As conscious computing or contextual computing will rise in future, it will drastically change the way we interact with data/content. You never know an online visitor can be able to enter a website virtually and take a walk through via wearable devices like that of a shopping mall, and with the growing ecommerce trend globally, this very well sounds like a reality. If the current direction of website development is to adapt into an application platform, then 20 years from today, it will require website design agencies to take few steps ahead of it. After all we are going not only to be plopped down with the knowledge and experience we have today, but as human beings we will keep adjusting and evolving as it happens.
When mankind gets to a point where it'll need a catalogue of human emotions, the U.S. version of The Office will do a great job of covering most of them. But don't worry about building one, it's already here. It's called "The Office Stare Machine" and will shoot back any emotion you so desire. It's all delivered by the characters of the U.S. iteration of the comedy TV series, who'll happily (or miserably) break the fourth wall to do their thing. While the website will immediately suggest simple sentiments such as "happy" or "sad," it has a very broad taxonomy (there's 800 of them) of emotions that you can request.
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Amazon has announced that it will no longer block Australians from accessing its US and other international websites just in time for its Black Friday sales. The e-commerce giant started redirecting Australian customers trying to access international storefronts back to the local version of the platform back in July. Amazon said it made the change to comply with Australia's GST collection laws that applied a 10 percent tax to imported online goods worth less than A$1,000 (US$726). After getting a lot of flak from the move, though, the company has decided to lift the ban just a few months later. "As a result of customer feedback," a company spokesperson said, "from [November 22nd] Amazon customers will be able to ship eligible items from amazon.com to Australian delivery addresses."