In the following video, Russell Wright reveals a brief history of data portability and talks about why the web has changed and explains where it is probably going. Some people say the web is dead, including Chris Anderson in his new Wired Magazine article called The Web Is Dead: Long Live the Internet.
The purpose of the “Unmapping the Web” diagram is to help you “zoom out” and see your business from the future.
The Future of The Future Part 1, 2 and 3 (Unmapping the Web) will help you prepare for the changing internet environment in ways that you may not have considered before.
In Unmapping the Web Part 1 we cover:
1. The History of Data Portability
2. The unmapping of our neurological “body maps” from large mainframe computers eventually leading to the Iphone.
3. The post Iphone technology that is already in prototype called The Sixth Sense, and how it is the “zero point” for body mapping inversion.
4. From the corporate mainframe to the desktop revolution: Where are we going?
5. Find out how the Internet and the Web are different, and how they ran parallel with data portability.
6. Is the Web Dead? Find out what is meant by Chris Anderson’s recent “Wired Magazine” article.
7. What is the future of Iphone applications in general?
8. What is the best way to stay on top of these different mediums, and what is the best way to communicate with your customer during a decade of radical technology and internet change?
9. To sign your company or technology staff up for Theme Zoom certification 2010, please reserve your seat.
(Here is the outline of the white board graphic Russell is using in his talk):
For more information about the Sixth Sense Technology used as the “zero point” in Russell’s lecture, please watch the following video:
Also Vimeo version of unmapping the web part 1: