This post is a round-up of links to the sites Amy Webb mentioned in her session at ONA. I’m updating it as the links come along. This is a session about “10 tech trends.” The numbered items are the trends. She then mentions certain web sites or apps for the iPhone.
1. Real Time Web
Livestation – live tv stations (UK only right now).
Flock – social media web browser.
SamePoint – social media real time search.
SocialMention — social media real time search
Robo.to – 4-second video updates.
2. Light blogging
Tumblr – “light blogging” platform
Posterous – “light blogging. send updates via e-mail.”
Pandora – music suggestion engine.
Bing – MS search engine.
CustomTimes – NYT customized application.
Interactive TV (iTV), Widgets
Set-top TV boxes with ability to use widgets built-in.
5. Identity Recognition
Midomi – music recognition software
Picasa – 3.5 update allows you to batch recognize people in your photos.
Face.com – recognition of photos without you identifying them. Creepy.
6. Augmented reality
living sasquatch – 3d example of augmented reality.
Yelp Monocle for iPhone
Wikitude – sends info to your iPhone using wikipedia content for the place you are in.
Robotvision – Augmented reality using Bing search.
7. User-Generated Sensor Data
#9: Geolocation 3.0
#10: The Internet of Things
Amy ran out of time, but provided a convenient page with all of the links listed above and more. Click here.
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