Are we living in parallel realities?
A matter of perspective
The star of CES 2020? We’ll go with Misapplied Sciences and Delta Airlines’ new parallel reality technology, set to roll out mid-year at the Detroit Metropolitan Airport.
The tech can simultaneously display up to 18,000 different images on a single screen, depending on the physical position of the viewer; in practice, this will enable multiple airport-goers to see customized flight information… on the same monitor. At the same time.
While we all wait for the parallel reality industry to blossom — at least in this timeline — here’s a smattering of augmented reality gigs.
Go with the flow
Feeling bogged down by a towering to-do list? Here’s an HBR guide to finding your ideal productivity workflow.
Having a hard time making habits stick? Try celebrating your wins.
Simply need a break? Say hello to the Michael Jordan of dogs.
Back to the future
Some food for thought for the coders in our community: here’s a Guardian editorial on how software bloat means lean, efficient code and new programmers are needed now more than ever before.
(These companies, in particular, could use your help.)
Plus: a fun Medium read on how computer programming has changed over the past two decades.
For starters: “You are not officially considered a programmer anymore until you attend a $2K conference and share a selfie from there.”
It’s no secret that higher ed could use an overhaul, especially when it comes to expensive and often inaccessible business schools. An education startup called Jolt — with a $14M Series A in hand — is aiming to open up a new pathway to the business world.
That said, here’s another pathway towards some shiny new bizdev gigs.
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