Laurent Haug's newsletter, issue 7

Music streaming beating CD sales, a suit with a payment chip inside, a chart to help you choose wheth

Laurent Haug

March 29 · Issue #7 · View online
News and thoughts on society's ongoing transformation.

Music streaming beating CD sales, a suit with a payment chip inside, a chart to help you choose whether your current business problems are worthy of a meeting, self driving cars and solar powered drones coming sooner than expected, kids teaching robots how to write, students sharing their flats with seniors, and much more. Have a great week and happy reading!

Self-driving cars and solar-powered drones coming this summer
Elon Musk Says Self-Driving Tesla Cars Will Be in the U.S. by Summer
Facebook, Moving Ahead with Drone, Plans Test This Summer
Education 2.0
Finland schools scrap subjects and replace them with 'topics'
Kids and robots learn to write together (EPFL project)
US Editor Under Fire for Monitoring Students' Twitter Posts
"I love science" link of the week
Scientists have figured out how to inject human eyes with night vision
Streaming music beat CD sales for the first time
How Self-Service Kiosks Are Changing Customer Behavior
Dutch students can live in nursing homes rent-free (as long as they keep the residents company)
The Economist explains: How technology threatens the insurance business
News from the digital world
BuzzFeed Motion Pictures videos reach 1 billion monthly views
Pointing Fingers in Apple Pay Fraud
'Ebola-proof' tablet device developed
The Steve Jobs legend, still going strong
The War Over Who Steve Jobs Was
The Steve Jobs You Didn't Know: Kind, Patient, And Human
Startups and tools
Credit Suisse and Goldman Sachs backed market intelligence venture
HedgeChatter: Social media analytics for the stock market
Magic Leap
Carbon 3D
Do you really need to hold that meeting?
The perfect gift for tech savvy businessmen
M.J. Bale's payWave power suit gives wearer a card up their sleeve
This week's link for parents
Toy control: Limit, Contain and Donate.
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