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Thursday, January 6, 2011 By Paul Ford I look forward to your feedback. I sometimes chat with people in the book- and magazine-publishing industries.
One of the glories of our print culture is the Economist , a magazine that combines eccentric, neoliberal editorial views with excellent, well-informed reporting. I have been a subscriber to it for more years than I care to remember and every weekend have tried to carve out the 90 minutes of undivided attention that it demands. It turns out that I am a perfectly normal customer in this respect. In November 2009, I went to a talk given by Andrew Rashbass, CEO of the Economist , about the company's digital strategy.
Inside the heads of the developers the mobile companies (Apple, Amazon, HP, Nokia, Microsoft, Google, RIM) are fighting overToday Facebook will announce something new for mobile phones. Business Insider gives its guesses as to what’s coming . At 10:30 a.m. today, Pacific Time, you can watch the Facebook press event live streaming on the Web . I’ll be there as well and will get a chance to interview Mark Zuckerberg after the event. To prepare for the event I wanted to get inside the heads of a successful mobile app development team. HighFiveLabs is it.
Sally Ryan for The New York Times Dr. John Whapham, using a robot, discussed care with a patient at Loyola University Medical Center near Chicago. Dr. Shatzel, a neurologist, hustled not to the emergency room where the patient lay — 260 miles away, in Bakersfield — but to a darkened room at a hospital here. He took a seat in front of the latest tools of his trade: computer monitors, a keyboard and a joystick that control his assistant on the scene — a robot on wheels.
Creators of two dozen new programming languages–some designed to enable powerful new Web applications and mobile devices–presented their work last week in Portland, OR.
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