Monthly Archives: September 2010
I always knew that FourSquare is a cool company, but I didn’t realize they are so cool 🙂 See few more slide in the Social Cities set.
I didn’t join this workshop (it was in thee parts, and overlapping with too many other interesting events, but it was a nice try to create the ‘School of the Future’. I also met Ian Schulte, from the Latitude consultancy … Continue reading
From today and till Wednesday I am in Brussels, at the Digitally Driven Europe forum in the Expo Center. It’s a large (some say – the largest so far) gathering of the ICT folks, from all over Europe. From one … Continue reading
I wrote earlier last year about the wonderful techno-organic creations by Philip Beesley, artist and architect from Canada. We saw them in Linz, during the Ars Electronica festival. They are truly amazing, and somewhat terrifying too, I remember seeing people … Continue reading
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam-based museum of contemporary art, presented a very interesting project that shows how new technology can impact and change the way art is displayed, and viewed. Together with the MediaLAB Amsterdam, the museum developed a system to present … Continue reading