Tech help desks have a stigma that surrounds them. Long waits. Frustrations. Failures. Calling them is rarely a pleasant activity. Things will be changing. It isn’t necessarily the people that will change but the way that tech support is delivered is in the process of changing to a more user-friendly, cloud-based activity. This graphic by… Continue reading A whimsical look at the future of the IT help desk
Aircraft landing fields on top of buildings. Zeppelins taking people too and fro. Self-reliant building communities with schools and businesses intermixed with housing. Multiple levels of transportation streets. The vision that Popular Science Monthly posted in their August 1925 issue offered an exceptionally organized view of the future. If only it ended up that way… Continue reading The 1950 that 1925 envisioned would have been nice
While browsing tech posts on Google Plus (yes, I’m the guy who’s still using G+) I came across an advertorial infographic by Intel discussing the growing needs of the world when it comes to storage and connectivity. The graphic was more of a pitch to use Intel cloud services, but the data portion (image above)… Continue reading Is internet infrastructure improving quickly enough to meet demands?
As Christmas and other holidays lurk around the corner, it’s time to take a lighter view. Why? There’s so much stress in western culture surrounding the holidays. Sometimes, it’s good to take a moment to simply smile (and maybe even laugh). This graphic by our friends at Flowtown takes a look at what Facebook might… Continue reading What would Facebook look like at the North Pole?
It has been speculated that home entertainment would meld with online and app-based engagement more and more over time. Today, Nielsen revealed that 40% of tablet and/or smartphone owners use them while watching television. As people continue to Tweet or post to Facebook when watching TV while others explore and research information about the shows… Continue reading Television time is smartphone or tablet time for 40% of American owners
‘The Four Seasons”, a musical composition of the Italian 18th century composer Antonio Vivaldi, now has a graphical representation thanks to a prototype system called ‘SisTeMu’. This new work, called Lesquatrestacions, is essentially a graphic interpretation of the musical score played by the three violins in the four violin concertos. The prototype system ‘SisTeMu’, designed… Continue reading Don’t Listen to Vivaldi, See It