[Video] How will we live? Anab Jain challenges us to own the future Paid Members Public
Watch this video: [Anab’s talk](http://nextconf.eu/2015/09/anab-jain-trends-digital-life-2015/) was a compelling, challenging and moving start to the [NEXT Festival](http://nextconf.eu) in [Hamburg](http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/archives/2015/09/hamburg-next-festival.html) a few weeks ago.I’m still thinking about it now. And hopefully,
Claire Enders, Schrödinger's Cat and the death of local newspapers Paid Members Public
There’s a weird triumphalism is the air this morning, as Hold The Front Page points out that Claire Enders’ famous prediction five years ago that half of the UK’s local newspapers would be dead by now [http://www.holdthefrontpage.co.uk/2014/news/editors-blog-why-claire-enders-was-wrong-about-newspaper-closures/] : > Obtaining a precise
#leweb - The internet of the future, and how to make money from it Paid Members Public
Liveblog of George Colony, Chairman of the Board & CEO, Forrester Research talking at LeWeb 2013 The age of the customer We’re in a 20-year business cycle in which successful businesses will reinvent themselves to serve ever more powerful customers. * Customers can price more accurately * They can share critiques
#leweb - Fred Wilson's three trends and four sectors to watch Paid Members Public
Fred likes to think about big macro trends – and how they come together. What are the most interesting opportunities that emerge – and how can they inver in them. He’s less interested in technology then in people, and how they’re going to behave. Trend 1: Tech-driven networks replace bureaucratic
#leweb : The future through Loïc Le Meur's eyes Paid Members Public
The 10th LeWeb kicks off with Loïc’s view of the future… One of the trends Loïc thinks important is meditation! Mindfulness is important, he suggests, taking control of what you want to do. Communities remain important – and creating physical places for them matters. Digital detoxing is happening because tech
Le Web 10 (Dix?) Paid Members Public
Seven years ago – give or take – I was sat on a Eurostar train very much like this one, on my way to the very first Le Web [http://leweb.co] in Paris. I was excited. I’d been blogging for five years, but it had recently become my job, too.
Bruce Sterling: the joy and danger of the future Paid Members Public
It’s a beautiful sunny day, I’m full of cold and I’m distracting myself by reading commentary on NEXT 13 for my work on the conference blog [http://nextberlin.eu/]. The talk that seems to have had the most impact – despite being the shortest – was Bruce Sterling’s.
Ex-Entrepreneurs and prediction failure Paid Members Public
[https://i2.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2012/06/smug-clique-bore-expensive-ticket-holders.jpg] Do entrepreneurs have a sense of the future? Based on the session at Le Web billed as being about the future they don’t have the first clue. When we spend more time talking about Kevin Rose