Getting on a deeper level – by Michael Kogan

Some poets are finding best-seller status by building online followings on sites such as Tumblr and Instagram. “Posting a poem instead of a selfie means you are asking people to engage with you at a deeper level, and that sort of subversion is part of poetry’s tradition,” said Rishi Dastidar of UK poetry magazine The Rialto in his discussion with Michael Kogan.

Trying not to overload – by Michael Kogan

A very interesting new startup called Teraki is looking to address the problem of data overload by managing the amount of information that sensors transmit. “If we don’t put any intelligence at the source of the information, it is going to collapse everything,” said Edouard Rozan, the company’s co-founder, in his interview with Michael Kogan. Teraki, which counts the German government among its backers, says it is already implementing its technology with a major car company.