We live in the age of the temporary. In this session we will explore: 1. The history of disposable knowledge 2. The age of ephemeral media 3. Techniques for exploiting and using Ephemeral media in your organization.
We are immortal! Each day we see our friends and family organically cease to function, whereas their digital footprint remains very active. As the first fully digitized species starts to retire or expire from corporate culture, how will we deal with their legacy data.
Chris is back with another of his always engaging, provocative and thought-provoking presentations.
Join Chris and Troy for the most popular IT Service Management radio broadcast in the industry! Always informative and educational, don’t miss out on this one of kind breakfast club session.
We are constantly being quantified. Quantifying your own work while shaping your personal data trail is an essential skill of tomorrow's knowledge worker. This session will focus on the fundamentals of low friction data collection and the ways your data will be used in the workforce of tomorrow.
KEYNOTE - The Human Information System - BYOD, Wearable Computing and Imperceptible Electronics - You are the greatest information system that you will manage, own, or work with.BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) entered the cultural lexicon of knowledge work sometime in the 2000s. While most pundits will give you hours of debate on BYOD, it's pointless babble. BYOD was the cultural canary in the digital coal mine.
Ephemeral Knowledge - the Shift to Disposable Culture - For more than thirty years, IT has been struggling with knowledge management. In an information-rich age, this struggle has led us to the Age of the Disposables.
Theorizing the Web is an inter- and non-disciplinary annual conference that brings together scholars, journalists, artists, activists, and commentators to ask big questions about the interrelationships between the Web and society. We deeply value public engagement, and consider insights from academics, non-academics, and non-“tech theorists” alike to be equally valuable.
KEYNOTE: The Human Information System - BYOD, Wearable Computing and Imperceptible Electronics at The Service Desk and IT Support Show
KEYNOTE: Existence as a Platform - CyborgCamp is a hybrid unconference on the future of humans and technology. Quantified Data - Quantified man talks about quantified things.
KEYNOTE: Citizen Scientist - N of 1, the Me in Little Data. There is a broad convergence happening between technology and the world’s contemplative traditions–and in our particular case with the Buddhist contemplative tradition. We see the convergence happening in the discussion among contemplative practitioners–and in the broader culture at large–about the healthy use of technology.