Archive for April, 2010

Entrepreneurship in the networked society by John Seely Brown

Thursday, April 29th, 2010Following on from yesterday's post on the evolution of media/publishing etc., inspired by Alan Rusbridger speaking at the Law firm OlswangI came across a great address that John Seely Brown gave at Stanford's Technology and Ventures Program. For the networked ...

Alan Rusbridger: 21st Century publishing @ Olswang

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010I went along last night to listen to Alan Rusbridger present at Olswangs Technology+ event. A packed room, listened attentively to what he had to say. The word he used for the future of the Guardian was mutalisation: whereby value ...

The life and death of democracy in the networked society

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010John Keane, has produced something of a landmark text - its scope defies imagination. Taking us through the myriad journeys democracy has undertaken to exist in its present form - Keane also recognises how networked communication puts us within in ...

Language for a networked world

Friday, April 23rd, 2010I presented this slide at the Figaro Digital Conference yesterdayIt's a work in progress, but explores what the language of the world of No Straight LinesThanks to everyone for coming alongand thank you for everyone at Figaro for inviting me

Alan speaking @ sxsw podcast

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The digital you: identity and privacy in the networked society

Saturday, April 10th, 2010Here is a concise 5minute presentation I gave at Mashup recently. Thanks to the guys (Tony and Simon) for inviting me, it was certainly an interesting and stimulating evening. Not that I was surprised, but, by the time all presenters ...

Machines and biology by Andrew Hessel

Thursday, April 8th, 2010A fascinating talk by Andrew HesselAndrew Hessel reasons that Synthetic Biology will be the next big IT industry. In his remarkable talk Andrew talks about the parallels between IT and biology. Andrew lectures Synthetic Biology at the Singularity University and ...

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