The Future at Work - with Joshua-Michéle Ross
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Join O'Reilly's Joshua-Michéle Ross as he talks with thought leaders and trendspotters operating at the intersection of technology, business and culture.
|1||VideoVideo: Roger Magoulas on The Next Device||I recently sat down with Roger Magoulas, Director of Research at O'Reilly to talk about what he is paying attention to these days. I thought we would do a single, quick segment for Radar. I was mistaken. I have broken out the interview into several parts and will release them weekly... Call it Wednesdays with Roger. This episode touches on new devices that will shape how we work and get things done in the future including Pico projectors and OLED screens.||12/2/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|2||VideoParticipatory Sensing – An Interview with Deborah Estrin||While the iPhone doesn’t ship nearly as much as its humbler brethren - the iPhone opened up many minds about the potential of phones to do a whole lot more than talk. In that regard it is a peek into the future. The iPhone is a rich portable computer with onboard sensors. Specifically, it is a location-aware (GPS), motion-aware (accelerometer),...||10/29/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|3||VideoJohn Hagel on The Social Web||I am releasing my conversation with John Hagel in three segments. In the first segment we discussed the real-time web. Here we discuss the move from the information web to the Social Web. John makes the point that the rise of the Social Web feels “a bit like Back to the Future” for people who have a long history with...||10/24/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|4||VideoAbandon Stocks, Embrace Flows – A Conversation with John Hagel||This interview covers three “Big Shifts” that have dominated 2009 (1) The move to the real-time web, (2) the move from the information web to the Social Web and (3) the rise of mobile. Since John co-chairs Deloitte’s Center for the Edge I wanted to get his take on each in terms of its impact on larger organizations. This first video covers the Real-Time Web.||10/23/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|5||VideoSecurity and Data Risk in the Age of Social Networks||Over the past four years we have seen an explosion in the volume of personally identifiable information (PII) online as social software and user generated content have allowed millions of people to create, manage and share their data in the cloud. While the rewards have been pretty clear (lower barriers to participation and collaboration) the risks have not been understood...||2/6/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
|6||Video“Technology is the 7th Kingdom of Life” – A conversation with Kevin Kelly||Kevin Kelly doesn’t need much in the way of introduction to Radar readers. He is a big thinker looking at the intersection of biology, technology and culture. Kevin gave a great High Order Bit at the Web 2.0 Summit and I caught up with him afterward. This interview covers: The impact of the web on our recent elections The rich...||11/24/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
|7||VideoOnline Communities: The Tribalization of Business||Recently I spoke with Francois Gossieaux of Beeline Labs about the role of online communities in the enterprise. Francois has been evangelizing the learning gained from his recent study “The Tribalization of Business” (see here for the Slideshare presentation). The interview is broken into three parts. Francois is a great storyteller, bringing case studies in to support nearly every point....||11/12/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
|8||VideoTechnology, Politics and Democracy||Recently I spoke with Jascha Franklin-Hodge, CTO and co-founder of Blue State Digital about how technology is affecting politics and democracy in the U.S. Blue State Digital was born out of Jascha's experience helping Howard Dean’s seminal run for the White House in ’04. and is the technology and strategic services company powering Barack Obama (and many other Democratic leaders...||10/20/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
|9||VideoCustomer Service is the New Marketing: Interview with Lane Becker||The Internet changes the power relations between companies and customers. Social technologies like blogs, social networks, ratings and reviews etc. allow customers to share experiences; good and bad to the 1.4 billion people on the Internet. Zappos exemplifies the positive benefits of extraordinary customer service while Comcast shines a light on the perils of getting it wrong. Lane (co-founder of...||10/1/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
Internet and social media tools such as Twitter and Facebook allowed us to follow and learn from most knowledged and experienced executives of every industry. With emphasis in social media, O'Reilly Meida publishes another great Tech News series here via podcast through iTune. Learning is fun and exciting. I am expecting many more great interviews and videos from this channel.