Nick Bilton, a designer, user interface specialist, technologist, journalist, hardware hacker, who is currently the design integration editor and user interface specialist at The New York Times and The Times Research & Development Lab, has a few things to say about media integration.
Bilton was featured in that cool New York magazine story about tech renegades at the New York Times. He also works as an adjunct professor in the Interactive Telecommunications Program at NYU where he teaches a course on one-two-ten design interaction. The idea is to tell stories for the one-foot distance between you and your phone, the two-foot distance between you and your computer and the ten-foot distance between you and your television. Here’s Nick with a video explanation.
Combining years of neurological research and mindfulness techniques, Dr. Heather Berlin helps us better understand how the body’s most complex organ can easily be misled into negative thinking - and how we can stop that from happening.
Our world needs youth leaders in our communities now from ages 14-25. We need to harness their energy and ideas, give the tools effective leadership and then let them lead!
Our leaders in the US congress, corporations, and non-profits need term limits to ensure that the torches of leadership pass smoothly. This will allow our elders to Think Big about new projects as the pass existing programs onto others.