Mar 29, 2012


One of the most interesting trends in technology and business and politics today is what I like to think of as the generational one. Meaning, what happens when the group of kids who grew up with Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Youtube, iPads, Soundcloud, smart phones, streaming video and music, 1TB hard drives, cloud services, and the like, are in charge and are running Disney, the RIAA, or Time Warner. When they are elected representatives to the House or Senate. When they are principals of schools or presidents of universities. When they are executives at major banks or credit card companies.  When they are doctors or running healthcare companies. When they continue to launch startup after startup.

How will the world be imagined by a group of people defined by being always connected?

I think this generational shift cannot be any more profound than we can imagine in the wildest of scenarios.

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