I’ve always been so grateful whenever I’ve received a helpful recommendation of what to read or watch. This led me to consider whether it was possible to build a service that could capture that sentiment and scale it. After all
The phenomenal amount of online content and its unstoppable growth, means this problem of funneling new information through curation and personalization is one of the most important challenges we face today.
The following is a guest post by Rubi Kaur They say in order to look forward, you must first look back, back into history. As Steve Jobs once said “You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only
Search results are impressive right now. We can access the exact information we want with minimal effort. It’s almost too easy. Start typing and before you’ve finished, the answer pops up. Plus the best thing is that everyone has
You may have noticed that increasingly comparisons are being made between social media and unhealthy habits like smoking. It’s not a surprise given that many first generation innovations started life unhealthy until we worked out a better alternative. Social
Why do we say ‘pay’ attention? There is an implication that it costs something to do it. Using that word is closer to the truth that perhaps we realize. After all it costs us time and effort to focus our
You might notice an anxiety when you use social media or anywhere with user generated content. Or rather I should say, you might notice anxiety when you haven’t used it in a while. Maybe it’s best described as ‘feed FOMO’.
First a caveat. I don’t know how established ‘Biocentrism’ is as a theory. My interest in quantum physics led me to theories on reality and consciousness and then I discovered a book published in 2017 called ‘Beyond Biocentrism’ by Robert