Monthly Archives: September 2012

MindMeld Heralds the Era of Anticipatory Computing

September 12, 2012   |   filed under Anticipatory Computing, Apps, Conversation, Technology, Video

From GIGAOM’s website: “Tim Tuttle, a serial entrepreneur who co-founded web acceleration technology company Bang Networks and video search engine Truveo (acquired by AOL), has returned with his third startup, Expect Labs, which he co-founded with Moninder Jheeta (who built infrastructure for Truveo.) The company today announced its first product, an iPad app for simplified… Read more »

Improv Everywhere’s “Audiogram”

September 10, 2012   |   filed under Audio, Comedy, Disruption, New York City, Participation

On October 13 and 14, Improv Everywhere is staging Audiogram, a new participatory project with the Guggenheim. Audiogram, a cousin to our Mp3 Experiment series, will be an interactive audio adventure that will both make you laugh and make you rethink the noises that surround you in your daily city life. Audiogram is a collaboration between Mp3 Experiment… Read more »

Totally Wired – On the Trail of the Great Dotcom Swindle by Andrew Smith

September 1, 2012   |   filed under Books, Ebooks, Reviews, Technology, The Guardian

From The Gaurdian’s website: “In the late 1990s, easy cash and irresponsibility became an art form. It was the time of the dotcom boom when a small number of clever, usually irreverent and often dysfunctional people invented great things and became billionaires overnight. Some became mainstream corporate bosses; others would disappear off the map. One… Read more »