Archive for January, 2011

It is the people who figure out how to work simply in the present, rather than the people who mastered the complexities of the past, who get to say what happens in the future. — Clay Shirky, from this month’s Fast Company (via christinebeardsell.com) How true!!!

Gerd Leonhard’s latest presentation pack

| Get your Presentation Pack Related articles Gerd Leonhard: The Future of Media: my presentation at ICTQatar (mediafuturist.com) Gerd Leonhard: The Future of IPR and Copyright (presentation at TedX NewStreet London) (slideshare.net) Gerd Leonhard: Dealing with consumer behavior shaped by Social Media (Media Innovation Forum

Futurist.com Blog: Tunisia, Egypt and the Future

By Glen Hiemstra | January 28th, 2011 It is too soon to assess with any accuracy what will be the long-term outcomes of the recent revolution in Tunisia, and the demonstrations growing in intensity right now in Egypt. The implications for the greater Arab world

This is what Egypt’s Internet outage looks like. [via Danny O’Brien] huffposttech:

Build broad app portfolios, publishers told

Found on Reflections of a Newsosaur: “Publishers can’t base their mobile strategies on a single app for the iPad and another for smart phones, warns a thoughtful new white paper from the International Newsmedia Marketing Association. Rather, the study says, publishers have to produce an

Dealing with consumer behavior shaped by Social Media (Media Innovation Forum 2011, Dubai) View more presentations from Gerd Leonhard. Dealing with consumer behavior shaped by Social Media (Media Innovation Forum 2011, Dubai)

Those who can do, those who can’t… teach

TFA Partner Didier Marlier: “My rebellious side fell in love with this quote of G. B. Shaw, brought by  Nick McRoberts. We now have wonderful Enablers “intelligent fibers” shirts (Rhodia FiBras) on which the wise words are proudly worn. There is be a profound need

RSA Animate – Changing Education Paradigms (via theRSAorg)

Gerd Leonhard: Beyond Music – MidemNet 2011 (via midem). Here is the PDF from yesterday’s event at MIDEM 2011 in Cannes, as promised (5.5 MB PDF). More details soon! Check out the Musically blog coverage, and the twitter buzz.