From Microsoft comes two nifty product demos emerging from their Labs.
Blaise Aguera y Arcas showed off Bing Maps, with new technologies that allow you embed Flickr photos and even live video in “street view” mode.
Gary Flake walks you through Pivot, a tool for data analysis and exploration through realtime visualization.
The recent TED Talk that most surprised me as relevant to experience design actually comes from TED India, and I think has been overlooked in the blogosphere. Sendhil Mullainathan talks about the “last mile” problem when dealing with social problems — convincing people to do what’s best for them, even when it conflicts with their mental models. A fascinating discussion of addressing psychological challenges to making positive change, and the one that I’ll embed here:
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Love TED, Love adaptive path. Read, watch and learn.