The Birth And Death Of Privacy: Humans do have an instinctual desire for privacy. However, for 3,000 years, cultures have nearly always prioritized convenience and wealth over privacy.
Sound Matters: We talk about how cities and buildings look. We call places landmarks or eyesores. But we rarely talk about how architecture sounds, aside from when a building or room is noisy.
The Social-Network Illusion That Tricks Your Mind: Network scientists have discovered how social networks can create the illusion that something is common when it is actually rare.
Tech Trends 2016: With the start of a new year, the exciting question is: What technology trends will radically transform businesses in 2016 and beyond?
Quipt: A gesture-based control software that facilitates new ways to communicate with industrial robots.
Behaviosec : Technology start-up building next-gen security solutions through behavioral biometrics like speed, temperature and rhythm.
Netflix Party: A Chrome extension to synchronize Netflix video playback on multiple computers. You know, for movie nights with that long-distance special someone.
Tracing You: By cross referencing visitor IP addresses with available online data sources, the system traces each visitor back through the network to its possible origin.
Mirko Borsche, On Design History And Brainstorming: Whether it is the cover designs of progressive art magazine Kaleidoscope or the visual identity of the Bavarian State Opera – Mirko Borsche and his team are behind some of the most clever, effective and bold works of graphic design out there.
Hyperallergic’s Top 10 Works Of Internet Art: From entire exhibitions to individual works, here are the top picks of art from the paths of the information superhighway we’ve traversed this year.
Levi Brooks is the CEO/Co-founder of Use All Five.
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