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Submission + - The New York Times' Kitchen Table of the Future ( 1

bughunter writes: "Matt Boggie, The Times Co.'s Media & Technology Strategist for R&D, demonstrates the Times' screen-top version of a kitchen table. It's based on Microsoft's Surface technology, modified by the Times' R&D Lab to create a Times-oriented user experience that reimagines the old "around the breakfast table" reading of the paper. The prototypes on display at the R&D Lab consider how news can be used, in particular, in the home, woven into the intimate contexts of the morning coffee."
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The New York Times' Kitchen Table of the Future

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  • by MrL0G1C (867445)
    My prediction for future kitchen tables - Most of them will be made of wood and will be wireless (because wood doesn't need wires).

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