Fast Thinking

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15 Megabytes of Fame
December 1st, 2007

The days of having a 24 hours cycle to fill your paper with hard news seem as remote as the era when news took weeks to cross the world by steamship. The constraints on the news media to get the story couldn’t be tighter.

Why do we still print?
November 28th, 2011

You can’t talk about paper usage in the 21st century without mentioning the environment. Of all the reasons to abandon the widespread use of paper, the need to stop cutting down trees would seem the most urgent.


The Subtle Touch
June 1st, 2007

You might be surprised to learn that after most of the early patents from the 70s and 80s expired, R&D labs went to work and the new generation of capacitive, optical imaging and multi-point touch technology is much smarter.

Thanks for the Idea
April 1st, 2009

It used to be cut and dried. We walked into a store and bought a 7-inch single or videocassette if we liked a song or movie. None of us had the means to reproduce it in the sort of numbers that would hurt copyright holders too much. But nowadays, an eleven-year-old on the family PC can copy and distribute anything to billions of otherwise paying customers.


Click
December 1st, 2009

The first half of the book is more or less an ad for the company, where Tancer explains his predictions about when people will search for a given thing or his detective work to understand seemingly aberrant search phenomena (like searches for prom dresses months before the traditional US prom season).

Whoops, there goes…
June 26th, 2011

But the decline of newsprint trumpeted by everyone from reporters to media barons has another potential victim — the software companies like Quark and Adobe who’ve spent the past 30 years investing billions in desktop publishing, graphic design and publications management applications.






15 Megabytes of Fame We've all seen them — banners in newspapers asking for our reports ...
December 1st, 2007

Click As the most established killer app on the web, search engines generally ...
December 1st, 2009

Rise of the Machines With the mobile phone's takeover PDAs, electronic organisers and more behind us, ...
September 1st, 2008

The Global Local More than just call centres, it's now professional services matched to rock ...
June 26th, 2011

Why do we still print? If you've listened to the news about books, newspapers and magazines over ...
November 28th, 2011

Smart But Dumb It's been bandied about the science and business worlds a lot over ...
January 1st, 2010


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  • AskMen.com
  • Auscam
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  • Empire
  • Empty Magazine
  • Famous Monsters of Filmland
  • Fast Thinking
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  • Film Stories
  • Filmink
  • Follow Gentlemen
  • Geek Magazine
  • Good Reading
  • Good Weekend
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  • How It Works
  • Hydrapinion
  • Inside Film
  • Internet.au
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  • Marketing
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  • Men's Style
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