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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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  • You see, back in 2005, when a car named Stanley won the DARPA Grand Challenge, it went seven miles in seven hours.\n
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  • Hardware innovation (keynote file)

    1. From Maker to Mogul:The Future of the Maker Movement in Business Tim O’Reilly May 15, 2012 Hardware Innovation Workshop
    2. We started out as a computer book publisher
    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. 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. 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. O’Reilly Media Hardware books circa 2004
    7. Great things begin with smart people having fun...but they don’t end there
    8. Innovation as a four-cylinder engine Image source: http://www.musicombustion.com/engineering.html
    9. 1. Have fun: How cool would it be to FLY?!!??
    10. Have fun! OMG, I could have my own computer!
    11. 2. Think big: “A PC on every desk and in every home.”
    12. Think big: “Access to all the world’s information”
    13. 3. Figure out how to actually build a business
    14. 4. The power of platforms: Create value for others
    15. 4. The power of platforms: Create value for others 4
    16. http://www.google.com/economicimpact/
    17. Create more value than you capture
    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. So where are people having fun today?
    20. Jeff Han, NYU, Perceptive Pixel, at ETech, March 2006
    21. iPhone: June 2007
    22. 2005: Seven Miles in Seven Hours
    23. 2011: Hundreds of thousands of miles in ordinary traffic
    24. Simple stress monitor becomes much more
    25. “It’s easier to invent the futurethan it is to predict it.” - Alan Kay
    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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