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Twenty Reflections on Electronic Culture
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Twenty Reflections on Electronic Culture

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Our reflections on electronic culture through the looking glass of CES 2011

Our reflections on electronic culture through the looking glass of CES 2011

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  • 1. Twenty Reflections
    On Electronic Culture
    through the looking glass of CES 2011
  • 2. CONTENT IS A BYPRODUCTOF LIFE
    screens become new windows
    DIY
    THE SCREENS ARE GETTING SLIMMER
    THE SOUND IS GETTING FATTER
  • 3. Electronic
    strength is
    diminishing
    physical weakness
  • 4. THE TABLET WARS HAVE BEGUN
    OLD
    MODELS
    ARE EVOLVING
    NEW
    MODELS
    ARE RISING
  • 5. Nostalgic
    Organic
    Synthetic
    Analog
    Digital
    Futuristic
  • 6. 3D: 2011
    GLASSES: 1950
    THE NEW REALITY IS AUGMENTED
    everything
    is connected is everything is connected is everything is connected is everything is connected is everything is connected is everything is connected is everything is connected is everything is connected is everything is connected is everything is connected is everything is connected is everything is connected is everything is connected is everything is connected is everything is connected is everything is connected is everything is connected is everything is connected
    THERE IS NO OFF SWITCH
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  • 7. Chris Sherrill heads up the business analysis practice at Hill Holliday, expanding creative territory via the tools of capitalism. Chris earned his MBA at the Kellogg School of Management, where among other topics, he studied the role of technology in emerging markets. Prior to joining Hill Holliday, Chris worked with MIT, Children’s Hospital Boston, American Express, and a handful of other iconic brands.
    © 2011 Hill Holliday

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