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.
What will mobile mean for businesses in a world where there are at least a trillion embedded computers—where consumers actually live IN the information? Register for a webinar presented by Mickey McManus with the Mobile Marketing Association on October 17th for a discussion of the rise of “T-Commerce” and its potential impact on mobile marketers.
Big Think’s Chief Economist, Daniel Altman, finds the power of the microprocessor at the heart of Trillions, calling it “the most prescient and influential book you read this year.”
In a world with trillions of embedded computers, utilities and policy-makers will have to think beyond the smart grid to a system whose enormity we’re just starting to contemplate. Mickey McManus will explore the ramifications of a trillion node network as the keynote speaker at GridWeek 2012’s Taming Complexity general session.
Authors investigate the ramifications of a network whose scale and complexity will dwarf that of today’s Internet.
What does digital word-of-mouth marketing look like in a massively connected world, where your laundry talks to your washing machine and can influence point of purchase decision-making? Mickey McManus will sit down for an interview with Christine Osekoski, publisher of Fast Company, at AdWeek’s inaugural Under the Influence Summit in New York on October 1, 2012 to talk Trillions.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette talks to Trillions co-authors Pete Lucas, Joe Ballay and Mickey McManus about the future of computing.
MAYA CEO Mickey McManus tells the Tribune-Review, “[Trillions] is not really about technology and computers so much as the complexity that comes from those things for everyday people.”
MAYA co-founder and principal Pete Lucas will present a lecture called “Information Ecology, Design, and the age of Trillions” at Carnegie Mellon University’s Human-Computer Interaction Institute on September 26, 2012.