Saturday, January 15, 2011

The Sift 16-20

The Sift 16: Going Offline (or in-line)

  • Disney Tackles Major Theme Park Problem: Lines
  • Library of Congress Adds 25 Film Classics to Preservation Project
  • Three Ways TV Changed Everything (And What's Next)
  • Angry Birds gets real
  • Citibank Launches “Bank of the Future” in New York

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The Sift 17: The Rest of Cringley's Predictions

  • Yahoo! Barfs
  • Microsoft is the New IBM
  • Cloudburst
  • Apple’s Carolina strategy
  • Apple Buys Time Warner Cable

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The Sift 18: More Predictions

  • Five Predictions for Startups in 2011
  • 5 Predictions for the Public Relations Industry in 2011
  • 4 Predictions for the Future of Politics and Social Media
  • 4 Predictions for Web Design in 2011
  • Eco-Fashion Predictions for 2011

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The Sift 19: Let's Take an Inhabit Day

  • Renewable Energy Now Neck and Neck with Nuclear in the US
  • World’s Largest Parabolic Trough Solar Plant Gets $1.5 Billion DOE Loan
  • China Finds Way to Extend Life of Nuclear Fuel
  • First Solar and China to Begin Construction of World’s Largest Solar Plant
  • Texas Wins Appeal to Block EPA Emissions Regulations Temporarily

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The Sift 20: Friday Fun

  • Sledding with Your Dog Fail
  • First Groupon Marriage Proposal Results in a “Yes”
  • British Comedians Making Fun of Technology
  • Baby and Cat Playing
  • Parallel Parking a Donkey

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