Americans eat more meat than almost anyone else in the world, but habits are starting to change. This may be in part because of health and environmental concerns. We explore some of the meat trends and changes in graphs and charts.
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For our leadoff podcast of the new year, we invited our friends Jesse Thomas and Leslie Bradshaw from JESS3 on to discuss the big trends in tech in 2010 and ventured some predictions on the new innovations we’d see in 2011.
JESS3′s portfolio includes work for Facebook, Google, NASA, Nike, Samsung, and MTV. Follow them everywhere @JESS3 — starting on Facebook and Twitter.
Here are just a few of the stories we discussed in this free-flowing look into the future:
Vegas hotels using Twitter clout to decide who get rooms Where’s my flying car? The future that wasn’t. Feltron Annual Report Will self-driving cars revolutionize traffic?
The hype around Web 2.0 continues to increase to the point of absurdity. We hear all about a rich web of data, but what can we learn from these trends to actually apply to our designs? You’ll take a tour through the past, present, and future of the web to answer these questions and more:
* What can we learn from the rich history of data visualization to inform our designs today? * How can we do amazing work while battle the constant constraints we find ourselves up against? * How do we really incorporate users into our practice of user experience?
How do you tell the difference between a sea change and a ripple in the water? Could a nonviolent baboon be sign of things to come? Or is it just a flukey outlier from the norm? What about a man in a dress? Or a fox without vicious urges? Is there ever really even a norm? In this hour of Radiolab, we examine three stories that re-frame our sense of normalcy.
What new technological developments will change our lives in the months and years ahead? A radio interview wirh futurist and technology forecaster Paul Saffo.