By Karen Eng Nassim Assefi directed the stage program for TEDMED 2014, a conference which brought out unexpected ideas in medicine—like how one can help cancer patients with a pink tutu. Photo: Sandy Huffaker Jr.
Prosthetics as sculpture, […]
By Eliza Williams
The London Design Festival continues this weekend, with a selection of great shows across the city. Here’s our pick of those out east…
LDF is dominated by product design, but those searching for examples of […]
By tedstaff At our small, fast-moving nonprofit company, everyone does a couple of jobs — and productivity apps help us manage roles that shift between coding, writing/designing and running a full-scale conference twice a year. We asked […]
By Peter Kafka
Immersive 3-D worlds could be a big deal in the future, which is why Facebook was willing to bet $2 billion on Oculus Rift this year: Imagine the possibilities for games, entertainment, social networking, messaging, etc.
But you don’t have […]
By Peter Kafka
Screengrab by Re/code
Video streams on Facebook are skyrocketing, thanks to a new system that automatically plays clips in your stream, and encourages Facebook to show you more clips.
So guess what happens to bandwidth usage as all of those videos […]
By Noel Pullen After attending Vancouver’s Polyglot Unconference in May 2013, Beier Cai and Rahim Lalani approached me with an idea: kickstart short, unconference-style talks on technical topics within our Engineering group. I loved this riff on the traditional lunch-and-learn and decided […]
By Hootsuite With another Social Media Week (SMW) approaching, Hootsuite has outlined our events and activities around the globe to help spark the conversation around the use of social media. Hootsuite will be involved in over 35 events, both online and offline. We […]