Archive for January, 2013

Henry Jenkins interview No Straight Lines | Alan Moore

Link: Henry Jenkins interview No Straight Lines | Alan Moore I got to know Henry Jenkins when I first read his book Convergence Culture, that tipped me into wanting to understand participatory media and communication. And what was driving this explosion of socially orientated cultural

Highlights: Google Self-Driving Cars – Chris Urmson at European Zeitgeist 2011 by zeitgeistminds

Can Banks Delight Customers? – Forbes

Link: Can Banks Delight Customers? – Forbes Banks have often pursued what Fred Reichheld calls “bad profits”. Retail banks still depend on “nuisance fees” for one-third of their earnings.[2] Banks have used algorithms that process the largest checks first each day, so that depositors will

MIPTV 2010 | Gerd Leonhard: Social Media & Entertainment Brands by mipmarkets

futuristgerd: What makes us successful: Futurist Gerd Leonhard at TEDxCollegeBeauSoleil (by TEDxYouth) Hope you like:)

Over the course of this series, we have outlined a case for Breakthrough Capitalism. We successfully move towards our Breakthrough scenario when business, government, community, and entrepreneurial leaders work together to change the rules of the game in the key systems in which they operate.

The Future in 50 Years, 100 Years, 200 Years

By Glen Hiemstra, Futurist.com On January 9, 2013 Discovery Channel Canada broadcast a short interview with me on the show Daily Planet. The questions had to do with developments that I see in 50 years, 100 years, 200 years. I did a lot of thinking prior to the

Trending Again: Emoting at the World Economic Forum

Link: Trending Again: Emoting at the World Economic Forum Bill Clinton made it acceptable and even cool for a guy, the most powerful man in the world, to emote. Emoting became, under Clinton, the mark of a caring leader and a powerful public speaker January

Q&A: Michael Michalko, creative thinking expert

Link: Q&A: Michael Michalko, creative thinking expert We are all born creative, spontaneous thinkers. Then we go to school. We enter school as a question mark and graduate as a period. In school, we’re taught not how to think. We’re taught what to think. January