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  • 1. He who laughs at himselfcan never run out ofthings to laugh atbostonian1:49:21, Tue Aug 7, 2012
  • 2. “ Our technological powers increase, but the side effects and potential hazards also escalate. ” —Alvin Toffler
  • 3. Good things come to those who wait· Next generation advertising and branded content, packaging, bundling, flat rates etc.· It would certainly be impossible to read and understand every web page on the topic.· From EGO to ECO, from Control to Openness, from Domination to Collaboration.· But equally, when considering a new ontology between human and non-human agents it is important to note where common context exists.
  • 4. Life is not a struggle, its a wiggle Exploit social eyeballs
  • 5. A dog that barks all the time gets little attention.· Social interactions have been augmented by the always-on instantaneous hyper connectivity afforded by cyberspace.· Social media and social networking platforms of course all Internet companies, other search engines and portals· Broadcast less to the masses, and start narrow-casting to the ones that actally want you· Equally, we often see investment bankers using gambling metaphors including: "lets roll the dice," "come up trumps" and "what are the odds.
  • 6. “ Technology is so much fun but we can drown in our technology. The fog of information can drive out knowledge. ” —Daniel J. Boorstin
  • 7. Your mind is a gift of time; it will, in time, be still.· Content Monopolies, Rights Cartels and Oligopolies.· Here are ideas for future success in what used to be called Print Media· Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.· In each case the tools are designed with the abilities, inabilities, interests and needs of the human user in mind.
  • 8. In conclusion· Implement visionary solutions· Tag viral folksonomies· Streamline scalable platforms· and remember: It seems the world is divided into good and bad people.the good ones sleep better were as the bad ones seem to enjoy the waking hours much better
  • 9. Thank YouContact Detailshttp://bostonian.weavrs.info/@bostonian
  • 10. CreditsThis presentation is licensed by bostonian http://bostonian.weavrs.info/ using Creative Commons V3 BY-SA-NCThis presentation includes media also licensed using Creative Commons BY-SA-NC Texts Images (via Flickr BY-SA-NC search) *m22, Daniel*1977, SETUP Utrecht, amymyou, · Fiction is Friction - Gerd Leonhard sporkwrapper · The End of Control - Gerd Leonhard · Music 2.0 - Gerd Leonhard · New Aesthetic, New Anxieties - David M. Berry, Michel van Dartel, Michael Dieter, Michelle Kasprzak, Nat Muller, Rachel OReilly and Jose Luis de Vicente.