eventual demise

eventual demise

TED 2012: Will Technology Save Us All, or Will It Tear Us Apart?

www.wired.com
Paul Guilding during his TED talk on Tuesday. Photo: James Duncan Davidson/TED LONG BEACH, California — “When we look at the wonders that we have created, is it the fire that lights up the world or the one that burns it down?” It’s an appropriate question to ask at the...
TED 2012: Will Technology Save Us All, or Will It Tear Us Apart?

Cybersecurity legislation may be dead, but the Senate is still arguing over who killed it

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The stalling, bickering, almost-breakthrough, and eventual demise of cybersecurity legislation in the United States Senate was a sad thing to watch. Compromise failed, leaving the issue unresolved as the Senate went into recess. Critically, the time that the legislative body spent on cybersecurity forced an important defense bill off of its plate...
Cybersecurity legislation may be dead, but the Senate is still arguing over who killed it

Electric Cars Do More Harm To The Planet Than Previously Thought

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New research suggests that electric cars are not the environmental panacea that they are thought to be. A report from a team at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology claims that the vehicles fail on three fronts: production; charging; and their eventual demise. The length of the vehicle's life...
Electric Cars Do More Harm To The Planet Than Previously Thought
How HTML5 could beat out apps as the future of magazines

The Daily's lesson: Charging only a little for your content can't sustain a traditional newsroom

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The Daily, a boldly innovative publication – in the platform sense – is over. It’s never pleasant to see a newspaper of any form go under. However, there are lessons to be made from its birth, growth, and eventual demise that have wide implications for the content industry that are...
The Daily's lesson: Charging only a little for your content can't sustain a traditional newsroom

Charter Communications Refuses To Air Antenna Manufacturer's Ad

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There's a lot of talk about "cord cutting" going around. On one hand, the techier side of the spectrum feels this is the new normal and that it spells out the eventual demise of cable companies. On the other hand, cable companies are stating loudly that this isn't happening...
Charter Communications Refuses To Air Antenna Manufacturer's Ad
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