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Video | Films, animations, interviews, 3D visualisations by Arup - global engineers, planners, designers, technical consultants
This documentary explores the life, career and legacy of Peter Rice, the celebrated RIBA Gold Medal-winning engineer who died 20 years ago this year. It examines Peter's approach to engineering and to design and shows how his way of working broadened the horizons for both engineers and architects in his lifetime, a legacy that is still relevant today.
arup  innovation  peterrice  iagos  engineer 
october 2015 by dunc
Announcing the Intel Collaborative Research Institute for Sustainable Cities | Research@Intel
"At this London-based institute; Intel principal investigators (PI’s) shall collaborate with PI’s from  Imperial College London and University College London to drive new frontiers in the application of computing technologies to advance the social, economic and environmental well being of cities. Together we envisage the opportunity to collectively research and create the evolutionary leap for cities in terms of resource efficiency, new services and ease of living. Using a quadruple helix innovation approach involving Government, Industry, Academia and city dwellers we hope to catalyze and drive a new vision for sustainable cities."
cities  citizenscience  iot  innovation  ucl  imperialcollege 
june 2012 by dunc
Labs: Designing the Future | MaRS News & Insights
"Labs: Designing the Future examines the Lab’s roots in complexity, networked collaboration and design thinking. It shows how Labs focus on problem-solving in a highly experimental fashion within a neutral space. The paper offers a review of several Lab models in action around the world, highlighting the Lab’s role in addressing the complex challenges we collectively face in the 21st century." via Dan @cityofsound
innovation  labs  design  designthinking  workplace 
april 2012 by dunc
Why I left Google
Technically I suppose Google has always been an advertising company, but for the better part of the last three years, it didn’t feel like one. Google was an ad company only in the sense that a good TV show is an ad company: having great content attracts advertisers.
convergence  infinitecontent  facebook  google  social  innovation 
march 2012 by dunc
How Autodesk Disrupted Itself with an App - Technology Review
[The apps' origins are a reminder that big companies can innovate too, although not necessarily in predictable ways. "You can't institutionalize innovation. If you could, everyone would do it," says Bass. He acknowledges he probably wouldn't have put resources toward the app project—"But guess what? Two guys did it and didn't ask anyone's permission."]
innovation  gmd  autodesk  app 
december 2011 by dunc
"Testing the initial appeal and actual usage of a potential new product by simulating its core experience with the smallest possible investment of time and money."
innovation  prototyping  pretotyping 
october 2011 by dunc
The pieces are falling into place for an “internet of things” — Tech News and Analysis
“I can’t describe to you what [the internet of things] is, or what it’s going to be, but I can tell you what I think the components are going to be,” Kuniavsky said - interesting
iot  iotexpertgroup  physicalcomputing  socialeconomy  innovation 
september 2011 by dunc
Think with Google - Your resource for industry trends & insights
A place where industry leaders, experts and Google's homegrown visionaries offer their insight and provide an outlook on what’s to come.
google  innovation  inspiration  talks  convergence 
august 2011 by dunc
Share an Idea
"Thanks for all your ideas! We have received more than 90,000 ideas for the redevelopment of the Central City. That's outstanding!" sounds like a great project
openinnovation  innovation  cities  ideas 
august 2011 by dunc
James Burke: Connections | Watch Free Documentary Online
"Connections explores an “Alternative View of Change” (the subtitle of the series) that rejects the conventional linear and teleological view of historical progress. Burke contends that one cannot consider the development of any particular piece of the modern world in isolation." excellent series from the 70's and 90's
foresight  innovation  tv  documentary  history  technology  science  from delicious
january 2011 by dunc
Hello Health for Patients
"What is Hello Health? Hello Health is the marketplace where our growing community of patients and health professionals meet up and transact, through online and in person communication. It’s our mission to better the health and lifestyles of both, and to eliminate all barriers to high quality health care." I like the focus on patient and physician in this service model - it doesn't "feel" like there is other bloat involved in the process
convergence  health  health2.0  social  design  innovation  inspiration  service  health2_0 
september 2010 by dunc
The Wisdom of Patients: Health Care Meets Online Social Media - CHCF.org
"The report details how innovative collaborations online are changing the way patients, providers, and researchers learn about therapeutic regimens and disease management. It examines the benefits and concerns regarding Health 2.0 and includes an extensive listing of health media resources. According to the report, the growing demand for transparency will drive the evolution of social media in health. A growing array of tools will become available that are increasingly mobile, as well as personal health data storage in commercial products like Microsoft Health Vault, Google Health, and others." 2008, shows stats on how many people were searching for health info online.
convergence  hel  health  socialmedia  crowdsourcing  innovation 
september 2010 by dunc
About PSFK, A Trends & Innovation Company - PSFK
"We are a New York City based trends research and innovation company that publishes a daily news site, provides trends research and innovation consultancy, manages a network of freelance experts and hosts idea-generating events. We aim to inspire our readers, our clients and our guests to make things better – whether that’s better products, better services, better lives or a better world."
foresight  trends  business  innovation  ideas  blog 
august 2010 by dunc
Living Climate Change | Fresh Thinking About Our Future
"As climate change touches every aspect of our lives, how will it change us? How will we adapt? Living Climate Change is a devoted space for the most defining design challenge of our time. It's also a place to support fresh thinking and share provocative ideas about the future." crowd sourcing responses to climate change, timeframe to 2030
ideo  crowdsourcing  climatechange  innovation  design 
july 2010 by dunc
Jump Associates
"Jump Associates is a hybrid strategy firm. We help companies create new businesses and reinvent existing ones. Our people work with business leaders to tackle big, ambiguous growth challenges — the kinds of things you don’t know how to face, but can’t afford not to." interesting mix of services
innovation  design  strategy  business  ethnography  research  foresight 
june 2010 by dunc
Mag+, a concept video on the future of digital magazines – Blog – BERG
"Magazines have articles you can curl up with and lose yourself in, and luscious photography that draws the eye. And they’re so easy and enjoyable to read. Can we marry what’s best about magazines with the always connected, portable tablet e-readers sure to arrive in 2010? This video prototype shows the take of the Mag+ project." great piece of work by the guys at Berg
magazine  objectsofthefuture  innovation  trends  interface  design 
january 2010 by dunc
YouTube - MSR interface
"Microsoft Research has applied for a patent on this technology." interesting ambient input device - can relate to the running scenario and like the idea of appliance specific gestural input.
innovation  ambient  interface  msr 
january 2010 by dunc
Time for Marketing Innovation 2.0 | Blog | design mind
"For the first time in 23 years, Pepsi Co. has decided to not run any advertisements during the Super Bowl in 2010. Instead, the nation’s second-biggest soft drink maker is plowing marketing dollars into its "Pepsi Refresh Project," an online community that allows Pepsi fans to list their public service projects, which could range from helping to feed people to teaching children to read. Visitors to the site can vote to determine which projects receive money." interesting article about user centred design, design research and the role of innovation in marketing. Also has a link through to Rory Sutherlands great video on diamond shaped Shreddies from TEDGlobal.
innovation  openinnovation  convergence  designresearch  ethnography  usercentred 
december 2009 by dunc
What Good is Design Research? | Blog | design mind
"A recent article by Don Norman brings up some valuable and provocative questions about the value of design research. I read it as an extension of his previous shift in thinking about the value of usability analysis, where he concluded that it was vital for good to design, but it didn't lead to great design. In this new article he argues that design research has not led to breakthrough innovations or products, but is better suited for improving existing products and technologies." an interesting take on innovation and design research
innovation  design  designresearch  ucdeeb 
december 2009 by dunc
NESTA Connect: The Open 100 Competition
"We are pleased to announce 'The Open 100' competition which is a celebration of the power and value of openness and mass collaboration." Interesting one to watch - who would you propose...
innovation  openinnovation  nesta  convergence 
december 2009 by dunc
Learn the five secrets of innovation - CNN.com
"In an article published in December's Harvard Business Review the researchers identified five skills that separate the blue-sky innovators from the rest -- skills they labeled associating, questioning, observing, experimenting and discovering."
innovation  HBR 
december 2009 by dunc
McKinsey: What Matters: Using technology to improve workforce collaboration
"Technology and workflow processes support knowledge worker success and are increasingly sources of comparative differentiation. Those able to use new technologies to reshape how they work are finding significant productivity gains. This article shares our research on how technology can improve the quality and output of knowledge workers. " reference spiel for web2.0 open innovation conversations
web2.0  innovation  technology  workplace 
november 2009 by dunc
V-JAM - Corporate Open Innovation - Collaborative Innovation - Programmes - NESTA
"We launched V-JAM in November 2008 with a day-long workshop, bringing together Virgin Atlantic staff and customers; web developers; and social media experts to share insights and brainstorm new ideas for improving the travel experience."
hackday  event  innovation  virgin  vjam 
october 2009 by dunc
Nick Lansley's Technology for Tesco.com Blog: Tesco API TJAM - What happened and what's next?
"Wednesday's TJAM event definitely falls into my 'unforgettable' category for two reasons above all others - the generation of 800 decent, coherent ideas from customers generated throughout the day, and the buzz of anticipation from developers as we showed some of our customer insight and explored the extra features of the forthcoming Beta addition of the Tesco API."
hackday  tjam  innovation  event 
october 2009 by dunc
rebelutionary: The Inaugural "Fedex Day" - Atlassian meets Google's 20%
"FedEx is an Atlassian tradition that requires a little explanation: Every 3 months or so, we put aside our regular development work for a day and a half, and work on our own crazy ideas. At the end, everyone gets three minutes to present their project to the rest of the company, and we all vote to determine the winner of the prized FedEx trophy."
hackday  event  innovation 
october 2009 by dunc
Driving innovation in large professional service firms: Six high-return initiatives - Trends in the Living Networks
"However there are many barriers to innovation in large professional firms, including billing imperatives, strong functional specialization, and often highly risk-averse cultures. Much of the management literature on innovation focuses on product development and design, and is not always relevant to a professional services environment. I’ve written before about innovation in professional services, including the White Paper I wrote for SAP on Service Delivery Innovation and in Chapter 9 of Living Networks. Here are some reflections on where I see the greatest potential for value-creation in the space." familiar but 5 and 6 are useful reminders...
innovation  professionalservices  management 
september 2009 by dunc
McKinsey: What Matters: Prizes: a winning strategy for innovation
"In 1714, the British government offered a cash award of £20,000 to anyone who could develop a way of precisely determining a ship’s longitude. Although most felt the answer would emerge from a leading astronomer, in an early example of crowd sourcing, the prize inspired the British clockmaker John Harrison to develop the marine chronometer, which by solving the problem greatly enhanced the safety of long-distance sea voyages." nice examples of how 'prizes' have been used to incentivise innovation.
innovation  prize  strategy  competition  crowdsourcing 
august 2009 by dunc
TED Blog: Dan Pink at TEDGlobal 2009: Running notes from Session 12
"He points to the software company Atlassian -- a few times a year, they tell their engineers to go off for 24 hours and work on anything that is not their regular job. Then they all come back together and present their work. They call these Fedex days, because they have to deliver something overnight." Heard at TED Global - potential name for the Arup Hackday
hackday  innovation  fedex  ted 
july 2009 by dunc
Awesome Foundation
"Awesomeness is more the product of a creator’s passion than the prospect of audience or profit. Awesome creations are novel and non-obvious, evoking surprise and delight. Invariably, something about them perfectly reflects the essence of the medium, moment, or method of creation. Awesomeness challenges and inspires." micro grants to fund those awesome ideas - setup by a group of friends in Boston
innovation  convergence  community  newphilanthropists  caringinvestors  newphilanthropy 
july 2009 by dunc
Welcome to Nature's 100 Best Innovatios - www.n100best.org
"Gunter Pauli (ZERI - based in Japan) welcomes you to the shortlist of one hundred technologies that are all inspired by proven design systems from Nature. This summary is only a small component of this long-term research project that aims to identify key technologies that will help society and industry to leapfrog towards sustainability." Book out soon...
convergence  biomimicry  innovation 
july 2009 by dunc
Digital Urban: Cities XL: New Game Play Footage
"CITIES XL™ is a brand new take on the city-building genre. CITIES XL™ will expand upon all the features that make city builders fun - such as shaping cities, managing the economy and caring for the needs of city inhabitants. Players can also take their game online and interact with thousands of others on massive persistent planets." When will these games become sophisticated enough for them to model
reality and when will planners employ people to play with our urban designs?
convergence  innovation  transmedia 
june 2009 by dunc
Pulse Laser: The New Negroponte Switch...
"…is the title of a talk I gave at Frontiers of Interaction V in Rome yesterday, primarily about the territory of “the Internet of Things” moving from one of academic and technological investigation to one of commercial design practice, and what that might mean for designers working therein." excellent talk by Matt Jones - worth a flick through the pdf - i loved the Negroponte / Gerschenfield switch!
convergence  spimes  internetofthings  thingfrastructure  schulzeandwebb  innovation  iot 
june 2009 by dunc
The Feast: Social Innovation Conference
On October 1, 2009 at The Times Center in New York City, "The Feast" will gather the world's leading creative entrepreneurs, revolutionaries, radicals, doers and thinkers to inspire more action, share best practices, and create valuable connections that will change the world.
innovation  conference  2009 
june 2009 by dunc
Social Innovation Camp » Six winning ideas for Social Innovation Camp Scotland!
The 3rd Social Innovation Camp in Glasgow later this month has 6 great ideas to be developed during the weekend event. Looking forward to seeing what comes out of the Citipedia project idea - "Google maps meets Sim City. Citipedia is an online public town planning tool: Derelict sites earmarked for development will be highlighted and made open to the public to suggest how they could be developed or to review proposed developments."
innovation  openinnovation  socialsoftware  socialnetworks  convergence 
june 2009 by dunc
YouTube - Hello Health
Hello Health combines the virtues of the old-fashioned neighbourhood doctor, with new tech platforms. "We love technology, the Internet, and especially our iPhones", say Hello Health; "You can talk to us like you're talking to a friend: through emails, texts, phone calls, instant messages, or face-to-face conversations. Also, everything's online, from making appointments to accessing your records. It also helps we're close by, living and working in your neighborhood". via doors of perception
convergence  innovation  health  socialnetworks  web2.0 
june 2009 by dunc
STVP ECorner | Young at Heart: How to Be an Innovator for Life
Podcast with Tom Kelley from IDEO on how to be an innovator. An alternative to reading the book - the art of innovation or the ten faces of innovation.
innovation  ideo  podcasts  stanford 
june 2009 by dunc
do_matic: Business Design: The curriculum of 2012
In the near future, I believe that you'll be able to get an advanced degree in Business Design. Some programs like the d.school (a formative experience for me) and Rotman are playing with this idea, but I don't think these programs really nail it yet.
convergence  design  innovation  usercentred 
may 2009 by dunc
polymaths, polyglots, and curators
"The age of the expert is over. Information is flowing at such an everyone, everywhere, everything, all-the-time pace that participation in the knowledge economy is no longer optional, or a value-add. It’s compulsory. And it offers an identity crisis for those individuals and companies who call themselves experts, leaders, innovators, and problem solvers." interesting article on the role of innovation convergence and community
innovation  convergence  collectiveintelligence  crowdsourcing 
april 2009 by dunc
Participle - Our Projects
"In my studying of Open Innovation systems, the most comprehensive list of activities I have found is here. I don’t find the catagorisation very useful. I prefer those that are broken down as follows: Mass Problem Solving (ie. Innocentive, in fact the vast majority of them listed), Mass Customisation (ie. My Starbucks, Lego Factory), Mass Customer Insights (ie. some of the early Proctor and Gamble systems, Muji) and Mass New Market Creation (ie. Cuusoo, Etsy, Threadless)."
innovation  openinnovation 
february 2009 by dunc
Open innovation and crowdsourcing
List of Open Innovation & Crowdsourcing Examples - Best practices
innovation  openinnovation  web2.0  social  crowdsourcing  convergence 
february 2009 by dunc
Philips: crowdsourcing platform, sensing, lead users, open innovation - Open innovation and crowdsourcing
The new Live Simplicity website is partly a marketing instrument to promote Philips’ Sense and Simplicity slogan, but definititely also a tool to acquire knowledge on what people think in Philips-relevant areas of life. The sensing platform facilitates discussions in 6 areas (Business, Communication, General, Internet & Technology, Lifestyle & Social, and Wellness). Each discussion starts with a short description and two contrasting viewpoints (A and B). Visitors are invited either to vote for a viewpoint, or register as contributor and write a comment.
innovation  openinnovation  crowdsourcing  convergence 
february 2009 by dunc
Mercury’s Blog » Blog Archive » A review of idea and innovation software
Today’s post is going to be the same, but for idea/innovation software (henceforth referred to as innovation software).

Trying to even find and identify all the different types of innovation software is difficult because of the different ways people and companies think about innovation.
innovation  management  tools 
february 2009 by dunc
Design At The Edge--My Lecture Series at Parsons School of Design. - BusinessWeek
"I (Bruce Nussbaum) am curating the university’s core lecture series this term, starting January 26, and I shaped it to deal with Life in Beta—the social and economic forces generating continuous, cascading change, melting our business models and careers. The goal is to show how design tools, methodologies and approaches can move us forward in this uncertain environment. The course is all about innovation and transformation." course syllabus and speaker list
innovation  design 
february 2009 by dunc
YouTube - moooi : design is the unexpected welcome
i like the style of this video and approach to explaining what a designer is to future design students.
innovation  design 
february 2009 by dunc
Where Real Innovation Happens - Forbes.com
It turns out that many of the great waves of creative destruction that have reinvented Silicon Valley didn't start there. More important, they didn't even start with the profit motive.

Rather, they started with interesting problems and people who wanted to solve them, exercising technology to its fullest because exploring new ideas was fun.
february 2009 by dunc
"We’re trying to avoid rhetoric. This is an experiment; everything about this is a prototype. We don’t know how to execute an “open” design project, but we’re going to give it a try anyway. The goals we had in mind for gathering feedback: Minimize barrier to contribution – no registration or other hurdles. Rapid setup and configuration – We want to hear from people, but spend every other moment designing."
convergence  openinnovation  innovation  design 
january 2009 by dunc
What Apple Learned from Kodak - BusinessWeek
"What Apple did was learn from history, and adopt, adapt, and assimilate past success to current context. That is simply good, intelligent design in action. It is also a very good lesson: an obsession with the new and original, without a deep literacy and appreciation for the past, leads to a path of missed opportunities." Bill Buxton on Business Week
convergence  innovation  design  business  strategy  usercentred 
january 2009 by dunc
Dell IdeaStorm represents a new way to listen to customers on how to build the best products and services. It is an online community where customers can post their ideas on technology and Dell products, services and operations. The community will vote for the best ideas and discuss the ideas with other users. Dell will share the ideas throughout its organization to trigger new thoughts and evolve everything that is done at the company.
convergence  openinnovation  innovation 
november 2008 by dunc
Design Thinking
Thinking like a designer can transform the way you develop products, services, processes—and even strategy. Tim Brown (Ideo) in Harvard Business Review
convergence  design  business  innovation  usercentred 
october 2008 by dunc
Wikinomics » Blog Archive » A deeper look at the NetFlix innovation contest
The NetFlix competition started in October 2006, and the “headline prize” is $1 Million, to be given to a person (or group) that improves the prediction accuracy bar by 10% or more. As the 10% was chosen somewhat at random, and they thought it might be a bit difficult and take a while, they also created a $50,ooo “Progress Prize” to be given to the group that made the most (if any) progress in a given year.
innovation  openinnovation  netflix  convergence 
october 2008 by dunc
nxtasy.org | Building a LEGO Mindstorms NXT Community Brick by Brick
This site hopes to provide a source of news and knowledge exchange for LEGO Mindstorms NXT users all over the world.
openinnovation  innovation  convergence  community 
october 2008 by dunc
Management design flaws and radical remedies | MLab
Earlier this year the MLab brought together a "Renegade Brigade" that included many of the world's most progressive thinkers on management and organization. Each participant was asked to identify a key barrier that prevents organizations from being adaptable, innovative, or an inspiring place to work; and then to propose a potential solution. In the video clips below, academics, venture capitalists, and CEOs identified the critical flaws of "management-as-usual" and posit innovative solutions.
innovation  strategy  business  workshop 
october 2008 by dunc
Gary_Hamel on free open markets in companies
Gary Hamel (Management Lab) speaks about the difficulties faced by corporate innovators when trying new ideas, and proposes creating a free internal market in which any budget holder could invest in any new idea.
innovation  convergence  openinnovation  investmentinarup 
october 2008 by dunc
BW - The World's 50 Most Innovative Companies Interactive Scoreboard
In a climate when innovation efforts and research and development budgets are likely to see more scrutiny than ever, our 2008 list of the World's Most Innovative Companies adds three financial measures to the mix to determine the rankings.
october 2008 by dunc
Future Files
Future Files is a new book filled with provocative forecasts about how the world might change in the next half century. It examines emerging trends and developments in society, technology, economy, and business, and makes educated speculations as to where they might take us.
trends  future  foresight  books  innovation 
october 2008 by dunc
Show Us a Better Way
Ever been frustrated that you can't find out something that ought to be easy to find? Ever been baffled by league tables or 'performance indicators'? Do you think that better use of public information could improve health, education, justice or society at large? The UK Government wants to hear your ideas for new products that could improve the way public information is communicated. The Power of Information Taskforce is running a competition on the Government's behalf, and we have a £20,000 prize fund to develop the best ideas to the next level.
visualization  opensource  innovation  information  convergence  geoweb  locationawareness 
october 2008 by dunc
The Talent Hunt (Designophy, www.designophy.com)
Desperate to innovate, companies are turning to design schools for nimble, creative thinkers
convergence  usercentred  innovation  design 
october 2008 by dunc
ScribeMedia.Org | Can Big Companies Innovate?
Road to Innovation is a ScribeMedia/BrainJuicer co-production and includes interviews from leading practitioners and thinkers in the corporate, scientific, branding and media space as we explore change, disruption and innovation across various industries.
october 2008 by dunc
biomimicry - interview with Janine Benyus
Sex, velcro, lotus leaf, concrete - interview with Janine Benyus on the role of biomimicry to support corporate innovation
via ScribeMedia.Org | BrainJuicer
convergence  biomimicry  innovation 
october 2008 by dunc
scottberkun.com » The 8 challenges innovations face
In chapter 3 of The Myths of Innovation, I explore why innovation methedologies are prone to fail. It’s not their fault - there are many factors involved that are out of the control of any individual. You can do many things right and still fail.
september 2008 by dunc
scottberkun.com » #56 - Creative thinking hacks
This essay, a high speed hack-centric interpretation of the creative thinking course I taught at the University of Washington, offers both concepts and tricks to help anyone be creative at any time.
september 2008 by dunc
Unwittingly, Paul Rademacher made history by fooling around in his free time to build Housing Maps. In an act reminiscent of early Reese's candy commercials, Paul married the data from Craigslist.org's real estate listings with Google Maps to create an interactive housing viewer. What makes this story really interesting is that this little application has nothing to do with Paul’s real job -- a software engineer for animation company DreamWorks. He just whipped this little application up as a hobby.
convergence  proams  innovation  web2.0  geoweb  locationawareness 
september 2008 by dunc
Project 10 to the 100th
Project 10100 (pronounced "Project 10 to the 100th") is a call for ideas to change the world by helping as many people as possible. Here's how to join in.
convergence  openinnovation  innovation  google  proams 
september 2008 by dunc
IDEO Labs is a place where we can show bits of what we're working on, talk about prototyping, and share our excitement over the tools that help us create.
multitouch  innovation  ideo  physicalcomputing  research 
september 2008 by dunc
Typology of innovation
Typology of innovation Stone Yamashita
september 2008 by dunc
Interactive Knowhow
Blog by Jemima at iKnowHow - "Right now, I’m writing a book for Triarchy Press on the impact of web 2.0 technologies on business leadership." When people ask what it’s actually about, I find myself coming up with a slightly different answer every time: http://www.interactiveknowhow.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/08/in-search-of-leadership-2-0.pdf
management  innovation 
august 2008 by dunc
Social Innovation Camp » Barcode wikipedia
The idea - Create a site for storing user generated information to be stored against a product, identified by its barcode number - things like reviews, manufacturing conditions, news stories about the product/manufacturer, farm subsidies paid...
rfid  convergence  socialnetworks  innovation 
march 2008 by dunc
YouTube - The Myths of Innovation
Scott Berkun doing tech talk at Google on his book tour from the Myths of Innovation. Nice overview of parts of the book and reminded me of a couple of themes I need to build into Arup innovation material. The book gives you more so worth a read...
innovation  video  books 
february 2008 by dunc
IT Conversations
Useful site collecting audio from all the main speakers at events such emerging technology, poptech, where2.0 and items such as *interviews with innovators* - one for the ipod commute
audio  technology  podcasts  innovation  convergence 
january 2008 by dunc
Voices Of Innovation: Steve Jobs
Voices Of Innovation: Steve Jobs
Chairman and CEO of Apple Computer and Pixar Animation Studios
innovation  culture 
november 2007 by dunc
Invent Now
The National Inventors Hall of Fame™ honors the women and men responsible for the great technological advances that make human, social and economic progress possible.
science  inventors  innovation  design 
november 2007 by dunc
Web Browser History - First, Early
The first widely used web browser was NCSA Mosaic. The Mosaic programming team then developed the first commercial web browser called Netscape Navigator, later renamed Communicator, then renamed back to just Netscape.
history  browser  timeline  innovation 
november 2007 by dunc
The 100: Information and Much More from Answers.com
The 100: A Ranking of the Most Influential Persons in History is a 1978 book by Michael H. Hart. It is a ranking of the 100 people who most influenced human history. Since publication the book has been hotly debated and its concept widely copied.
history  innovation 
november 2007 by dunc
The Great Idea Finder - Celebrating the Spirit of Innovation
The Great Idea Finder is a place to explore the exciting world of innovation. Whether you're a student, teacher, parent, inventor, history buff, or just looking for innovative consumer products, you'll find things you can use here.
innovation  inspiration  invention  history 
november 2007 by dunc
NineSigma: Accelerating the Innovation Cycle — Ninesigma, Inc.
NineSigma enables clients to source innovative ideas, technologies, products and services from outside their organizations quickly and inexpensively by connecting them to the best innovators and solution providers from around the world.
innovation  crowdsourcing  collaboration  community  business  openinnovation 
november 2007 by dunc
Open Innovation| Crowd Sourcing| Contract Research| RFP| Prize Philanthropy| CRO -InnoCentive
Solvers - Join the InnoCentive community to apply your expert knowledge and creativity to InnoCentive Challenges™ posted by organizations eager to present their toughest problems to thousands of the world's most creative minds.
innovation  research  collaboration  community  ideas 
november 2007 by dunc
Howstuffworks "How the Volvo "Your Concept Car" Works"
Unveiled at the 2004 Geneva Auto Show, the YCC is the first concept car to be designed from start to finish by a team composed exclusively of women.
innovation  volvo  design  female 
november 2007 by dunc
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