In the Programmable World, All Our Objects Will Act as One
Bill Wasik, wired.com

We are surrounded by tiny, intelligent devices that capture data about how we live and what we do. Soon we’ll be able to choreograph them to respond to our needs, solve our problems, and even save our lives.

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Programmable world: all things as one–Buddhism meet engineering

Alt Text: Taking Another Look at the Myth of the ‘Nice Guy’
Lore Sjöberg, wired.com

Lore Sjoberg examines the linguistic and cultural implications of the myth of the “nice guy.”

Lore Sjöberg

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The myth of the nice guy

Welcome to the new reputation economy

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Welcome to the new reputation economy (Wired UK)

By Rachel Botsman, wired.co.uk Magazine

This arti­cle was taken from the Sep­tem­ber 2012 issue of Wired mag­a­zine. Be the first to read Wired’s arti­cles in print before they’re post­ed online, and get your hands on loads of addi­tion­al con­tent by sub­scrib­ing…

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In the Next Industrial Revolution, Atoms Are the New Bits | Magazine

via www.wired.com

An interesting new article in Wired on the way that social networking, crowdsourcing and software driven, personal manufacturing is transforming the manufacturing of every type of good. Indeed the worlds of bit and atoms are merging at a rapid clip.

Free: Bottom up approaches to innovation

An article by Wired reviews the impact of bottom up, socially driven approaches to innovation.

Transcranial magnetic stimulation | Magventure – Versatility in Magnetic Stimulation

 

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