Impressive online map technology by Microsoft (Bing)
After the futuristic vision of Microsoft, let’s have a look at the futuristic vision of Braniff International, in 1968.
Speed is not the central point, the experience is what matters. Some of them weird, like the ability to watch 3 movies at the same time.
But it has Skype!
I personally love the James Bondish feeling and narrator’s voice.
What’s happening to me!? I’m starting to be really interested in Microsoft products. Nice concept of a digital way of life. Clearly exciting
The ways of organizing information are finite. It can only be organized by location, alphabet, time, category, or hierarchy. These modes are applicable to almost any endeavor—from your personal file cabinets to multinational corporations. They are the framework upon which annual reports, books, conversations, exhibitions, directories, conventions, and even warehouses are arranged.
Let’s talk about icebergs…
We call them icebergs because what can be seen is trivial in comparison with what goes on beneath the surface. They can harm projects in 3 different ways.
These are in no particular order, and I don’t ask all of them every time.
What does it say?
What does it mean?
Is what it says and what it means the same thing?
Do we want that?
Why do we need to say that here?
If you stopped reading here, what’s the message?
Hagan Rivers, of Two Rivers Consulting, spends her time meeting with teams to show them exactly how to streamline these complex applications. Whether it’s an app for managing purchase orders or hospital patients, there is a lot to consider. Hagan expresses the value of taking a step back and sifting through the complexity. This allows you to untangle the necessary bits to arrive at a better focus.