Updating Privacy

If you are like me (and, trust me, I’m fairly normal when it comes to being a part of today’s consumer society) you are getting a lot of emails with the subject line something like: “We are updating our privacy … Read More

What is Your Privacy Worth?

This question has been asked many times over the years, as producers of products and technology have both become increasing more interested in things we once kept private. Originally—by which I mean, before social media—our sense of privacy gave us … Read More

Athletes Under a Data Microscope

Player tracking data provides new layers of relevant feedback for both casual fans and athletes looking to improve. Tracking technologies enhance the viewing experience for fans by letting them see where their favorite players are located on the field, and … Read More

Emerging Evidence: An Introduction to Li-Fi

Li-Fi, or Light Fidelity, is a form of optical wireless communication through which a signal of information is transmitted using the visible, infrared and ultraviolet light spectrums. … Read More

Play With Yourself

I can’t decide whether this is creepy, egomaniacal or really cool…. Let’s go with all three then shall we! A Japanese company with the ominous name of The Clone Factory will put your EXACT likeness onto a doll for you.  … Read More

The Visual Appeal Of Infographs

2010 is the year I really feel in love with infographs.  I have always liked them but for some reason they seemed to really get great this year.  Check out VisualEconomics.com Best Infographics of 2010 for some examples.  If you … Read More

Rickshaw Drivers in Pune, India Required To Carry Bio-Cryptic ID

The recent terrorist attacks in India are most likely responsible for a new policy being adopted in Pune, India. The Pune Regional Transport Authority has made bio-cryptic registration cards mandatory for all the auto drivers’ owners in the city. The … Read More