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Back to the Future: Predicting 2012 in 1987

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This piece originally appeared on the WaPo Labs Blog. WaPo Labs is the digital team at the Washington Post Company focused on innovation and experimenting with emerging technologies. Predicting the future is no simple matter, as hindsight will attest. ("The automobile is only a novelty!" "Atomic power is impossible!"...
Back to the Future: Predicting 2012 in 1987

Tech futurist Michell Zappa: Latin America is at a turning point [Interview]

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With less than a month left to The Next Web Conference Latin America, we help you get ready with a new post series that will bring you everything you need to know about this exciting region and our conference’s speakers. As some of you may know, Envisioning Technology‘s founder Michell Zappa...
Tech futurist Michell Zappa: Latin America is at a turning point [Interview]

Olympics 2012: From birds to broadband

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This piece originally appeared on the WaPo Labs Blog.WaPo Labs is the digital team at the Washington Post Company focused on innovation and experimenting with emerging technologies. Much has been written in recent weeks about the unprecedented digital reach of this year's Olympic Games. From stats on gadgets (eight...
Olympics 2012: From birds to broadband

NatureShare Raises $1.5M Round For Its New Outdoors-Focused Social Platform

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You may not have heard about Vermont-based mobile apps company Green Mountain Digital yet, but the company has developed a number of very popular nature and outdoor lifestyle apps. The company, which was founded in 2009, just announced that it has closed a $1.5 million convertible note funding round and...
NatureShare Raises $1.5M Round For Its New Outdoors-Focused Social Platform

Social Curation Summit attracts expert curators and tastemakers -- July 31 in New York

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Join the industry’s leading curators, tastemakers, brand marketers, entrepreneurs and VCs at The Social Curation Summit on July 31 for sessions revolving around social news curation, brand loyalty, next-generation storytelling platforms and filtering. Attend expert panels, including Inspiration for DIY Communities, Leveraging Community for Curation & Commerce, The Social Media Mixtape, Artists on the...
Social Curation Summit attracts expert curators and tastemakers -- July 31 in New York
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Battle of the sexes: Who’s winning the social media war?

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This piece originally appeared on the WaPo Labs Blog on July 5.WaPo Labs is the digital team at the Washington Post Company focused on innovation and experimenting with emerging technologies. Women are from Pinterest; men are from Reddit. Read full article >>...
Battle of the sexes: Who’s winning the social media war?

ZURB releases Foundation 3: A responsive front-end framework, rebuilt from the ground up

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We’ve been a fan of ZURB for quite some time, and Foundation is no exception. Today, the company is releasing Foundation version 3, a completely rebuilt framework based on SASS (note: not CSS), with a rewritten grid, new navigation and tab styles, more “robust” forms and more. A lot has...
ZURB releases Foundation 3: A responsive front-end framework, rebuilt from the ground up

If you’re a multi-talented editorial producer, apply here

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Our Editorial Producer wears many different hats, playing a crucial role on the team. He or she works very closely with the Executive Editor and News Editor to make sure our top stories are getting the social media attention they deserve, that the site is running smoothly, and that our...
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