The "first light" images are just the beginning. Even at a quarter of its full strength MeerKAT - and ultimately the SKA project - seems set to prove that the sky really is the limit for what we can learn about our universe.
This year, life became one big reality show.
What's new? The first edition was published before the rise of social media. While subsequent editions touched on these topics
Soon, you'll be able to stream your life to all of your friends.
Is turning your phone sideways very difficult? The logical answer is -- no, obviously not. However, the actual answer for most today's mobile video content consumers is proving to be, absolutely, yes. (Or perhaps, "wait, what? I was looking at Instagram and wasn't listening...")
Mobile live streaming has taken the social media world by storm. Apps like Periscope and Meerkat have ushered in a new era of visual social media that is live, raw and authentic.
It was 2003 when I enrolled into the University of Arizona School of Music when I first began pursuing my career as a musician and artist. This also was a time in where the digital age was on the rise in it's earlier stages, which impacted the music industry at large on a catastrophic financial level.
While millennials embrace live-streaming mobile apps and adopt them at record rates, and apps like Periscope report 10 million downloads as of August 2, what does that mean for the rapidly changing face of philanthropy in the digital age?
At the moment, a marketer will encounter varied results from live streams. Some streams will deliver astonishing results while some will have an average response. The reason behind this is the audience you are streaming to.
Parents, let's face it. Our children's social lives are more complex, more challenging and frightening than ever before. The playing field is rapidly expanding and evolving with social media. This brings many benefits such as real time global connections, building social skills, along with increasing risks, creating spaces for cowardly anonymous bullies to taunt and tease their victims.