This book is a think-through. It's a meditation on how our ‘operating system’ is in dire need of an update. A global update. It's a consideration of the massive change we are in the midst of and how this will impact every aspect of how we work, play and think. Something big has been emerging [...]
In February, I was thrilled to conduct two interviews with Imogen Heap, the talented and technophilic instigator with a unique vision for a “fair trade” version of the music ecosystem. After overwhelmingly positive response from listeners, we turned our conversations into an ebook. The book itself is a road map for the future of the [...]
What would be a more warm and welcome sight to a city tourist – another geo-clueless ‘ride-sharing’ driver or a native, highly trained black cab? Quite possibly, the realization that it’s got Uber. As an on-demand transportation service, Uber is more than just a household name: it’s the very definition of a glocal enterprise, with [...]
we're out and about. In the world. Working. Anywhere. Surrounded by images, coffee, tools and people we haven't yet befriended. Here in Berkeley at Philz with Todd tweaking our new site. Ooooh.
The collaborative economy is no longer a shiny new model of commerce, but rather in that awkward, in-between, adolescent stage.
SHARE is a two-day conference presented by Peers and SOCAP (Social Capital Markets) that will catalyze the sharing economy. This event brings influencers from corporate, government, startups, and non-profits together with sharing economy leaders to learn, hear new ideas, and find new collaborators on the road to the new economy.
“I think we are going to pull our heads out of our arses just in time”
Lisa Gansky talks about connected and shared resources as part of the TEDxNapaValley 2012 "Connected" event.
CityAge: The New American City - December 3rd & 4th, 2012 - Kauffman Center, Kansas City