Category Archives: Innovation

Recycled phone: Nokia Remade

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Loving Adam Greenfield’s vision

Just checking out some videos of the Lift Conference and found a presentation of Adam Greenfield. Adam Greenfield, writer of the book Everyware, spoke at LiftConference in Korea about how our cities are becoming read/write environments rather than de-socialized zones … Continue reading

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My First Augmented Reality experience

Augmented Reality(AR) is the act of enriching our physical reality with digital information. Most probably this will be in a total immersive way. The possibilities of this technology are endless. I am sure that AR or Mixed Reality is the … Continue reading

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Making your own life

A great example of the power of creativity in combination with a strong wish. Would love to hear him speak at a conference… via Lifehacking.nlĀ 

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Gary Hamel on th future of organizations

I got this link from Yuri van Geest. It’s a short clip on Amazon(on Amazon? YES on Amazon) from Gary Hamel about the new generation of human organizations. Innovation in Management. “You can’t build a company that is fit for … Continue reading

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In the future I can do anything!

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Retail 2.0

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