Structure Sensor – Another Giant Leap Toward NUI

July 7, 2014

I have written several posts over the years about NUI Natural User Interface being the next great expedition in computing. When you can reach beyond the 2D limitations of your computer screen and interact with an application beyond the surface, computing will never be the same. This technology is already here but not quite ready […]

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Brazillian Kids Learn English By Chatting with Elderly Americans

May 9, 2014

This story is such a wonderful mix of technology and humanity and connection that we simply have to share.  It really is a simple equation.  Kids learning English need to converse and the elderly just want someone to talk to.  The power of online video is the solution.  Grab a tissue and take a look. […]

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A Healthy Community Infographic

May 5, 2014

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All Patients Should Have a Great View – Artist Colleen Darby

March 12, 2014

Learn more about how this artist is single handedly helping to increase patient satisfaction.   Be Sociable, Share!

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Ted Talk: Joel Selanikio – Improving Technology Distribution Impacts Healthcare Big Data

January 7, 2014

This is a great Ted Talk for those tech companies disributing their technology on a global level like LitCentral, Inc. The title is a tad ambigous because Joel Selanikio's message is really about evolving software distribution and then reaping the rewards of the data produced by pervasive distribution. In summary, if the limitations of you […]

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TED Talk: CEO Krista Donaldson Changing Lives with an $80 Prosthetic

December 27, 2013

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Entrepreneur Patrick Soon-Shiong Creating a New Path To More Efficient Healthcare

December 2, 2013

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Lifehacker – How I Work

October 24, 2013

Remember so long ago receiving your worldy knowledge via newspapers, magazines and the slit-my-wrist evening news?  Now we literally carry the most powerful information resource on the planet (the web) in our pocket. There are millions (yes millions) of applications to help you gain access, sort and digest the deluge of info.  I am currently […]

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iSketchnote – A promising approach to e-notebooks

September 12, 2013

Jump back to circa 2005/2006 and you will recall digital notepads had a slight impact on technology, but they never really caught on.  Special (expensive) paper and special pens made the whole experience not so "special".  At the same time, the tablet PC was an expensive alternative that allowed you to capture all your drawings […]

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Teach Yourself Code

September 2, 2013

If you are a start-up, without a developer as one of the co-founders, think about teaching yourself code. Many co-founders find themselves asking, "But what language?"  Well, that's a great question!  If you have a "big idea", and it can be deployed within a browser, it is best to start with Ruby on Rails.  Rails […]

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US Healthcare vs The World

August 31, 2013

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The Funding Game

May 21, 2013

The path of a startup entrepreneur will require at least one round of funding (unless you have an “Aunt Winfrey or Uncle Gates” in your back pocket).  This quest is often stressful, and many nights will be spent in deep meditation, while you debate how much of your baby you are willing to give up […]

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Going Going Gone – Technology Relics

May 14, 2013

I was actually galvanized to write this article a few months back, after cringing at the annual site of the Yellow Pages shrinked wrapped and delivered in front of the entrance to my office.  I kept looking around for the culprit, expecting to see a deliveryman navigating the business district with horse-and-buggy, and a crazed […]

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Insight & Perspective

March 29, 2013

Just a reminder there's no reason to be complacent or bored. Move forward entrepreneurs, allowing your creativity and passion to lead the way.  Be Sociable, Share!

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MYO – Gesture Control Armband

February 27, 2013

Frequent readers of this blog know I am a big proponent of where Natural User Interface (NUI) can and will take technology.  So you can imagine how excited I was to come across MYO – a gesture control armband.   MYO measures the electrical activities in your forearm and uses the data to interface with […]

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Flexible Display Technology

February 4, 2013

We first saw this technology in action at the SID (Society of Information Display) Conference in Los Angeles back in 2008. At the time e-readers were just becoming a part of the mainstream. I remember one particular e-reader company (which never made it to market) had a device that essentially acted like an electronic scroll.  […]

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GravityLight – A Shining Example of “Necessity is the Mother of Invention”

December 14, 2012

This is just a brilliant example of what it means to create from "the thinking stuff".  Martin Riddiford and Jim Reeves, London based designers took on a project to help a village in Africa in need of a renewable source of energy to break their dependence on kerosene propelled lanterns.  Solar must be the solution, […]

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December 14, 2012
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The True Spirit of Entrepreneuralism Found in Waterless Bathing

December 4, 2012

Many of us serial entrepreneurs are so familiar with easily accessing the World Wide Web with laptops, iPads and screen real estate – so consuming we hardly have room on our desks for a cup of coffee.  I wonder what kind of entrepreneurial zeal we would have if a simple Nokia cellphone was our only […]

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Lazerwood Keys for Apple Wireless Keyboard

November 28, 2012
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  Now Apple enthusiasts can bring some pizzazz to their workspace or office with the eye-catching Lazerwood Keys. Warning! This is a DYI project – requiring precision, patience and time. However, if you are in to "nature oriented" office furnishings then the end result should be worth the effort. Compatible with US keyboard layouts, the […]

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