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Business Issues: Content Insider #461 - Clean Slates

Content Insider #461 - Clean Slates

Miles Weston

Does it bother you that a 10-year-old kid could find an Instagram bug (we call them undocumented features) in Instagram when all the engineers and really techie folks blew right past it? Even when the youngster noted that he could delete anything he wanted on the photo-sharing site WHAM! BAM! the half-vast Facebook team couldn't see it until he took a little test. So they paid him $10K and fixed it. Our truly connected generation just sees things as they are, not the way adults think they should be. That gives them awesome power! Teens admit they're addicted to their phones so they'll need all of the tech in autonomous cars but to convince them to use one will take...awhile! Read More >>

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Video: Airport Will Use Passengers' Wi-Fi Devices To Monitor Security Wait Times

Airport Will Use Passengers' Wi-Fi Devices To Monitor Security Wait Times

Cincinnatis regional airport will become the first in the U.S. to monitor travelers' smartphones and other Wi-Fi equipped gadgets to quickly identify congested areas and display wait times for the security checkpoint. The idea is that tracking traffic flows and analyzing data quickly will help airports and the Transportation Security Administration reduce or eliminate problem spots. Cincinnati's airport, which has seen a steep and steady slide in passenger traffic since 2008, will also try to use the data to increase retail sales in the terminal.

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Featured News: ASSIMILATE Adds Support for Samsung GearVR Headset for SCRATCH Web VR

ASSIMILATE Adds Support for Samsung GearVR Headset for SCRATCH Web VR

SCRATCH Simplifies 360░ Immersive Content Reviews

In its continued support of all things VR, ASSIMILATE announced today it has added support for the affordable, high-quality Samsung GearVR headset, the ideal VR accessory for any Samsung Galaxy smartphone for accessing immersive content of any kind, anywhere. For content creators active in the production and post-production of films, videos, and TV episodes this means they can effectively stream VR content from their SCRATCH Web cloud-based website through a standard browser to a Samsung Galaxy smartphone with the GearVR headset for mobile review and approval.

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Business Issues: Content Insider #450 -- Market of One

Content Insider #450 -- Market of One

Social Media Isn't Marketing, It's Relationships

Whether you're in B2B or B2C marketing social media and the web have opened up a world of opportunities in reaching customers. And with the ton of personal, company information you've posted - everywhere - on the web companies know almost everything about you. That sounds great for both sides but unfortunately it doesn't always work out that way because companies want to sell and consumers want to buy - maybe not from you and maybe not right now. Because of the global access to almost all of the information out there the consumer want to be sold something, they want to buy something. All the company has to do is listen...that's the tough part.

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