Monthly Archives: April 2011

Communications and augmented reality: envisioning

Computers have a problem: they are, quite literally, a small window into a large on-line world and a small window in the real-world. Moreover, the on-line world bears little resemblance to the real world. So, we’re forced to constantly reconcile … Continue reading

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Why “Color” matters and why you should pay attention

Two weeks ago Color (www.color.com) launched a social photo sharing experience.┬áIt’s an interesting experience, but this is why you should be paying attention: Color, using interesting social features, launched a large-scale context engine. This is a huge move. Context has … Continue reading

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