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Las ciudades más listas, según el IESE

El Instituto de Estudios Superiores de la Empresa (IESE) nos trae su tercera evaluación, el <i>IESE Cities in Motion Index</i> (MICI), de <b>las ciudades más</b> …

Automating Layouts Bring Flipboard’s Magazine Style To Web And Windows

Good layout design frames a story and impacts how you are informed by the content. For example, in the hallways of Sports Illustrated, editors hang up every page of the print edition to be reviewed and manually tweaked before publication.<p>When you read Flipboard, articles and photographs are laid …

Yahoo sigue buscando la forma de rentabilizar Tumblr tras pagar 1.000 millones de dólares

Pagó 1.000 millones de dólares para comprarlo. Fue la adquisición más importante de la ‘era Mayer’ en <b>Yahoo</b>. Y hoy por hoy la compañía <b>sigue enfrascada</b> …

Capitalismo cognitivo, propiedad intelectual y creación colectiva

Para cerrar el mes en cuanto a las lecturas recomendadas os dejo una reseña de <b>Capitalismo cognitivo, propiedad intelectual y creación colectiva</b>. Se …

Las perspectivas de la agenda global 2014 del Foro Económico Mundial

A finales del año pasado, el Foro Económico Mundial (FEM) presentó su último Estudio de las perspectivas sobre la agenda global 2014, con una visión …

La curiosa venta del oro ucraniano al gobierno de Irak

En la madrugada del viernes 7 de marzo, en secreto y aprovechando la oscuridad de la noche, en el aeropuerto Borispol, de Kiev, una gran aeronave sin …

Declive de los petrodólares anticipa el fin de la hegemonía económica de Estados Unidos

La existencia de los "petrodólares" ha sido uno de los pilares fundamentales de la hegemonía económica de Estados Unidos desde el fin del acuerdo de …

Qué es Heartbleed, cómo nos afecta a los usuarios, y que podemos hacer

Durante toda la semana Internet se ha llenado de personas discutiendo un mismo tema: la seguridad en la red. Puede que hayas escuchado sobre esto, …

Clef: adiós contraseñas inicia sesión con tu móvil en todos lados

Si algo tenemos claro todos los que usamos mucho Internet, es la acumulación de credenciales en los cientos de sitios web que visitamos. Recordar …

El mapa de los países más visitados del mundo

¿Cuál es el país más visitado del mundo? Muchos probablemente se sientan tentados a contestar Estados Unidos o China por una simple cuestión de …

50 de las mejores herramientas gratuitas y online para profesores en 2014

Preparar clases, hacer presentaciones, comunicarse con alumnos y padres, corregir exámenes, mostrar vídeos… ser profesor no es tarea fácil, pero la …

Seven Strategies for Simplifying Your Organization

<i>This post is co-authored with Lisa Bodell.</i><p>Over the past several years we have heard hundreds of managers talk about the negative impact of complexity on both productivity and workplace morale. This message has been reinforced by the findings of major CEO surveys conducted by IBM and KPMG [PDF], …

The Three Elements of Successful Data Visualizations

Now that we’ve discussed when data visualization works — and when it doesn’t, let’s delve into what makes a successful data visualization. Although there are a number of criteria, including ease of comprehension and aesthetics, I’d like to explore the three that designers most often overlook.<p><b>1. It</b> …

The Science of What We Do (and Don’t) Know About Data Visualization

Visualization is easy, right? After all, it’s just some colorful shapes and a few text labels. But things are more complex than they seem, largely due to the the ways we see and digest charts, graphs, and other data-driven images. While scientifically-backed studies do exist, there are actually …

Why Organizations Are So Afraid to Simplify

While most managers complain about being overloaded with responsibilities, very few are willing to give up any of them. It’s one of the great contradictions of organizational life: People are great at starting new things — projects, meetings, initiatives, task forces — but have a much harder time …

The Value of a Good Visual: Immediacy

Our brains are meant to see in pictures. Grids and columns of data, while ubiquitous, make it very difficult to see trends or patterns. Additionally, a lot of the new data sources available today, such as genetic data or social network data, don’t lend themselves to traditional spreadsheets and …

When Data Visualization Works — And When It Doesn’t

I am uncomfortable with the growing emphasis on big data and its stylist, visualization. Don’t get me wrong — I love infographic representations of large data sets. The value of representing information concisely and effectively dates back to Florence Nightingale, when she developed a new type of …

When Presenting Your Data, Get to the Point Fast

Projecting your data on slides puts you at an immediate disadvantage: When you’re giving a presentation, people can’t pull the numbers in for a closer look or take as much time to examine them as they can with a report or a white paper. That’s why you need to direct their attention. What do you …

LAS 36 ESTRATEGIAS CHINAS

<b>Estrategia 1</b><br>Algo que es familiar no provoca la atención.<p><b>Cruzar el mar confundiendo al cielo.</b><br>Cuanto más obvia parece una situación, más secretos …

WEN TZU

1. El estado de sabiduría no tiene nada que ver con el poder o el gobierno de los demás, sino que es un asunto de ordenarse a sí mismo. La nobleza no …

Las 36 bases de EEUU amenazan la paz en América Latina

<b>CISPAL / Adital – Las 36 bases militares de Estados Unidos instaladas en América Latina y el Caribe son una amenaza para la paz, las democracias, la</b> …

Humans Make Up Less Than 40 Percent of the Internet’s Traffic

The human race is a minority on the Internet. And no, it's not because your pets have all of a sudden gotten computer-savvy.<p>A recent report published …

To Understand Consumer Data, Think Like an Anthropologist

It was hardly what you’d call an “adequate sample size” for market research, but the results were nevertheless eye-opening for the maker of a pain-relief ointment: A single consumer posted an online photo showing how he placed foil over the ointment to prevent it from staining his pants.<p>Despite …

We Visited Singapore's Outrageous Airport, And Were Totally Blown Away

<i>With the Singapore Airshow open to the public this weekend, it's a great occasion to check out the world's greatest airport, so we've republished her report.</i><p>Singapore's Changi Airport is a major hub for international transport, with more than 135,000 passengers passing through every day.<p>But it's no …

Flying

I Wore A Tiny Gadget That Took A Photo Of What I Was Doing Every 30 Seconds

The Narrative Clip is a device that's mostly unlike anything I've used before.<p>It's a plastic square that's bigger than a quarter but smaller than a book of matches. There's a metal clip on the back for attaching it to things — I mostly wore mine clipped to my shirt. And it houses a 5-megapixel …

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The 'Internet Of Things' Will Be Bigger Than The Smartphone, Tablet, And PC Markets Combined

In the consumer space, many products and services have already crossed over into the IoT, including kitchen and home appliances, lighting and heating products, and insurance company-issued car monitoring devices that allow motorists to pay insurance only for the amount of driving they do.<p><i>Here are</i> …

Internet of Things

Merkel and Hollande to discuss European communication network avoiding U.S.

Merkel, who visits France on Wednesday, has been pushing for greater data protection in Europe following reports last year about mass surveillance in Germany and elsewhere by the U.S. National Security Agency. Even Merkel's cell phone was reportedly monitored by American spies.<p>Merkel said in her …

North Africa

Brands Aren’t Dead, But Traditional Branding Tools Are Dying

Back in the days when the internet was young, many believed that as it grew brands would become a thing of the past. Leading information economy thinkers propagated this view, including Carl Shapiro and Hal R. Varian, who published the highly influential book, <i>Information Rules,</i> in 1999 (Varian is …