Internet Manipulation — Messaging — Kickstarter Fulfillment — Role-Models — The Role of Press — Boxing in VR— The Trouble with Choice
Gruvi Weekly Digest #9 — A weekly catch up on what we found interesting at Gruvi.
It’s no news that technology is evolving at a fast pace. Sometimes it’s used to make our lives better, to help us stay in touch with the people in our lives and to enhance our experiences. But there’s also a dark side to all this evolution that we need to watch out for. And there are industries, such as printed press, that are taking a hard hit. Ultimately, it’s all about navigating this landscape of increasingly available choice wisely.
greet upcoming prize fights with a smile on my face. When the time for a PPV comes I do my best to enjoy it to the fullest. That means clearing my schedule ahead of time (of course), calling up a few friends over to my place and ordering food. All of those factors are pretty much in my control. Being able to mold the experience for myself is what it’s all about.
One important factor, however, is out of my control. The way a fight is viewed from the perspective of a camera. If I was able to customize the way I view a fight, I just might be able to pick up on stuff I feel is important. That would make me happy. Very, very happy.
It is a promising technology and if it guided properly it just might do wonders for a huge number of sport fans, including myself.
As the number of choices increases, so does the effort required to collect information and make good decisions. Hoa Loranger observed how customers deal with a soda-dispensign machine that offers 100 different flavours.
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