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 …

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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  • 1. What Will Matter In The Future?
  • 2. What Will Matter In The Future?
  • 3. What Will Matter In The Future? Stowe Boyd Work Talk Research
  • 4. What Will Matter In The Future? Stowe Boyd Work Talk Research
  • 5. Speculative Design Not Science Or Art
  • 6. Speculative Design Not Science Or Art
  • 7. Speculative Design
  • 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. 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. 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. It is the business of the futureto be dangerous.
  • 12. It is the business of the futureto be dangerous.
  • 13. It is the business of the futureto be dangerous. Alfred North Whitehead
  • 14. Whatever the Web touches,it consumes.
  • 15. Whatever the Web touches,it consumes.
  • 16. The world is changing from solid to liquid.
  • 17. The world is changing from solid to liquid.
  • 18. Technology is everything invented afteryou turn thirteen.
  • 19. Technology is everything invented afteryou turn thirteen.
  • 20. Jamais CascioTechnology is everything invented afteryou turn thirteen.
  • 21. The frontiers of the future will be the ruins of the unsustainable.
  • 22. The frontiers of the future will be the ruins of the unsustainable.
  • 23. Bruce SterlingThe frontiers of the future will be the ruins of the unsustainable.
  • 24. The central economic imperative ofthe new economy is to
  • 25. The central economic imperative ofthe new economy is to amplify relationships.
  • 26. The central economic imperative ofthe new economy is to amplify relationships.
  • 27. Kevin KellyThe central economic imperative ofthe new economy is to amplify relationships.
  • 28. What Will Matter In The Future?@stoweboydstowe.boyd@gmail.com Stowe Boydworktalk.lystoweboyd.com Work Talk Research