[fr] Quand on parle du futur, on parle en fait uniquement du présent. Toutes ces technologies existent déjà! Ce qui n'ôte rien au fait que c'est super intéressant 🙂
The theme of LeWeb this year is “The Next 10 Years”. I have to admit I’m always a bit skeptical about all this “future” talk. We always end up talking about the present, when we talk about the future. All this exciting technology is already here, but not evenly distributed, as William Gibson might say. Your future is my present. My future is already somebody else’s present. See what I mean?
That being said, all the stuff that Loïc is talking about on stage right now (intelligent homes, robots, 3D-printed houses, the quantified self, drones, fun new apps…) is very much in my current zone of interest. I’m a geek who loves new toys, even though you wouldn’t guess that if you want through my stuff at home. It’s one of the things that drew me to the web at the end of the 90s: extraordinary exciting things were happening there, and only a comparatively small number of people knew that and were a part of it. I jumped in.
I’ve probably mentioned a few times recently that I feel like I lost a part of myself along the way these last years. I haven’t been feeding my inner geek. I’m hoping to be inspired these next three days.
- I'm at LeWeb'13 [en] (2013)
- Short Post-SHiFT Note [en] (2006)
- Coworking Musings — Why is More Better? [en] (2012)
- Going Solo Venues, Open Stage, and Link Love [en] (2008)
- FOWA: The Future of Presence (Felix Petersen & Jyri Engeström) [en] (2007)
- The Wisdom of Small Changes: Incrementally Reclaiming My
Flat [en] (2009)
- Being a Digital Freelancer in the Era of Context Collapse [en] (2016)
- LeWeb13: Brady Forrest [en] (2013)
- Business Thoughts [en] (2008)
- I'm Home [en] (2011)