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January 2014
See on Scoop.it – Cities of the World If you live in a city and take public transit, chances are you’ve looked at the system map and thought to yourself, “I wish this thing went everywhere.” If so, you’re not alone. There’s a whole group of daydreamers just … See on www.wired.com
See on Scoop.it – Startup & Silicon Valley News, Culture SAN FRANCISCO — – In case you’ve missed it, Silicon Valley has its own version of Occupy Wall Street. This culture war lacks rampant arrests, bursts of violence or national media coverage, but the dissent of anti-gentrification groups over income and housing is creating a...
See on Scoop.it – Cities of the World This series of images by architectural rendering studio Hayes Davidson envisages how London’s skyline might look in 20 years time. Over 200 towers with a height of 20 storeys or greater are planned in the UK capital over the next two decades and Hayes Davidson has visualised how these new...
See on Scoop.it – Startup & Silicon Valley News, Culture Wealth in itself is not a bad thing. But wealth causing a talent drain as people leave the Bay Area because they can’t get ahead is a problem — and it’s only getting worse. See on venturebeat.com
See on Scoop.it – thefuture What will New York City look like 40 years from now? Though it’s obviously difficult to predict the future decades in advance–40 years ago, few people would have guessed how the Internet would take over our lives–the engineering and design firm Arup has taken a stab at a vision of the city in...
See on Scoop.it – thefuture Six years isn’t that long but the rapid pace of innovation means everything–from education to health care to the Internet itself–could look a lot different by then. How will technology change life by the end of the decade? That’s the subject of a new book, called Shift 2020, which explores the...
See on Scoop.it – thefuture The Indiegogo hit Tellspec scanner shoots a laser at your food and counts the calories and nutritional data. But is it just vaporware? We tried one… See on www.fastcoexist.com
See on Scoop.it – thefuture Robosimian is a machine built for good–to respond in disaster situations. But you might not be happy to be rescued by a horrifying monkey robot. John Boitnott‘s insight: Oh save me Ape-Like robot! See on www.fastcoexist.com
See on Scoop.it – Cities of the World Look upon the map and imagine what might be in the not-too-distant-future Joaquin Phoenix inhabits. John Boitnott‘s insight: Oh Los Angeles, you need this so bad! See on www.fastcocreate.com

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