Wed.Mar 16, 2011

The Materials of Digital Products

Adaptive Path

I have the good fortune of having a number of industrial designers as friends. As is the case with most people in the creative field, we have spent a considerable amount of time discussing our work. Throughout our conversations, there have been two tracks of thinking that impressed me. The first was a commitment to craft and an understanding of its importance to the final product's quality.

Networked Knowledge: out of the ivory tower

Harold Jarche

Tweet Many of the important issues that face our society are complex and require a good knowledge of science. Yesterday, I explained some of what I’ve been trying to learn about nuclear fission and power generation.

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The Day Web and TV Collided

Adaptive Path

It was reported yesterday that Netflix bid on and is close to acquiring its first original television series. Netflix is bidding for a TV series titled "House of Cards" starring Kevin Spacey, reportedly competing against the HBO and AMC cable networks for the contract. But here's the shocker&hellip

Crowd-inspired innovation

Jay Cross

TED’s Chris Anderson talks about How Web Video Powers Global Innovation. This same logic applies to any organization or community. Making it easy to create and share videos multiplies the potential connections between new ideas and a group’s members.

Does giving teachers bonuses improve student performance.

Dan Pink

One of the hottest ideas in education policy these days is tying teacher pay to student performance on standardized tests. The theory is that offering up cash

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