the major ad tech vendors promising to define the emerging video advertising space. But what is going on at Videology lately? The way North America MD Tim Castree describes, Videology is a little bit like geology... "Sand -- How we...
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