Seeing as its my podcast I figure a nice shameless plug (in the form of this special edition podcast) is in order for any one out there that is a member of H+ and why they should vote me in as a member of the board of directors in the upcoming election. Besides the fact that I have the most real world practical experience, the most money, the most resources, my own full time staff and the most passion; the really important point is when I do something I actually do it (unlike the bulk of tranhumanity as a demographic, which is some what dubious to call it a single demographic as pointed out by the demographic study linked below). If you want to see H+ actually do something for real then I have a proven track record of motivation, persistence and execution. Vote David J Kelley (and listen to this special edition Podcast below)…
the aforementioned demographic study on Transhumanism:
for Emmy Awards, Entertainment Tonight and SL1 Launch Keynote
Another great episode of #TiredAllOver on Emerging Experiences in retail and how those will evolve over the next several years, how we build them, what it means and maybe a bit about why brick and mortar won’t die and more. It’s a fun monologue on how technology affects retail and UX professionals now and in the future additionally about how those technologies work together and how they compare with other market trends.
In this episode (my first) I’m talking about the state of my world in the tech industry including new hardware such as the great displays from Planar, Microsoft Surface, Windows Phone, Nokia’s great industrial design, Apples BEST industrial design and their hot new hardware the iphone 5 (I got to touch it… it was good for me…) and the like.
Ah Hello World, the iconic programming metaphor for your first application that is vague derived from a computer science joke from the 1970’s… “Hello World”… WordPress says I should delete this but I think its fun metaphor and a fitting first post so I’m just adding some text… =) soon more um… “Interesting” posts to come… =) and welcome to #TiredAllOver