Driven to Distraction

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The zen of continuous partial attention. A presentation and panel for the next11 conference in Berlin, Germany.

The zen of continuous partial attention. A presentation and panel for the next11 conference in Berlin, Germany.

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  • 1. Driven to DistractionThe zen of continuous partial attention.next conference 11 - Data Love | May 18th, 2011 | Berlin, Germany | #next11 #int @jeremytai slideshare.com/jeremytai linkedin.com/jeremytai
  • 2. I MAKE NEWJeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytai THINGS WITH THE INTERNET. @jeremytai slideshare.com/jeremytai linkedin.com/jeremytai Truth Dare Double Dare
  • 3. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytai RLY?Truth Dare Double Dare
  • 4. 4 STEPS TO ZENJeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytai 1. Infinite Resources 2. New Behaviors 3. Opt-out 4. Question Everything Truth Dare Double Dare
  • 5. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytai 1. Infinite ResourcesTruth Dare Double Dare
  • 6. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytai Moore’s LawTruth Dare Double Dare
  • 7. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytai AccessibilityTruth Dare Double Dare
  • 8. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytai “ “ You never changes things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” - R. Buckminser Fuller American engineer, author, designer, inventor, and futurist Truth Dare Double Dare
  • 9. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytai Revenge of the NerdsTruth Dare Double Dare
  • 10. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytai The Old ModelTruth Dare Double Dare
  • 11. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytai The New ModelTruth Dare Double Dare
  • 12. The Old ScarcityJeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytai is Now Abundant ces our le res ilab ava Truth Dare Double Dare
  • 13. The New ScarcityJeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytai ces our le res ilab ava available attention Truth Dare Double Dare
  • 14. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytai 1. Infinite Resources limited attention Truth Dare Double Dare
  • 15. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytai 2. New BehaviorsTruth Dare Double Dare
  • 16. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytaiTruth Dare Double Dare
  • 17. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytai The social graph has been described as the global mapping of everybody and how theyre related. credit: Clay Shirky Truth Dare Double Dare
  • 18. You wantto be here Truth Dare Double Dare
  • 19. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytai Old Thinking x Be i New Technology = Fail Truth Dare Double Dare
  • 20. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytai 2. New Behaviors require new thinking Truth Dare Double Dare
  • 21. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytai 3. Opt-outTruth Dare Double Dare
  • 22. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytaiTruth Dare Double Dare
  • 23. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytaiTruth Dare Double Dare
  • 24. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytaiTruth Dare Double Dare
  • 25. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytaiTruth Dare Double Dare
  • 26. WITH GREATJeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytai POWER COMES GREAT RESPONSIBILITY Truth Dare Double Dare
  • 27. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytai 3. Opt-out is the new opt-inTruth Dare Double Dare
  • 28. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytai 4. Question EverythingTruth Dare Double Dare
  • 29. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytaiTruth Dare Double Dare
  • 30. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytaiTruth Dare Double Dare
  • 31. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytaiTruth Dare Double Dare
  • 32. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytaiTruth Dare Double Dare
  • 33. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytaiTruth Dare Double Dare
  • 34. Jeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytai 4. Question Everything answer to yourself Truth Dare Double Dare
  • 35. IMPLICATIONSJeremy Abbett | jeremy.abbett.net | twitter: jeremytai 1. Infinite Resources 2. New Behaviors limited attention require new thinking 3. Opt-out 4. Question Everything is the new opt-in answer to yourself Truth Dare Double Dare
  • 36. NOW THAT WECAN DO ANYTHING,WHAT WILLWE DO? Jeremy Tai Abbett jeremy@abbett.net twitter.com/jeremytai jeremy.abbett.net slideshare.net/jeremytai