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Are you ready for the next wave?



A presentation by Jim Stolze at the kick off meeting for the Sanoma / Maker Street "Content Accelerator" in Budapest (11/3), Helsinki (15/3) and Amsterdam (17/3).

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Are you ready for the next wave?

  1. A DY E? RE AV OU EX TW A REY EN TH FOR photo (cc) via Jim Stolze - March 2013 - Content Accelerator - Amsterdam Budapest Helsinki
  2. The Hype Cycle is a graphic that depicts public expectations of new and emerging (often not so new) technologies  in the form of a graph.  It is updated  annually  and produced by a research and advisory company called Gartner, Inc.
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  4. photo (cc) via TT HE A ... LOO K VES T'S WA LE MING CO Disruptive technologies seem useless if they don't provide meaningful improvements to our lives. With this presentation I hope to provide context and inspiration for these needed -useful- innovations. The document is the result of clustering some of the world's trendreports, hypecycles, insights from thoughtleaders and many TEDtalks into 5 macro trends, or "waves" as I call them. Disclaimer: The result is higly subjective, not an absolute truth :-)
  5. VE #1 WA S" ORLD KEDW " NA photo (cc) via It's very hard to keep a secret in today's world. This is the result of the rise of the social web, a global call for transparency and the work of old fashion -but decent- journalism. It's like the coffee machine has gone viral.
  7. At some point the anonymity of the internet transformed into a social networking clearinghouse of daily minutiae…and most of us willingly opted in, choosing the ease and comfort of virtual intimacy over a lonely existence of real world disconnectedness. _Scott Lachut This means that brands are naked again. They have to rethink their values, their belief system and communicate this in a authenthic and consistent way. _Jim Stolze
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  9. VE #2 Y" WA OLOG HN E TEC AT "INTIM photo (cc) vi In the olden days, technology used to be something distant. In fact the computer was rather a place where you went to. Because of Moore's law computers became smaller and found their way to our desktops and later even on our lap. The tablet generation proves that our new relationship with technology is more like that with a pet. We stroke it, we cuddle it. We pet it like the house dog. Soon we'll be wearing technology, from 3D printed clothing to intelligent wrist watches and nano-tattoos.
  10. Ten years ago the public reaction would have been that Robocop and the Terminator were not welcome. But slowly we see our approach and appreciation of technology changing. Google is letting us getting used to wearable technology with their project Glass by public appearances.
  11. Marshall McLuhan sees every medium as an extension of some human faculty, with the media of communication thus exaggerating this or that particular sense.
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  15. E? UA SIV PERS so if you look at this new relationship that we have with technology. and you combine this with the stuff we said about useful and honest branding... can we use brands to do more than just be a service, more than just advertising? 17
  16. Frustration Aspiration high involvement Brands can make Brands can inspire things simpler Irritation Fun low involvement Brands can make Brands can make things easier things more fun negative motivation positive motivation Model by Rossiter & Percy. Adaptation by Ingmar de Lange
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  19. @jimstolze SU P! SURF Jim Stolze - March 2013 - Content Accelerator - Amsterdam Budapest Helsinki