Category Archives: Technology



Depending on how you look at it, “Big Data” is either a blessing or a curse. Some organizations see it as a daunting challenge to their ability to analyze and understand it. Others see it as key to new insights, cures, solutions and advances. But that’s the crux of Big D... read more  

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There's a lot of momentum behind design thinking today and a lot of appreciation from this community for all the interest. But, as in all movements, there are distractions and unworthy detours. Here's one we'd like to open up for discussion. Parking meters and the technologica... read more  

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"Hug Machine", via urbanvinyldaily.com Before interning at Capsule, “Experience Design” was only an abstract term of which I had a vague understanding. Since I’ve been here, it’s something I realize is inescapable, and it’s something that delves much deeper than a comm... read more  

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Watching this Cisco video on the Internet of Everything sparked a flurry of ideas and a bit of daydreaming. Take a moment to watch it yourself. Intriguing, yes? The waking up of everything. An interesting debate could take place around the idea that the Internet will wake thin... read more  

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The Food Marketing Institute is a show blending food packaging equipment, food innovations, ingredients and plenty of people who are interested in a conversation with Capsule. We discovered a number of interesting innovations and other amusements in our wanderings. The following ... read more  

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