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    Schlagwörter: , von kaffeeringe (05.08.2018)
  2. It’s 500 years since Martin Luther defied the authority of the Catholic church. It’s time for a similar revolt against the hypocrisy of the religion of technology
    Schlagwörter: , , von kaffeeringe (02.11.2017)
  3. Gerade hochqualifizierte Softwarentwicker laufen Gefahr ein Mindset zu entwickeln, wonach sich auch komplexe gesellschaftliche Prozesse und Probleme wie Software verstehen und lösen lassen. Tatsächlich scheitert die Tech-Szene aber an ihren eigenen Ansprüchen.
    Schlagwörter: , , von kaffeeringe (08.07.2016)
  4. A standard assumption of technological progress is that new innovations are born in our mind, and we humans choose which of those visions to bring into existence. We imagine stuff, we want stuff, we build stuff, and repeat.
    Schlagwörter: , von kaffeeringe (14.07.2015)
  5. Peter Thiel says he’s trying to get entrepreneurs to go after bigger problems than the ones Silicon Valley is chasing.
    Schlagwörter: , , von kaffeeringe (18.09.2014)
  6. We're Bullish On Technology's Distant Future, Less So Its Present
    Schlagwörter: , , von kaffeeringe (18.04.2014)
  7. Evgeny Morozov's second book is a brilliant, confounding work of creative destruction.
    Schlagwörter: , , von kaffeeringe (03.04.2013)
  8. Bisher analysierte die Internet-Kritik Risiken und Folgen – jetzt greift sie die digitale Ideologie an
    Schlagwörter: , , von kaffeeringe (02.04.2013)
  9. 200 years ago, the Luddites tried to stop technological progress. They didn’t succeed.
    Schlagwörter: , von kaffeeringe (19.01.2013)
  10. Why is it dead? Because you and your phone are one thing; a single organism. You get extremely nervous when you're parted from it. It is your precious; once you get past the lock screen, you are intimately connected to it. And 83% of young people go to bed with their phone. Some older ones too. This is not a shared device or even that thing you leave lying around on your desk unattended. If you happen to catch someone fiddling around with it, you're liable to get testy. So all additional layers of login, beyond the lock screen, are at best superfluous and at worst, a reason to delete apps.
    Schlagwörter: , von kaffeeringe (14.07.2012)
  11. Moore’s Law is finally breaking down, according to theoretical physicist Michio Kaku. He’s talking about the so-called law that says the number of transistors that can be fit on a computer chip will double every two years, resulting in periodic increases in computing power.
    Schlagwörter: von kaffeeringe (22.05.2012)
  12. Maschinen werden besser als Menschen, in allen Branchen. Eine Revolution bahnt sich an. Doch wir können die Folgen steuern: Manifest für eine Sozialisierung der Automatisierungsdividende.
    Schlagwörter: , , , , von kaffeeringe (19.05.2012)
  13. The Sand Glass is a new look at traffic lights. Surely people must be frustrated with the current design, which is why we have seen THREE DIFFERENT DESIGNS recently. Make this the fourth dimension using the sand-hour-glass as its model. LED lights trickle down to make an obvious statement, regarding the time left for the lights to change. Easy and intuitive.
    Schlagwörter: , von kaffeeringe (26.03.2012)
  14. Twin Creeks, a solar power startup that emerged from hiding today, has developed a way of creating photovoltaic cells that are half the price of today’s cheapest cells, and thus within reach of challenging the fossil fuel hegemony. The best bit: Twin Creeks’ photovoltaic cells are created using a hydrogen ion particle accelerator.
    Schlagwörter: , , von kaffeeringe (13.03.2012)
  15. The harsh reality is that there is a dearth of women in tech. Just look around Silicon Valley—you don’t see many blacks there, or Hispanics either. Until recently, I didn’t know of even one black woman CEO (though I had heard a rumor that one or two existed). Yes, I know that few women and members of ethnic minorities study engineering; that some women can’t deal with the stress and just want to raise children; and that this is not Mike Arrington’s fault. It is noteworthy that blacks and Hispanics constitute only 1.5% and 4.7% respectively of the Valley’s tech population—well below national tech-population averages of 7.1% and 5.3%.
    Schlagwörter: , , , von kaffeeringe (03.04.2011)
  16. Lately, everybody seems to be talking about a new technology bubble. Many very smart CEOs, VCs, reporters, and analysts can’t seem to stop worrying about the second coming of the dot com bust. Are the prognosticators correct? Will we head mercilessly into another crash? I don’t think so.
    Schlagwörter: , , von kaffeeringe (24.03.2011)
  17. RSS makes it possible for me to check 100s of sites a day. I only actually implicitly go and read two, everything else goes through the RSS reader. If I didn’t have RSS then I wouldn’t bother keeping an eye on that many sites in the first place. Because me and you—dear technical readers—don’t have to suffer that routine anymore, it’s not reason that everybody else should. Bringing all the news updates straight to the user every day is a great killer feature that vendors should be waving from the fronts of their home pages! Browser vendors talk about their software helping users get the most out of the great ’Web; right next to “browsing”, RSS should be the second most important feature of browsers!
    Schlagwörter: , , , , , , , von kaffeeringe (17.03.2011)
  18. The Guardian's Oliver Burkeman went to Texas to the South by Southwest festival of film, music and technology, in search of the next big idea. After three days he found it: the boundary between 'real life' and 'online' has disappeared
    Schlagwörter: , , , , , , von kaffeeringe (16.03.2011)
  19. Do a quick Google News search for “women in technology” and your results are sure to be bemoaning the lack of female bodies in the industry (or maybe just results for that White Town album).  Last year both the NYT and the WSJ had articles related to the topic – and published within a few weeks of each other – with the WSJ’s title being “Addressing the Lack of Women Leading Tech Start-Ups” and the intro to the NYT piece setting the tone with: “It’s become a familiar lament: Where are the women in technology?” Likewise, the Wikipedia entry for “Women in Computing” focuses almost entirely on the decline of women in tech-related fields, the modern day fights against sexism in the industry, and has sections like “Attracting women in computer science” and “Gender theory and women in computing.” (Interesting side note: there is no entry for “Men in computing.”)
    Schlagwörter: , , von kaffeeringe (02.03.2011)
  20. Die aktuelle Ausgabe des Technology Review beschäftigt sich mit der Frage der Sicherheit von Could Computing Angeboten.


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