From Maker to Mogul:The Future of the Maker Movement in Business                                Tim O’Reilly              ...
We started out as a computer book publisher
What We Really Do At OReilly Find interesting technologies and people  innovating from the edge Amplify their effectiven...
O’Reilly Radar Methodology We “watch the alpha geeks” and think about the  futures they are already living in We then lo...
O’Reilly Radar Methodology We “watch the alpha geeks” and think about the  futures they are already living in We then lo...
O’Reilly Media Hardware books circa 2004
Great things begin with smart people having fun...but they don’t end there
Innovation as a four-cylinder engine  Image source: http://www.musicombustion.com/engineering.html
1. Have fun: How cool would it be to FLY?!!??
Have fun! OMG, I could have my own computer!
2. Think big: “A PC on every desk and in every home.”
Think big: “Access to all the world’s information”
3. Figure out how to actually build a business
4. The power of platforms: Create value for others
4. The power of platforms: Create value for others            4
http://www.google.com/economicimpact/
Create more value than you capture
The Firing Order of the Innovation Engine First cylinder: Have fun! Second cylinder: “Hey, we can change the world!” Th...
So where are people having fun today?
Jeff Han, NYU, Perceptive Pixel, at ETech, March 2006
iPhone: June 2007
2005: Seven Miles in Seven Hours
2011: Hundreds of thousands of miles in ordinary traffic
Simple stress monitor becomes much more
“It’s easier to invent the futurethan it is to predict it.”                         - Alan Kay
For More Information   Twitter: @timoreilly, @oreillymedia, @make   Blog: http://radar.oreilly.com   My personal archiv...
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From Maker to Mogul: The Future of the Maker Movement in Business. My talk at the Hardware Innovation Workshop at PARC on May 15, 2012

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    1. 1. From Maker to Mogul:The Future of the Maker Movement in Business Tim O’Reilly May 15, 2012 Hardware Innovation Workshop
    2. 2. We started out as a computer book publisher
    3. 3. What We Really Do At OReilly Find interesting technologies and people innovating from the edge Amplify their effectiveness by spreading the information needed for others to follow them. Our goal: “Changing the world by spreading the knowledge of innovators.”
    4. 4. O’Reilly Radar Methodology We “watch the alpha geeks” and think about the futures they are already living in We then look for trend data that tells us that a particular future is becoming mainstream We do our best to think about possible consequences
    5. 5. O’Reilly Radar Methodology We “watch the alpha geeks” and think about the futures they are already living in We then look for trend data that tells us that a particular future is becoming mainstream We do our best to think about possible consequences
    6. 6. O’Reilly Media Hardware books circa 2004
    7. 7. Great things begin with smart people having fun...but they don’t end there
    8. 8. Innovation as a four-cylinder engine Image source: http://www.musicombustion.com/engineering.html
    9. 9. 1. Have fun: How cool would it be to FLY?!!??
    10. 10. Have fun! OMG, I could have my own computer!
    11. 11. 2. Think big: “A PC on every desk and in every home.”
    12. 12. Think big: “Access to all the world’s information”
    13. 13. 3. Figure out how to actually build a business
    14. 14. 4. The power of platforms: Create value for others
    15. 15. 4. The power of platforms: Create value for others 4
    16. 16. http://www.google.com/economicimpact/
    17. 17. Create more value than you capture
    18. 18. The Firing Order of the Innovation Engine First cylinder: Have fun! Second cylinder: “Hey, we can change the world!” Third cylinder: Build products, business models, companies, and entire industries Fourth cylinder: Maintain your ecosystem: Create more value than you capture
    19. 19. So where are people having fun today?
    20. 20. Jeff Han, NYU, Perceptive Pixel, at ETech, March 2006
    21. 21. iPhone: June 2007
    22. 22. 2005: Seven Miles in Seven Hours
    23. 23. 2011: Hundreds of thousands of miles in ordinary traffic
    24. 24. Simple stress monitor becomes much more
    25. 25. “It’s easier to invent the futurethan it is to predict it.” - Alan Kay
    26. 26. For More Information Twitter: @timoreilly, @oreillymedia, @make Blog: http://radar.oreilly.com My personal archive: http://tim.oreilly.com Maker Movement: http://makezine.com
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