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For 3D, press PRINT

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Gartner, a major IT research and advisory company, released its 2012 Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies on August 16. Besides wireless power, bring your own device, and complex-event processing, a tipping-point technology is 3D printing.

Educating the masses

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If you have ready access to the Internet, it’s most likely that the first place you’ll look for information is online. As a student, the first go-to for academic enlightenment is Wikipedia (sad but true). But the web is actually a great place for learning.

Flipping the film industry

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We reserve cinematic viewings only for films long-anticipated – ones we couldn’t bear to watch on anything other than a huge, looming screen.

Those ‘almost and ‘maybe’ movies can be staved off until the DVD comes out, or until one manages to download an illegal copy.

If you can’t beat them…

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on Tuesday, 21 August 2012
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“Technology is the key to the future of media. Technology can and has profoundly changed the way content is distributed, and will continue to do so. The future of media is wrapped up in technology, and this is an indicator of why technology companies are eating media companies’ lunches, if not actually consuming them in their entirety.”
-Eric Picard-


Yes, we’re deep in the digital pool of media. With the demise of many daily newspapers and the limitations of broadcasting, new media looks like it’s winning the race.

The modern music muddle

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on Tuesday, 14 August 2012
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“I love the way music turns all these techie devices like PCs, mobile phones and iPads into personalised juke boxes and I love how the internet lets me connect with fans wherever they are in the world.”
-Natasha Bedingfield-

“Music is available to everyone at the touch of a button. Please try and only use those services that actually pay the artists, songwriters and producers, rather than those that don’t.”
-Queen -


The gradual transition from analogue to digital music overwhelmed everyone – fans, musicians, agents, producers, record labels, and music stores. With the inevitability of absolute transformation, what choice does the music industry have, except to go with the musical flow?

Drowning in DigiMedia

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How would you like your news served today? In a newspaper, on television, over the radio? Oh how silly, of course you’d like it on your… what – laptop, iPad, cellphone?

Next, where would you like your news to come from: BBC, NYT, Al Jazeera? Or do you prefer smaller, more ‘local’ news sources? Why not try a link posted on Twitter from that semi-famous person you follow? Or a status update from a friend who’s watching the Olympics, live?

Presenting the information overload.

New Media: ahead of the game

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on Tuesday, 31 July 2012
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Traditional media outlets have to constantly contend with new media for sports coverage. This is especially notable for the 2012 Olympics, where social media has taken the games coverage by storm. Sports audiences have even resorted to Twitter to criticise Olympics coverage by NBC. Affronted, the broadcasting network filed a specific complaint against The Independent journalist, Guy Adams, after he complained about their coverage. Consequently, Adams’ Twitter account was suspended.

ICTs defend Mother Nature

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on Monday, 07 May 2012
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Undoubtedly, Earth is in danger. One is constantly reminded of climate change and environmental degradation. With hardly any watertight solution, it seems that the planet is running out of time. The last option might be to turn to an unlikely source of help.

Nature and the digital revolution appear to be worlds apart, but there is a way to bridge this gap through the use of ICTs.

Technology Drives Vehicle Innovations

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