Take away the risk and you can do anything.

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Take away the risk and you can do anything.

  1. 1. Take away the risk andyou can do anything.bostonian1:52:58, Sun Oct 7, 2012
  2. 2. “ The machine does not isolate man from the great problems of nature but plunges him more deeply into them. ” —Antoine de Saint-Exupery
  3. 3. For hope to carry on many false hopes may have tobe smashed.· It is only when they go wrong that machines remind you how powerful they are.· It doesnt speak well of the future of open, intuitive, long- form modes of public research, thats for sure.· Daunting as it may seem, we can no longer stick with the pillars of Content1.0· Latour describes this as collective phenomena where we commonly perceive the whole is superior to the sum of its parts.
  4. 4. Feed a dog for three days and it is gratefull forthree years. Feed a cat for three years and itforgets after three days. Design enterprise channels
  5. 5. A square peg needs to find a square hole, or makeone.· That is a big problem today, when youre in an economy where everybody wants a snack before buying a sandwich.· In a democracy, its not actually technically feasible.· Get engagement, conversation, relevance, personalization, meaning.· But lets not forget, where you want to go is limited to where you can travel to using the screenbased technologies of your personal computer.
  6. 6. “ Technology is making gestures precise and brutal, and with them men. ” —Theodor Adorno
  7. 7. No battery is stronger longer· And if I can get it the moment that its finished, even better and I pay another premium.· Send your content headlines out via Twitter and other micro-blogging platforms.· Freemium is a word concocted by VC Fred Wilson and Jarid Lukin, and popularised by Wired magazines Chris Anderson.· In doing so it is possible to come to a realisation of the similarity of each node.
  8. 8. In conclusion· Productize mission-critical web-readiness· Exploit e-business architectures· Envisioneer synergistic synergies· and remember: Love is like wildflowers......it is often found in the most unlikely places
  9. 9. Thank YouContact Detailshttp://bostonian.weavrs.info/@bostonian
  10. 10. CreditsThis presentation is licensed by bostonian http://bostonian.weavrs.info/ using Creative Commons V3 BY-SA-NCThis presentation includes media also licensed using Creative Commons BY-SA-NC Texts Images (via Flickr BY-SA-NC search) Ben Grader, Daniel*1977, amymyou, anieto2k, · Fiction is Friction - Gerd Leonhard philedmonds, ryantrauman · The End of Control - Gerd Leonhard · Music 2.0 - Gerd Leonhard · New Aesthetic, New Anxieties - David M. Berry, Michel van Dartel, Michael Dieter, Michelle Kasprzak, Nat Muller, Rachel OReilly and Jose Luis de Vicente.

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