WIRED Archive

  • The Future of Print Publishing

    The Future of Print Publishing

    Last week at TED Wired and Adobe unveiled the first glimpse of the Wired Reader on its debut platform, the iPad. Wired’s editor-in-Chief, Chris Anderson, breaks down the presentation:

    “What Jeremy and I showed was not a CGI demo or concept — it was running live code with real copy. The content was created [...]

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  • ‘New Creation’ Launch + Earnings = Big Week For Apple

    ‘New Creation’ Launch + Earnings = Big Week For Apple

    SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Few events can steal the thunder from an Apple quarterly earnings day. Maybe only an Apple product launch.
    The company releases quarterly results on Monday, but Wall Street is waiting for Wednesday, when Apple could unveil a new tablet computer that investors hope will be as huge a phenomenon as its iconic iPod and iPhone. The invitation to press merely says [...]

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  • U2 Live on YouTube

    U2 Live on YouTube

    This Sunday October 25, 2009 @ 8:30 PM PST
    In what’s sure to be the most heavily trafficked live performance in the history of the Internet, as well as breaking bandwidth records (even beyond it’s normal 1 billion views a day), YouTube will be streaming this Sunday’s U2 concert live from the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California at 8:30 PM PST. The event will mark the first YouTube [...]

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  • John Mayer Augmented Reality Video

    John Mayer Augmented Reality Video

    John Mayer has made music and technology history as the first recording artist to release an augmented reality music video. It’s an interesting experiment. Engaging, unique and… pretty damn cool.

    There are several ways to get the marker (icon) to reflect in your webcam. Though, if you don’t feel like wasting [...]

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  • Free: The Future of a Radical Price

    Free: The Future of a Radical Price

    From WIRED MAGAZINE: 17.07
    Tech Is Too Cheap to Meter: It’s Time to Manage for Abundance, Not Scarcity By Chris Anderson
    Free! Why $0.00 Is the Future of Business
    In 1969, the Neiman Marcus catalog offered the first home PC, a stylish stand-up model called the Honeywell Kitchen Computer [...]

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  • The New New Economy: More Startups, Fewer Giants, Infinite Opportunity

    The New New Economy: More Startups, Fewer Giants, Infinite Opportunity

    By Chris Anderson @ Wired 05.22.09
    As the Internet was taking shape in the late 1980s, an MIT professor named Tom Malone started thinking about how it could change the structure of industries. In a series of papers, he predicted that the big top-down companies of the 20th century would soon “decentralize and externalize” into [...]

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