Fast Thinking

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Back to nature
May 1st, 2010

Achieving the environmental gains that built in natural processes offer seems like a huge task after our history of high waste, factory-style production, but it can start with the simple question ‘how would nature do this?’ Next time you turn on a light at home (which probably uses about 120 volts of electricity) consider that the Amazon electric eel can produce three times as much power using chemicals that also are found in the human body.

Rise of the Machines
September 1st, 2008

The device promised by the dotcom age, which we’d use for everything from watching TV, reading books and making phone calls to browsing the web, working and playing games is now a clich√©, both technology vendors and consumers now realising we want different experiences from different tools.


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 Dream Factory
June 1st, 2007

The real magic of the movies happens inside the powerful computers of digital effects houses today — where the weather, interfering studio suits and the limitations of real-world physics can’t hold up the shoot or ruin million dollar sets.


Through a Virtual Eye
June 1st, 2007

It’s the distributors and studios that are going to save money — by not having to earmark hundreds of millions to send a movie around the world as they do currently.

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).






The Subtle Touch Who'd have thought a 35-year-old technology would be the next big thing ...
June 1st, 2007

Cyburbia Cyburbia is what author James Harkin calls the virtual realm we inhabit ...
December 1st, 2009

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

Stuck in the Middle Business success can take two forms. The first is to forge ahead ...
December 1st, 2008

The Dream Factory Barely a movie reaches our screens today without digital effects, but did ...
June 1st, 2007

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


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