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Slides for my closing keynote speech at Webstock 2010 in Wellington, NZ, on Friday 19 February. I'm very happy with this one - and I spent a lot of time tuning my slides, including inventing *five* ...

Slides for my closing keynote speech at Webstock 2010 in Wellington, NZ, on Friday 19 February. I'm very happy with this one - and I spent a lot of time tuning my slides, including inventing *five* microformats. If you know what a microformat is, you'll know them when you see them.

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  • Dense and Thick Mark Pesce twitter: mpesce mark@markpesce.com
  • Teh Awesome.
  • Te Awesome.
  • The Future
  • Part One: The Golden Age
  • Personally seductive.
  • All things to all people.
  • Part Two: The Silver Age
  • Example One: The Book
  • The focal point.
  • tl;dr
  • It wants to be liberated.
  • Example Two: Beef Mince
  • Essentially impossible.
  • Exceptionally desirable.
  • “When can I have it?”
  • Example Three: Medicine
  • 160 / 120
  • Poison?
  • Precisely backward.
  • An interface to ourselves.
  • A revolution in waiting.
  • Part Three: The Bronze Age
  • Starting from zero.
  • Lights on; nobody home.
  • capability / systems / need
  • From a direction no one expects.
  • The virtuous cycle.
  • Open the door.
  • Thank You! Mark Pesce blog.futurestreetconsulting.com twitter: mpesce mark@markpesce.com