The Software Revolution Will Be Televised

by Jon Follett

Last year, Internet luminary and entrepreneur Marc Andreessen wrote a significant essay in the Wall Street Journal, outlining the many ways in which software has become absolutely vital to our world. Software allows us to extend our reach even further than we did before, automating processes, accelerating the rate of change, and providing the sinews between people and data. It seems only natural then, that software has come to the forefront of business technology.

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Topics: Design, facebook, Piers Morgan, television, Ideas, Analysis, Conan O'Brien, Blog, twitter, netflix, software, UX, YouTube

Facebook Domination, Driving Distracted, and NASA TV

by Jon Follett

Here’s what we’re reading online, this week at Involution, on design, tech, and the digital life, in our links round up.

Facebook Closes the Door on User Data
Facebook is racing to shore up the walls of its garden, in an attempt to keep Google+ and others from leveraging its social graph and contact data.

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Topics: facebook, mobile web, Analysis, Blog, user data, google, netflix, NASA