What Will Matter In The Future?
What Will Matter In The Future?
What Will Matter In The Future?                     Stowe Boyd                     Work Talk Research
What Will Matter In The Future?                     Stowe Boyd                     Work Talk Research
Speculative Design                     Not Science Or Art
Speculative Design                     Not Science Or Art
Speculative Design
Speculative Design  This speculative design process doesnt necessarily  define a specific problem to solve, but establishe...
Speculative Design  This speculative design process doesnt necessarily  define a specific problem to solve, but establishe...
Speculative Design  This speculative design process doesnt necessarily  define a specific problem to solve, but establishe...
It is the business of the futureto be dangerous.
It is the business of the futureto be dangerous.
It is the business of the futureto be dangerous.               Alfred North Whitehead
Whatever the Web touches,it consumes.
Whatever the Web touches,it consumes.
The world is changing from solid to liquid.
The world is changing from solid to liquid.
Technology is everything invented afteryou turn thirteen.
Technology is everything invented afteryou turn thirteen.
Jamais CascioTechnology is everything invented afteryou turn thirteen.
The frontiers of the future will be         the ruins of the unsustainable.
The frontiers of the future will be         the ruins of the unsustainable.
Bruce SterlingThe frontiers of the future will be         the ruins of the unsustainable.
The central economic imperative ofthe new economy is to
The central economic imperative ofthe new economy is to              amplify relationships.
The central economic imperative ofthe new economy is to              amplify relationships.
Kevin KellyThe central economic imperative ofthe new economy is to              amplify relationships.
What Will Matter In The Future?@stoweboydstowe.boyd@gmail.com                                     Stowe Boydworktalk.lysto...
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Startupfest 2012 - What Will Matter In The Future?

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We have to have some idea of the world we are headed for sowhat we do will matter. It makes no sense to build a better mousetrap unless there will still be mice to trap. In this session, Stowe Boyd will explore some deep trends to help today’s startup entrepreneurs head in a profitable direction, like these:* It is the business of the future to be dangerous * Whatever the Web touches, it consumes * Technology is everything that was invented after you were thirteen * The next frontier will be the ruins of the unsustainable * The central economic imperative of the new economy is to amplify relationships.

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  • Startupfest 2012 - What Will Matter In The Future?

    1. 1. What Will Matter In The Future?
    2. 2. What Will Matter In The Future?
    3. 3. What Will Matter In The Future? Stowe Boyd Work Talk Research
    4. 4. What Will Matter In The Future? Stowe Boyd Work Talk Research
    5. 5. Speculative Design Not Science Or Art
    6. 6. Speculative Design Not Science Or Art
    7. 7. Speculative Design
    8. 8. Speculative Design This speculative design process doesnt necessarily define a specific problem to solve, but establishes a provocative starting point from which a design process emerges. The result is an evolution of fluctuating iteration and reflection using designed objects to provoke questions and stimulate discussion in academic and research settings.
    9. 9. Speculative Design This speculative design process doesnt necessarily define a specific problem to solve, but establishes a provocative starting point from which a design process emerges. The result is an evolution of fluctuating iteration and reflection using designed objects to provoke questions and stimulate discussion in academic and research settings. Nikhil Mitter
    10. 10. Speculative Design This speculative design process doesnt necessarily define a specific problem to solve, but establishes a provocative starting point from which a design process emerges. The result is an evolution of fluctuating iteration and reflection using designed objects to provoke questions and stimulate discussion in academic and research settings. Nikhil Mitter
    11. 11. It is the business of the futureto be dangerous.
    12. 12. It is the business of the futureto be dangerous.
    13. 13. It is the business of the futureto be dangerous. Alfred North Whitehead
    14. 14. Whatever the Web touches,it consumes.
    15. 15. Whatever the Web touches,it consumes.
    16. 16. The world is changing from solid to liquid.
    17. 17. The world is changing from solid to liquid.
    18. 18. Technology is everything invented afteryou turn thirteen.
    19. 19. Technology is everything invented afteryou turn thirteen.
    20. 20. Jamais CascioTechnology is everything invented afteryou turn thirteen.
    21. 21. The frontiers of the future will be the ruins of the unsustainable.
    22. 22. The frontiers of the future will be the ruins of the unsustainable.
    23. 23. Bruce SterlingThe frontiers of the future will be the ruins of the unsustainable.
    24. 24. The central economic imperative ofthe new economy is to
    25. 25. The central economic imperative ofthe new economy is to amplify relationships.
    26. 26. The central economic imperative ofthe new economy is to amplify relationships.
    27. 27. Kevin KellyThe central economic imperative ofthe new economy is to amplify relationships.
    28. 28. What Will Matter In The Future?@stoweboydstowe.boyd@gmail.com Stowe Boydworktalk.lystoweboyd.com Work Talk Research

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