In ten years, we’ll run every aspect of our lives with a personal timeline. That’s a slippery slope into walled gardens and towards the singularity.
Tag Archives: strata
From Mozart’s flourishes to today’s music streaming, I’m going to spend part of 2015 looking at how data is transforming music.
Instead of writing new laws to deal with tech, maybe we need to adapt the existing ones.
At Strata last week, science historian James Burke gave a brilliant keynote. Afterwards, we had a coffee break for members of the media, during which he expanded on some of the things he’d said on the main stage. The topic of the Internet came up. I love the way he put this: “I think theRead more
A quick video looking at where Big Data, and the Strata conference, are headed.
I’m in Prague this week for WebExpo. Being largely detached from the constant interruptions of a North American timezone has given me a chance to think about big data from a somewhat more detached perspective. I’ve got three things I want to spend some time writing about in the coming weeks, and probably touching on at StrataRead more