WSJ want to bring the threat of Augmented Reality to brand managers savvy enough to keep up with new products being offered by companies like Layar. But what threat is there really, if the market uptake of Augmented Reality is so small, and the information store so much like a typical social networking stovepipe, ala Facebook? It is an interesting story so I encourage you to read the WSJ article about a squatter in the Layar domain. Read On:
Apart from making friends/connections and advertising your skills and interests, LinkedIn collects data on all the traffic through their pages. What better way to see what jobs skills are popular and being consumed by potential employers within the LinkedIn Universe. Better than job numbers that’s for sure.