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So... what is the future?

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A slideshow from a talk I gave about what will the future of the Internet will be.

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So... what is the future?

  1. 1. But where are we atm? Lets think about the JustGiving process from an external point of view.
  2. 2. Last diagram is misleading. 5 1 2 3 4
  3. 3. This is what should be happening...
  4. 4. A real information super highway.
  5. 5. “Our life is half natural and half technological. Half-and-half is good. You cannot deny that high-tech is progress. We need it for jobs. Yet if you make only high-tech, you make war. So we must have a strong human element to keep modesty and natural life.” (Nam June Paik), (1932 - 2006)(July 20, 1932 - January 29, 2006)
  6. 6. Why is the future important for JustGiving… For us?
  7. 7. To work smarter By Rasputern (http://www.flickr.com/people/rasputern/) http://www.flickr.com/photos/rasputern/3462874340/
  8. 8. To educate charities & users as the pros Kai Chan Vong (me) http://www.flickr.com/photos/kaichanvong/4160370053/
  9. 9. Cross branding.
  10. 10. http://www.flickr.com/photos/thehacksaw/ Know what the competition will do
  11. 11. Be ahead of the competition
  12. 12. • OpenID
  13. 13. • OpenID • New GUIs
  14. 14. • OpenID • New GUIs • Programming languages
  15. 15. • OpenID • New GUIs • Programming languages • Patterns
  16. 16. • OpenID • New GUIs • Programming languages • Patterns • Lastly... top secret!
  17. 17. OpenID
  18. 18. OpenID Open ID saw 1 billion accounts enabled in 2009. Participating companies included Yahoo!, PayPal, Google, Equifax, WordPress, AOL, VeriSign, Acxiom, Citi, Privo and Wave Systems,Sears, Kmart, Universal Music Group (200+ Interscope, Geffen, A&M labels and artists), FoxNews, EMI, TwitterFeed, RedPlum, Savings.com, DC Shoes, CitySearch, Zappos, Nike, Microsoft, Mint, Nokia, Random House, Sony BMG, Café Press, TweetDeck, ViewPoints, Qype, Scout24 (Deutsche Telecom), Avro, Associated Northcliffe Digital, Smart.fm, Hokkaido Television Broadcasting, OnGen, 2-han.net, Nikko Hotels, ClipCast, Facebook etc
  19. 19. OpenID Open ID saw 1 billion accounts enabled in 2009. Participating companies included Yahoo!, PayPal, Google, Equifax, WordPress, AOL, VeriSign, Acxiom, Citi, Privo and Wave Systems,Sears, Kmart, Universal Music Group (200+ Interscope, Geffen, A&M labels and artists), FoxNews, EMI, TwitterFeed, RedPlum, Savings.com, DC Shoes, CitySearch, Zappos, Nike, Microsoft, Mint, Nokia, Random House, Sony BMG, Café Press, TweetDeck, ViewPoints, Qype, Scout24 (Deutsche Telecom), Avro, Associated Northcliffe Digital, Smart.fm, Hokkaido Television Broadcasting, OnGen, 2-han.net, Nikko Hotels, ClipCast, Facebook etc
  20. 20. OpenID Open ID saw 1 billion accounts enabled in 2009. Participating companies included Yahoo!, PayPal, Google, Equifax, WordPress, AOL, VeriSign, Acxiom, Citi, Privo and Wave Systems,Sears, Kmart, Universal Music Group (200+ Interscope, Geffen, A&M labels and artists), FoxNews, EMI, TwitterFeed, RedPlum, Savings.com, DC Shoes, CitySearch, Zappos, Nike, Microsoft, Mint, Nokia, Random House, Sony BMG, Café Press, TweetDeck, ViewPoints, Qype, Scout24 (Deutsche Telecom), Avro, Associated Northcliffe Digital, Smart.fm, Hokkaido Television Broadcasting, OnGen, 2-han.net, Nikko Hotels, ClipCast, Facebook etc
  21. 21. OpenID Open ID saw 1 billion accounts enabled in 2009. Participating companies included Yahoo!, PayPal, Google, Equifax, WordPress, AOL, VeriSign, Acxiom, Citi, Privo and Wave Systems,Sears, Kmart, Universal Music Group (200+ Interscope, Geffen, A&M labels and artists), FoxNews, EMI, TwitterFeed, RedPlum, Savings.com, DC Shoes, CitySearch, Zappos, Nike, Microsoft, Mint, Nokia, Random House, Sony BMG, Café Press, TweetDeck, ViewPoints, Qype, Scout24 (Deutsche Telecom), Avro, Associated Northcliffe Digital, Smart.fm, Hokkaido Television Broadcasting, OnGen, 2-han.net, Nikko Hotels, ClipCast, Facebook etc
  22. 22. OpenID Open ID saw 1 billion accounts enabled in 2009. Participating companies included Yahoo!, PayPal, Google, Equifax, WordPress, AOL, VeriSign, Acxiom, Citi, Privo and Wave Systems,Sears, Kmart, Universal Music Group (200+ Interscope, Geffen, A&M labels and artists), FoxNews, EMI, TwitterFeed, RedPlum, Savings.com, DC Shoes, CitySearch, Zappos, Nike, Microsoft, Mint, Nokia, Random House, Sony BMG, Café Press, TweetDeck, ViewPoints, Qype, Scout24 (Deutsche Telecom), Avro, Associated Northcliffe Digital, Smart.fm, Hokkaido Television Broadcasting, OnGen, 2-han.net, Nikko Hotels, ClipCast, Facebook etc
  23. 23. OpenID Open ID saw 1 billion accounts enabled in 2009. Participating companies included Yahoo!, PayPal, Google, Equifax, WordPress, AOL, VeriSign, Acxiom, Citi, Privo and Wave Systems,Sears, Kmart, Universal Music Group (200+ Interscope, Geffen, A&M labels and artists), FoxNews, EMI, TwitterFeed, RedPlum, Savings.com, DC Shoes, CitySearch, Zappos, Nike, Microsoft, Mint, Nokia, Random House, Sony BMG, Café Press, TweetDeck, ViewPoints, Qype, Scout24 (Deutsche Telecom), Avro, Associated Northcliffe Digital, Smart.fm, Hokkaido Television Broadcasting, OnGen, 2-han.net, Nikko Hotels, ClipCast, Facebook etc
  24. 24. OpenID Open ID saw 1 billion accounts enabled in 2009. Participating companies included Yahoo!, PayPal, Google, Equifax, WordPress, AOL, VeriSign, Acxiom, Citi, Privo and Wave Systems,Sears, Kmart, Universal Music Group (200+ Interscope, Geffen, A&M labels and artists), FoxNews, EMI, TwitterFeed, RedPlum, Savings.com, DC Shoes, CitySearch, Zappos, Nike, Microsoft, Mint, Nokia, Random House, Sony BMG, Café Press, TweetDeck, ViewPoints, Qype, Scout24 (Deutsche Telecom), Avro, Associated Northcliffe Digital, Smart.fm, Hokkaido Television Broadcasting, OnGen, 2-han.net, Nikko Hotels, ClipCast, Facebook etc
  25. 25. OpenID Open ID saw 1 billion accounts enabled in 2009. Participating companies included Yahoo!, PayPal, Google, Equifax, WordPress, AOL, VeriSign, Acxiom, Citi, Privo and Wave Systems,Sears, Kmart, Universal Music Group (200+ Interscope, Geffen, A&M labels and artists), FoxNews, EMI, TwitterFeed, RedPlum, Savings.com, DC Shoes, CitySearch, Zappos, Nike, Microsoft, Mint, Nokia, Random House, Sony BMG, Café Press, TweetDeck, ViewPoints, Qype, Scout24 (Deutsche Telecom), Avro, Associated Northcliffe Digital, Smart.fm, Hokkaido Television Broadcasting, OnGen, 2-han.net, Nikko Hotels, ClipCast, Facebook etc
  26. 26. OpenID Open ID saw 1 billion accounts enabled in 2009. Participating companies included Yahoo!, PayPal, Google, Equifax, WordPress, AOL, VeriSign, Acxiom, Citi, Privo and Wave Systems,Sears, Kmart, Universal Music Group (200+ Interscope, Geffen, A&M labels and artists), FoxNews, EMI, TwitterFeed, RedPlum, Savings.com, DC Shoes, CitySearch, Zappos, Nike, Microsoft, Mint, Nokia, Random House, Sony BMG, Café Press, TweetDeck, ViewPoints, Qype, Scout24 (Deutsche Telecom), Avro, Associated Northcliffe Digital, Smart.fm, Hokkaido Television Broadcasting, OnGen, 2-han.net, Nikko Hotels, ClipCast, Facebook etc
  27. 27. OpenID Open ID saw 1 billion accounts enabled in 2009. Participating companies included Yahoo!, PayPal, Google, Equifax, WordPress, AOL, VeriSign, Acxiom, Citi, Privo and Wave Systems,Sears, Kmart, Universal Music Group (200+ Interscope, Geffen, A&M labels and artists), FoxNews, EMI, TwitterFeed, RedPlum, Savings.com, DC Shoes, CitySearch, Zappos, Nike, Microsoft, Mint, Nokia, Random House, Sony BMG, Café Press, TweetDeck, ViewPoints, Qype, Scout24 (Deutsche Telecom), Avro, Associated Northcliffe Digital, Smart.fm, Hokkaido Television Broadcasting, OnGen, 2-han.net, Nikko Hotels, ClipCast, Facebook etc
  28. 28. OpenID Open ID saw 1 billion accounts enabled in 2009. Participating companies included Yahoo!, PayPal, Google, Equifax, WordPress, AOL, VeriSign, Acxiom, Citi, Privo and Wave Systems,Sears, Kmart, Universal Music Group (200+ Interscope, Geffen, A&M labels and artists), FoxNews, EMI, TwitterFeed, RedPlum, Savings.com, DC Shoes, CitySearch, Zappos, Nike, Microsoft, Mint, Nokia, Random House, Sony BMG, Café Press, TweetDeck, ViewPoints, Qype, Scout24 (Deutsche Telecom), Avro, Associated Northcliffe Digital, Smart.fm, Hokkaido Television Broadcasting, OnGen, 2-han.net, Nikko Hotels, ClipCast, Facebook etc
  29. 29. OpenID Open ID saw 1 billion accounts enabled in 2009. Participating companies included Yahoo!, PayPal, Google, Equifax, WordPress, AOL, VeriSign, Acxiom, Citi, Privo and Wave Systems,Sears, Kmart, Universal Music Group (200+ Interscope, Geffen, A&M labels and artists), FoxNews, EMI, TwitterFeed, RedPlum, Savings.com, DC Shoes, CitySearch, Zappos, Nike, Microsoft, Mint, Nokia, Random House, Sony BMG, Café Press, TweetDeck, ViewPoints, Qype, Scout24 (Deutsche Telecom), Avro, Associated Northcliffe Digital, Smart.fm, Hokkaido Television Broadcasting, OnGen, 2-han.net, Nikko Hotels, ClipCast, Facebook etc
  30. 30. Future interfaces iTablets
  31. 31. Future interfaces The Wii iTablets
  32. 32. Future interfaces The Wii The iPhone iTablets
  33. 33. Future interfaces The Wii The iPhone Augmented reality iTablets
  34. 34. Future interfaces Project Natal. The Wii The iPhone Augmented reality iTablets
  35. 35. Future interfaces Project Natal. The Wii The iPhone Augmented reality iTablets
  36. 36. Future interfaces Project Natal. The Wii The iPhone Augmented reality iTablets
  37. 37. Future interfaces Project Natal. The Wii The iPhone Augmented reality iTablets
  38. 38. Programming languages
  39. 39. Programming languages This means things can be easier in the long term.
  40. 40. Programming languages This means things can be easier in the long term. Normally easier... means difficult in the short term.
  41. 41. Programming languages This means things can be easier in the long term. Normally easier... means difficult in the short term. HTML5. Microformats. CSS3. Machine tags. Progressive enhancement. MVC. jQuery.
  42. 42. Photo site. eg. Flickr
  43. 43. Photo site. eg. Flickr
  44. 44. Photo site. Music event site eg. Flickr eg. LastFM
  45. 45. Photo site. (Mashup mechanism) Music event site eg. Flickr eg. LastFM
  46. 46. Photo site. (Mashup mechanism) Music event site eg. Flickr eg. LastFM
  47. 47. Photo site. (Mashup mechanism) Music event site eg. Flickr eg. LastFM
  48. 48. Photo site. (Mashup mechanism) Music event site eg. Flickr eg. LastFM
  49. 49. Photo site. (Mashup mechanism) Music event site eg. Flickr eg. LastFM Normal human tags
  50. 50. Photo site. (Mashup mechanism) Music event site eg. Flickr eg. LastFM Normal human tags
  51. 51. Photo site. (Mashup mechanism) Music event site eg. Flickr eg. LastFM Normal human tags machine tags
  52. 52. Photo site. (Mashup mechanism) Music event site eg. Flickr eg. LastFM Normal human tags machine tags
  53. 53. Photo site. (Mashup mechanism) Music event site eg. Flickr eg. LastFM Normal human tags machine tags
  54. 54. Patterns.
  55. 55. Patterns. Mega important
  56. 56. Patterns. Mega important Standardise our file naming structures Standardise our folder naming structures Work as one
  57. 57. The future is...
  58. 58. The future is... information: . Internally. Personal. an addiction. Meeting & greeting. Reading. Thinking. Doing. Overload. Stimulate. Recreate. Assimilate. Evolve. Discuss. Externally. Digress.
  59. 59. The future is... information: . Internally. Personal. an addiction. Meeting & greeting. Reading. Thinking. Doing. Overload. Stimulate. Recreate. Assimilate. Evolve. Discuss. Externally. Digress. so later you should watch this....
  60. 60. • OpenID is secure information • New interfaces are ways of accessing information • Programming is doing something with information • Patterns is consistant information
  61. 61. What should JustGiving… take away from this?
  62. 62. Think. Walk. Run. Think about the problem from the most basic/nebulous level of information available What do people need? What do people do? What do people like.
  63. 63. Think. Walk. Run. Think about the problem from the most basic/nebulous level of information available What do people need? What do people do? What do people like.
  64. 64. I need this. What kind of information is it? What do they need doing with it?
  65. 65. Realising classification http://www.flickr.com/photos/petebackwards/296785382/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/mathomas/434192885/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/davegray/355002597/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/christiansvaneskolding/369643196/
  66. 66. Realising classification To see and realise how information will grow in the future, you can: http://www.flickr.com/photos/petebackwards/296785382/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/mathomas/434192885/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/davegray/355002597/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/christiansvaneskolding/369643196/
  67. 67. Realising classification To see and realise how information will grow in the future, you can: 1. Understand the landscape(s) 2. See the basic attributes of things 3. Sketch it all out 4. Collaborate 5. Start again http://www.flickr.com/photos/petebackwards/296785382/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/mathomas/434192885/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/davegray/355002597/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/christiansvaneskolding/369643196/
  68. 68. Realising classification To see and realise how information will grow in the future, you can: 1. Understand the landscape(s) 2. See the basic attributes of things 3. Sketch it all out 4. Collaborate 5. Start again http://www.flickr.com/photos/petebackwards/296785382/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/mathomas/434192885/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/davegray/355002597/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/christiansvaneskolding/369643196/
  69. 69. Realising classification To see and realise how information will grow in the future, you can: 1. Understand the landscape(s) 2. See the basic attributes of things 3. Sketch it all out 4. Collaborate 5. Start again http://www.flickr.com/photos/petebackwards/296785382/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/mathomas/434192885/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/davegray/355002597/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/christiansvaneskolding/369643196/
  70. 70. Realising classification To see and realise how information will grow in the future, you can: 1. Understand the landscape(s) 2. See the basic attributes of things 3. Sketch it all out 4. Collaborate 5. Start again http://www.flickr.com/photos/petebackwards/296785382/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/mathomas/434192885/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/davegray/355002597/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/christiansvaneskolding/369643196/
  71. 71. Realising classification To see and realise how information will grow in the future, you can: 1. Understand the landscape(s) 2. See the basic attributes of things 3. Sketch it all out 4. Collaborate 5. Start again http://www.flickr.com/photos/petebackwards/296785382/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/mathomas/434192885/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/davegray/355002597/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/christiansvaneskolding/369643196/
  72. 72. Here are your tools.
  73. 73. Here are your tools. Digg. Reddit. Mashable. ReadWriteWeb. TechCrunch. NFP 2.0.
  74. 74. Here are your tools. Digg. Reddit. Mashable. ReadWriteWeb. TechCrunch. NFP 2.0.
  75. 75. Here are your tools. Digg. Reddit. Mashable. ReadWriteWeb. TechCrunch. NFP 2.0.
  76. 76. Here are your tools. Digg. Reddit. Mashable. ReadWriteWeb. TechCrunch. NFP 2.0.
  77. 77. Here are your tools. Digg. Reddit. Mashable. ReadWriteWeb. TechCrunch. NFP 2.0. One site, Once a day, One article.
  78. 78. Here are your tools. Digg. Reddit. Mashable. ReadWriteWeb. TechCrunch. NFP 2.0. One site, Once a day, One article. Get addicted.
  79. 79. Delicious Popular
  80. 80. Delicious Popular
  81. 81. Delicious Popular
  82. 82. Delicious Popular
  83. 83. Google it. This is so obvious. Yet so many of us have to be in a searching frame of mind and do not link a question with searching. Google is an information bank, with every bit of information (almost). What is “5+4?” Keep asking Google stuff. ‘Cos it changes and improves and grows.
  84. 84. Thank you for listening • Kai Chan Vong. • http://www.kaichanvong.com • me@kaichanvong.com If you enjoyed this, then please buy me lots of sushi.

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