Onlookers question whether the shifting media landscape leaves higher education less accountable (Chronicle of Higher Ed)
Thursday, March 4, 2010
"Print is dying. Digital is surging. Everyone is confused.... I want to look at where printed books stand in respect to digital publishing, why we historically haven't read long-form text on screens and how the iPad is wedging itself in the middle of everything. In doing so I think we can find the line in the sand to define when content should be printed or digitized."
Friday, February 26, 2010
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Get ready for the optimized moviegoing experience, where every instant is calculated to tickle your neural G-spot — all thanks to functional magnetic resonance imaging, soon to be every director’s new best friend.
That's the dream of MindSign Neuromarketing, a fledgling San Diego firm with an ambitious, slightly Orwellian charter: to usher in the age of 'neurocinema,' the real-time monitoring of the brain's reaction to movies, using ever-improving fMRI technology.