It is said that we are in the middle of the fourth industrial revolution. We are experiencing a new sense of personal empowerment over our minds and bodies, driven by our belief in technological change, innovation and the sense that in the new realities of health 2.0 anything is possible.
Medical Technology Goes Personal
We have all become so used to staring at our little black screens that we believe our mobiles represent the ultimate personal device. Think again. There are now new incarnations on the horizon that will integrate into our daily lives in ways in we can only begin to imagine.
How Twitter Created a Brand Evanglist in 180 Seconds
As the barely audible station announcements heaped confusion onto frustration and the station staff admitting to knowing less than me, the last thing I expected was an immediate and informed personal response from the train company via it’s customer Twitter service.