Well, that’s the Olympics in London all but over. Hazel made me miss the opening ceremony by choosing to be born just after it, and she’s made me miss the closing ceremony by dint of being reluctant to sleep.
Ah, well. Sometimes living your own life has to take precedence over watching fit people do sporty things.
Expect exactly no commentary at all on the media coverage of this Olympics… 😉
Ah, I love NEXT. Unlike many tech-based conferences, which are very rooted in the now, they have a remarkable knack of looking about two years into the future, and giving you a sense of what the world might look like then. I’ve been working with them since January, and
There were a couple of interesting, but ill-attended talks yesterday before
lunch, which I wanted to draw together.
June Cohen [http://www.ted.com/index.php/profiles/view/id/13] of the TED
Conference [http://www.ted.com/talks?gclid=CKeB5LjIopACFRRSZwodakfhqw] made some
interesting points about media, and in particular,