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You can pull a “PR-180,” engage highly influential people, and energize your content marketing strategy

By Mark Helfen

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What if you could engage with well-known and influential “thought leaders,” and in the process both develop a relationship and increase the credibility...

Sports and Tech

SVForum is organizing a conference on the intersection of sports & tech. Dec. 5, Palo Alto. Possibly the first ever. As...

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New Frontiers in Personal Genomics

Whether or not you want to know if you're susceptible to various genetics-related diseases, and whether or not you're interested in your ancestry, identifying adverse drug reactions, drug response...

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YouTube has grown up – a tool for customer engagement

By Mark Helfen

All the cute videos of puppies and babies are still on YouTube. Lady Gaga is still...

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slides: Embedded Technology / Functional Fashion (Demo: Google Glass) & future of mobile

Siamak's 90 very detailed slides of his presentation last night...

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The Science of Thought Leadership

By Mark Helfen

 

The words “thought leadership” may be overused, even cliché.

 

But Mitchell Levy has elevated the idea to a science as the first Thought...

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A great talk on Arduino and Raspberry Pi

Yesterday, Elis Pogace gave an overview, history, potential and limitations of Arduino and Raspberry Pi. My personal take-away from this is that they pack a lot of potential since they bring down...

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By itself, mobile technology isn’t all that interesting...

By Mark Helfen

By itself, mobile technology isn’t all that interesting.

But take data from applications, big data analytics, IT, the cloud, and social networks, and cross all the...

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How NASA might build its very first warp drive

OK, this one has BOTH feet in the lab:

How NASA might build its very first warp drive

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gesture recognition to a hundredth of a millimeter accuracy

Not through walls, but if you're sitting in front of your computer, Leap Motion has a USB input device CNET says can detect motion  to a hundredth of a millimeter accuracy. Video demo at...

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