Thanks to technology, instant, usable, and reliable access to our memories and life experiences means living forever may not be science fiction much longer. Surrounded by a sea of information, how do we weave this “data” into something more than the sum of its parts? Mickey McManus and co-panelists will discuss “Immortality for Fun and Profit” at Techonomy Tucson.
The Pittsburgh Business Times spoke with Trillions co-authors about how companies can prepare for the future of computing.
“The McIntosh is an innovation success story.” No, not the Macintosh computer, but the original brand—the apple itself. Mickey McManus is guest blogger at Techonomy, talking about cultivating innovation, in nature and in business.
Christine Osekoski, Publisher of Fast Company had a fireside-style chat with MAYA’s Mickey McManus in front of an attentive audience at New York City’s Liberty Theater at the Under the Influence Summit. Held during Advertising Week 2012 and available now online, McManus talks about what a future with a trillion computing nodes means to business and the media.
MAYA co-founder and principal Joe Ballay will speak on design issues from the new book Trillions at the Syracuse University Department of Industrial and Interaction Design, in addition to guest-teaching courses in Drawing and Form, October 30 – November 1.
Pete Lucas and Mickey McManus will visit Essential Pittsburgh for a vibrant discussion about the future of computing live on the air at 12:00 on October 29th at WESA 90.5 FM, Pittsburgh’s NPR news station. Join the conversation!
The Ballay Family Fund, launched last year by MAYA founder Joe Ballay and his wife Sue Ballay, is part of a pilot for the Pittsburgh Foundation’s new initiative, the Center for Philanthropy. The Ballay Family Fund supports innovation in public school education with the goal of promoting and realizing education reform.
Princeton weekly U.S.1 profiles MAYA CEO and Trillions co-author Mickey McManus. He tells author Kathy Spring, “We’re living in a pretty amazing world. We’ve gone from a PC on a desk to a supercomputer in a pocket.” And we’re only just at the beginning of the information age.
Mickey McManus will visit Princeton University’s Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education to talk about Trillions and the emerging value at the intersection of technology, business, and design. Mickey will also be stopping by John Danner’s course, “Ventures to Address Global Challenges,” a look at how entrepreneurial ventures can address major global challenges.
Mickey McManus believes that we’re entering a world in which humans will be connected to trillions of digital devices—and his firm is helping companies learn to thrive amid the chaos.