For just $10,000, Nectome will embalm your brain, keeping it from decaying for centuries until its contents can be uploaded. The only downside is that you need to be alive when Nectome starts its embalming process, and the process will definitely kill you.
Just like you, I love original and relevant content, yet from personal experience I know creating it is no simple task. It requires, passion, time, knowledge and resources. This month I’ve came across three interesting articles related to content, so I’m sharing them with you hoping you’ll find them useful.
Weighing only 6 kg, Panasonic's new wearable robot is designed to help warehouse and construction workers lift heavy objects up to 15 kg.
In one of my previous articles on information architecture, I concluded that for various reasons this is a discipline that can hardly be explained with one single definition. Therefore, this time I thought I should focus on explaining IA and why does it matter so much to clients engaging in digital environment by showing a clear example.
Personally, the first time I came across IA was back in 2000, when I joined OglivyInteractive Romania as an online copywriter. It sounded a little bit scary, yet it was so inviting that I started paying attention and explore the unknown territory of Information Architecture.
March 6 is no longer just my best friend’s birthday, but also the day I have met Jonathan Shieber and got to know his view of the Romanian startup environment. This short article is about few of the ideas that stayed with me after our talk.
Jonathan Shieber, Senior Editor TechCrunch & Crunchbase, will visit Romania in March for 3 workshops dedicated to startups, entrepreneurs and communication specialists. The first one will take place in Cluj and the other two in Bucharest at RatLab.