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Technology june 16, 2016

Researchers Crowdsource The Evolution Of The English Language

A dialect app maps the evolution of words and phrases through data

Technology may 23, 2016

Earpiece Can Translate Foreign Languages On The Fly

The Pilot lets you nestle a personal interpreter directly into your ear canal

[Insight] New York Times and Associated Press agree that ‘internet’ is too ubiquitous to capitalize
march 10, 2014

Educational Robot Mimics Computer Programming In Real Life

This little robot kit makes an easy jump from Lego to Javascript.

Advertising december 29, 2012

George Parker: My 2013 Prediction, Ad Land Continues To Puke English

As the year draws to a close, we ask author and tastemaker George Parker what he thinks will dominate in 2013.

Innovation january 5, 2012

Sensor Embedded Kitchen Utensils 'Gamifies' Cooking For Future Chefs [Future Of Gaming]

The French Digital Kitchen is an innovative cooking environment that features cooking utensils and ingredient containers with digitally embedded sensors alongside interactive displays, which track and evaluate a student’s activity.

Arts & Culture march 31, 2011

TED: Don’t Insist On English!

Is the world’s focus on English preventing the spread of great ideas in other languages?

Arts & Culture march 22, 2011

Chronological Visualization Of How Knowledge Emerges

A compelling data visualization maps the history of the world according to Wikipedia data.

Technology february 18, 2011

Monocolumn: Japanese Brush Up On Their English

Verb conjugation; adverbial clauses; the future progressive: forget financial jargon, these are the words that may soon be found flying around the offices of Japan’s banking world.

Design & Architecture december 22, 2010

English Soon To Be Ousted As Primary Language Of The Internet [Infographic]

With China's steady growth of internet users, Chinese may supersede English as the most widely used language on the internet.

Gaming & Play january 19, 2010

George Parker: The Bullshit Meter Is Still In The Red Zone!

George Parker is the perpetrator of Every week he shares his opinions on the advertising world with PSFK.

Mobile november 19, 2009

Bangladeshis Rush to Learn English Through Mobile Phones

BBC World Service Trust is attempting to harness the power and pervasiveness of mobile phones to provide English language lessons for the 50+ million mobile users in Bangladesh.


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