hello you.
human brain
14901
terabytes of information
(   550          )
years of DVD video
that is how much information

our brains
are able to store on average.
there is only one ‘small’

problem
our brains are really one huge

black hole
.
black hole magnified
1,00,000,000 times.   * this is actually a
                       micro black hole
A hundred years ago, a human
consumed as much information
during his or her whole lifetime



   circa 1909
as a member of Generation Y
currently consumes in a single
month.
circa 1909   July 2009
we are simply
evolving
survival
 of the fittest
becomes
survival
of the best-informed
we are also (way)
too busy   (no kidding!)
and we want to know
everything
there is only one, other,

problem
Our brains have not changed at
 all during the past century.
Our brains have not changed at
 all during the past century.

               same




   anno 1909          anno 2009
:(
and we fully agree with you:

this sucks.
‘cause you don’t want to be like
this guy
or this guy
or this guy
you want to be
this guy
(we know you do, its okay though)
you want to be exceptionally

     good.
heck you want to be

 great.         right?
how about letting us

help you
meet

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to cram [kræm]
1.    to force or stuff (usually fol. by into, down, etc.)
2.    Informal.
     a. to prepare (a person), a...
to cram [kræm]
1.    to force or stuff (usually fol. by into, down, etc.)
2.    Informal.
     a. to prepare (a person), a...
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network
but a social knowledge
  network
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like any good network, this is

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and only the best are then

accepted
because we have no need for

 18.700.000
iPhones, iPhones 3G and iPhones 3GS
because we have no need for

 18.700.000
iPhones, iPhones 3G and iPhones 3GS
because we have no need for

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  1. 1. hello you.
  2. 2. human brain
  3. 3. 14901 terabytes of information
  4. 4. ( 550 ) years of DVD video
  5. 5. that is how much information our brains are able to store on average.
  6. 6. there is only one ‘small’ problem
  7. 7. our brains are really one huge black hole
  8. 8. . black hole magnified 1,00,000,000 times. * this is actually a micro black hole
  9. 9. A hundred years ago, a human consumed as much information during his or her whole lifetime circa 1909
  10. 10. as a member of Generation Y currently consumes in a single month.
  11. 11. circa 1909 July 2009
  12. 12. we are simply evolving
  13. 13. survival of the fittest
  14. 14. becomes
  15. 15. survival of the best-informed
  16. 16. we are also (way) too busy (no kidding!)
  17. 17. and we want to know everything
  18. 18. there is only one, other, problem
  19. 19. Our brains have not changed at all during the past century.
  20. 20. Our brains have not changed at all during the past century. same anno 1909 anno 2009
  21. 21. :(
  22. 22. and we fully agree with you: this sucks.
  23. 23. ‘cause you don’t want to be like
  24. 24. this guy
  25. 25. or this guy
  26. 26. or this guy
  27. 27. you want to be this guy (we know you do, its okay though)
  28. 28. you want to be exceptionally good.
  29. 29. heck you want to be great. right?
  30. 30. how about letting us help you
  31. 31. meet cramm.in
  32. 32. to cram [kræm] 1. to force or stuff (usually fol. by into, down, etc.) 2. Informal. a. to prepare (a person), as for an examination, by having him or her memorize information within a short period of time b. to acquire knowledge of (a subject) by so preparing oneself. 3. to study for an examination by memorizing facts at the last minute.
  33. 33. to cram [kræm] 1. to force or stuff (usually fol. by into, down, etc.) 2. Informal. a. to prepare (a person), as for an examination, by having him or her memorize information within a short period of time b. to acquire knowledge of (a subject) by so preparing oneself. 3. to study for an examination by memorizing facts at the last minute.
  34. 34. not another social network
  35. 35. but a social knowledge network
  36. 36. this slide originally included a screencast which does not render on SlideShare.
  37. 37. like any good network, this is invite only
  38. 38. members go through rigorous selection
  39. 39. and only the best are then accepted
  40. 40. because we have no need for 18.700.000 iPhones, iPhones 3G and iPhones 3GS
  41. 41. because we have no need for 18.700.000 iPhones, iPhones 3G and iPhones 3GS
  42. 42. because we have no need for 18.700.000 iPhones, iPhones 3G and iPhones 3GS
  43. 43. we are able to build white label solutions for any network
  44. 44. so drop us a line if you need a knowledge superhero for your company.

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