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IBM 5 + 5

Recently in the news India has announced that it will be using unique biometric identifiers (B.I.) for all of its 1.3 billion people.It is called the Unique Identification Authority. The proposed B.I. will consist of fingerprint scans for all ten fingers, iris scans for both eyes, and a picture of the face. Other types of B.I. available are voice pattern recognition, gait pattern recognition, hand geometry, ...

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Branding – now and then

In a media saturated environment,  branding is a challenge.  Some messages are more visible than others and the general public is in a constant mode of reception. Consumption is the goal.    Branding in this crowded arena  can be a challenging task.  A challenge to get specific messages across while struggling to capture the attention of audiences who are bombarded with thousands of different messages from ...

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SOPA: Information Controlled Society?

The origins of what we know today as "the Internet" are still hotly debated.When computers first became operational around the 1950's, they were connected to terminals in a form of point-to-point communication. Eventually computer networks became interconnected, and thus terminal-to-terminal connections were created. One theory about the origins of the Internet is that research scientists needed a faster wa ...

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The Digital Network – video

Network from Michael Rigley on Vimeo. Information technology has become a ubiquitous presence. By visualizing the processes that underlie our interactions with this technology we can trace what happens to the information we feed into the network. BFA Thesis CCA Graphic Design ...

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What is Web 3.0?

The world of technology has come a long ways since the days of vacuum tubes and transistors.  The first electronic computers ever built, such as the IBM Eniac, weighted approximately 80 tons and took up a whole room in size. Today, computers can be as small the size of the palm of a hand, and people with Smartphones, PCs, tablets, or any other Internet connection, have access to more computing power than ex ...

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