The Knowledge Graph, Google Humanizes Search
In its constant quest to take technology to the next level, Google’s most recent service, the Knowledge Graph, is designed to enhance the user’s search experience even more. According to Google, it’s “a “graph”—that understands real-world entities and their relationships to one another: things, not strings.” This video gives a brief synopsis of how it works:
Dare to Think Different
Ideas can often be stalled or not let outside the box by the risk averse. Sometimes, but certainly not always, these are left-brained individuals. However, if left and right-brained thinking works together, either in the capacity of one individual or leader, or within a team; or if a left brained leader has a skew of right brain risk and creativity, innovation can be inspired.
Connecting to Customers
As a Math Geek and artist I'm really fascinated by the infinite wonder of Fractals. First of all, the artwork that can be created using Fractals is gorgeous. I just stumbled on Jock Cooper's Fractal Art animation gallery while I was looking for examples to post. Not only are they gorgeous, but they are a great example of how social media networks spread.