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SXSW2015 Speaker Spotlight: Eric Ries, Don Tapscott, Lawrence Lessig

SXSW2015 Speaker Spotlight: Eric Ries, Don Tapscott, Lawrence Lessig

SXSW is fast approaching, and we couldn’t be more excited to return to Austin, Texas! Three speakers we are particularly excited about are Eric Ries, Don Tapscott, and Lawrence Lessig. Eric Ries is the author of the book, The Lean Startup. Previously, he co-founded and served as Chief Technology Officer of IMVU. In 2007, BusinessWeek named […]

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How to Draw The Cloud in 5 Easy Steps

How to Draw The Cloud in 5 Easy Steps

Did you know? 1. Around 90% of Microsoft’s R & D budget is dedicated to cloud computing strategies and products. 2. One of the most rapid expansions to the cloud came in 2009, when Amazon was able to launch over 50,000 virtual personal computers within 24 hours. 3. Cloud computing is a rapidly growing solution […]

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Meet the ImageThink Team – Maria Delgado

Meet the ImageThink Team – Maria Delgado

Have you ever wondered, “Who are the people at ImageThink?” “Where did they come from?” “What is their favorite film?” We’re pleased to answer all of these questions (and more!) in the best way we know how: Infographics and Graphic Recording! We’re starting off with our Manager of Finance and Operations: Maria Delgado. Her background is […]

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Fixing Health Care with the New Yorker

Fixing Health Care with the New Yorker

Last week, ImageThink was on hand to capture an important conversation about the future of our healthcare system. New Yorker staff writer Malcolm Gladwell hosted a candid conversation with David Goldhill, the author of the new book “Catastrophic Care: How American Health Care Killed My Father—and How We Can Fix It.” Goldhill, whose father died […]

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Summer Reading Pick: You Are Not a Gadget

Summer Reading Pick: You Are Not a Gadget

Jaron Lanier is a computer scientist and digital age philosopher credited with coining the term “virtual reality” and whose views on the impact of technology on society has landed him on Time Magazine’s list of 100 most influential people in the world in 2010. In 2006, Lanier made a splash with his highly controversial essay on […]

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