This article from Joel Spolsky from circa 2000 always reminds me that it is harder to read code than to write it. If you make software, this is one of those required-reading articles that we all hate reading, because we know some of it is true.
VisualizeMe allows you to connect to your LinkedIn profile and create an amazing infographic which presents your qualifications in a innovative new way. This new startup has just changed the way we will look at resumes from today onward.
The Saab Phoenix has the coolest car dashboard you will have ever seen. The in-dash computer is running Android and it even has an App Store. More examples of truly, revolutionarily, innovative technology from The World Changing.
Occasionally each of us finds ourselves looking for a job. And it is not surprising that the World is Changing there too. We are on the cusp of something great. This is a time of opportunity in the job search and recruitment world.
It occurred to us as we were writing the World Changing article on Tesco and their use of QR Codes, that some of you still need to know a little more about what QR Codes are and why they should care. Here is how QR codes are Changing the World.
Tesco recently started using QR Codes and the empty walls of Subway stations to create Homeplus virtual stores. Thanks to this innovative genius, commuters can shop virtual shelves arranged to create an exact replica of the in-store experience.
Dan Pink talks through his book, Drive with an amazing synchronized illustration. The animation really helps to keep our attention for the entire span of the 10 minutes. Another great example of the World Changing. Powerpoint is so 1994.
Innovative companies of the last decade have Changed the World in incredible ways and of them, Facebook has had the biggest impact on our personal lives. On our actual Lives. Facebook has changed the way we relate with other people.