Härnu founder Jason Gowans talks about breaking down language barriers, the dangers of Facebook’s insulator effect, and how people-powered results are changing the way we search. [Source]Read more "Härnu, a social network combining maps and translation services"
Kim spoke with former United Nations Under-Secretary General Elisabeth Rehn, who helped found the United World College in Mostar, where Kim is a student. The two-part interview was conducted in English for Finnish TV and uploaded to YouTube.Read more "Elisabeth Rehn interviews Kim Han-Sol"
NTT DoCoMo Inc. has introduced a robot concierge named Shabette Robo. By accessing a cloud-based database set up by a user via smartphones, the robot can check the user’s preferences, daily routines, tastes, etc, and make recommendations. Read the accompanying story at http://www.japantimes.co.jp/text/nb20121005a4.htmlRead more "New smartphone controlled home robot by NTT Docomo and NEC"
Martin Varsavsky on Google+: I’m happy to be involved in the launch of LinkedIn’s Thought Leaders program. You can follow me at http://linkd.in/SAG3IFRead more "LinkedIn introducing Thought Leaders"
The photo caption is clear: “Good conversation with Prime Minister Medvedev.” Within minutes, the image had more than 10,600 “likes” and nearly 500 shares. Zuckerberg came to the Russian capital yesterday and today will attend a conference for programmers. The idea is to strengthen the presence of Facebook in Russia, a country where social networks […]Read more "Russian prime minister Dmitry Medvedev meets Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg in Moscow"
This is really cool. A time machine as a web service. Try it out here.Read more "Take Me Back To"