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The initial listing of other technology news was culled from a variety of sources, including the NY Times, PC World, Technology Review, InfoWorld, Wired, etc. Please use the edit link above to add more (see format notes), or add comments on how or why you think they are important. As is the convention throughout the Horizon Project Wiki, we ask you to identify items you think are of high interest to us, as I have here [LJ], as a means of helping start the sifting process.
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- Brooklyn Museum: Click! A Crowd-Curated Exhibition
The Brooklyn Museum has announced a photography exhibition that will be chosen entirely through anonymous online evaluation.
- Is Keyword Search About To Hit Its Breaking Point? (TechCrunch)
As the Web swells with more and more data, the predominant way of sifting through all of that data—keyword search—will one day break down in its ability to deliver the exact information we want at our fingertips.
- Library of Congress Photos on Flickr
The Library of Congress has released more than 3,000 popular historical photos on the photo-sharing site Flickr, inviting visitors to tag, describe, or comment on the images. See Flickr: The Commons where the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney is an active participant.
- Technology Review: Wiki 2.0
http://www.technologyreview.com/Infotech/20937/?a=f<br /?The online encyclopedia is only a taste of what's to come.
- The impact of some of the vision expressed as The Social View of Learning
as per John Seely Brown and Richard Adler's paper Minds On Fire.\
- Twitter, the enterprise’s third space (Fred Stutzman)
When describing Twitter, I use a number of analogies. Most commonly, I think of Twitter as something like a slow-motion chatroom, or even a collection of away messages. I’ve got another one to add to this list: subject-only email. Thinking about Twitter this way helped me imagine enterprise integration of a Twitter-like service. I envisioned adding a “Twitter pane” to email clients - a pane for Twitter-like communication aside the inbox. This Twitter pane would act as an ongoing message thread away from the inbox, and its uses would be more conversational, informal and informative.
- What Your Phone Knows About You
MIT's Sandy Pentland finds surprising implications in patterns of cell-phone use.
- YouTube - A thing in my pocket in 2020
Student produced video for Horizon Project http://horizonproject.wikispaces.com/entertainment stories or videos, the company says.
- How to Save Local Newspapers: Cellphones (New York Times Blog)
Verve Wireless’s mission is to save the local paper by making it mobile. It provides publishers with the technology to create mobile Web sites, so readers can read the paper on their cell phones.
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