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The Unintended Consequences of Autocorrect

The Unintended Consequences of Autocorrect

The idea of adhering to electronic communication etiquette, in emails and social media posts, has been around a long time. And just in case we’ve forgotten, the example of the emails of Sony executives being aired out in public is still pretty fresh.
Filed in: Clarity, Innovation
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Seeing the Connections Can Fuel Innovation

Seeing the Connections Can Fuel Innovation

A great series on the technological innovations that have molded modern life, How We Got to Now, recently concluded on PBS. (If you missed the six-part series the first time around, it’s bound to be repeated.)
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The Color Purple

The Color Purple

No one would dispute that the pace of innovation has accelerated. According to “Welcome to the Failure Age!,” the first tools developed by humans, axes and hoes for instance, didn’t change for millennia;
Filed in: Innovation, Risk
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Justin.tv’s Second Life

Justin.tv’s Second Life

There’s something compelling, as well as instructive, about Plan B’s that take over and become huge successes and overshadow the original idea. I’ve written about other successes snatched from the jaws of failure
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A Look Back at 2014 Disruptive Innovation Predictions

A Look Back at 2014 Disruptive Innovation Predictions

Two Forbes.com correspondents, Paul Nunes and Larry Downes, trawled the aisles of last year’s Consumer Electronics Show. Like me, the pair, who also authored Big Bang Disruption, are firmly in the camp that believes as technologies improve, especially computer and network technologies, the flow of new goods and services will continue to accelerate.
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