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Content Insider#388 - Company DNA By Miles Weston There is something terribly wrong with the consumer electronics industry because we never have a product category - real category - until Apple comes on the scene. Then everyone jumps in to praise, beat up on the product and tell us all the things that are right/wrong and how someone else (who sues/supplies them) is going to be so much better. The problem is few companies understand, focus on who they are so the consumer has a single point of reference. Don't give me logic, people identity with the company. Like it or hate it, you buy or reject the company not the new announcement. If you don't have that foundation you're buying from whatstheirname. Focus folks. Focus. ...Read More »
Content Insider #387 - Advocates By Miles Weston I have nothing against people getting paid to hawk a product. Everyone's got to make a living and saying it's the greatest thing since whatever seems harmless enough. But when it comes to buying something for our family I want a "real person's" inputs - friends, family, folks who posted online and media reviewers who do this stuff for a living because they both have street cred and have a reputation to maintain. Even if the reviewer was given the product and is still using it in his/her personal, work life...I'm impressed. The paid shill may make me aware of the product but I still have to go online and get the straight scoop? You too? Thought so! ...Read More »
The Advantages of Paperless Project Sites By Amy Beth Miller for America's Backbone Weekly Drawings, change orders, claims and dispute paperwork can be digitally transmitted from office to job site to owner using integrated applications. ...Read More »
Mobile Internet Options for Construction Sites By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly Satellite, fixed-wireless broadband, cellular signal boosters and mobile Wi-Fi hotspots - which is best for you? ...Read More »
Mobile Internet Options for Construction Sites By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly Satellite, fixed-wireless broadband, cellular signal boosters and mobile Wi-Fi hotspots - which is best for you? ...Read More »
Dolby Laboratories and Lenovo Announce the Launch of Three New Dolby Atmos Enabled Mobile Devices at Mobile World Congress By Clip Syndicate BARCELONA, Spain--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dolby Laboratories Announces the Launch of Three New Dolby Atmos Enabled Mobile Devices at Mobile World Congress The Lenovo A7000 smartphone and TAB 2 A8 and A10 tablets to feature Dolby Atmos sound ...Read More »
Content Insider #380 - Ask a Kid By Miles Weston Wonder why regularly programmed TV faded so quickly in favor of OTT (Over The Top) viewing and why tablets and smartphones so quickly became the viewing/listening tools of choice? It was your kids (or your neighbor's kids. They fearlessly take on anything - including tricky devices - because they know how things "should be" and they make the hardware, software work for them not within the prescibed guidelines. If you look around at the things you use to stay connected you can sometimes recall there was a time they weren't there but not the Digital Natives. And they're using them in ways - exciting - ways you never thought of. And they've barely opened the door to tomorrow. ...Read More »
Toy Museum Announces Hall of Fame for Video Games By Clip Syndicate The museum that houses the National Toy Hall of Fame announced Tuesday the creation of the World Video Game Hall of Fame to recognize the impact games like "Pong" and "Grand Theft Auto" have on culture and society. G. Rollie Adams, president and chief executive of The Strong museum in Rochester, where the new hall is located, said "Electronic games have changed how people play, learn and connect with each other, including across boundaries of culture and geography. ...Read More »
Mattel's View-Master Gets a Google VR Makeover By Clip Syndicate It's been decades since Mattel's View-Master was a must-have item for every kids' toy box. But Mattel is hoping to reintroduce the toy stereoscope -- first unveiled 75 years ago at the New York World's Fair -- to a new generation of youths as an affordable headset for virtual reality, using Google's Cardboard VR technology to help power the device. It's just the latest to hop on the virtual-reality bandwagon, a fast-growing -- if still experimental -- area that has attracted heavy hitters like Facebook and Samsung. The toymaker and Internet search giant revealed the new View-Master at an event on Friday, just in time for the city's annual North American International Toy Fair.

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Content Insider #379 - Automating Jobs By Miles Weston The economy for many countries has bounced back and employment is looking up but the hard truth is many of the jobs won't return because they are repetitve and can be best done by automation. Then too we are doing a helluva job of developing smarter and smarter machines. The automation, smart machines can take over the dull monotenous jobs so people can move up in the organization. Sounds good except people have to be educated, trained in more advanced work but the educational upgrading isn't taking place because all of the money is going into advanced systems to make life easier for you so you can... No it's not a light at the end of the tunnel it's the train coming down the track straight at you. ...Read More »

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