Festival of Ideas: SEATAC to NYC and Back (to the Future)
Corporate visions for the future require the “impersonal logic” cited by Andy Grove in his book, “Only the Paranoid Survive.” It was this impersonal logic that allowed Intel to recognize an inflection point and shift its core business to microprocessors.Today, Intel futurists envision a compute continuum where computing exists in literally everything, from cars to coffee mugs. It means blowing...
- The Tomorrow Project Seattle: 10 Norwescon Audience Questions I was among Norwescon’s nearly SRO audience during this weekend’s question and answer panel on The Tomorrow Project Seattle. Intel Futurist Brian David Johnson and Assistant Professor in the Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering (HCDE), Sarah Perez-Kriz fielded smart questions from an enthusiastic sci-fi fanbase. As announced at Norwescon, The Tomorrow Project Seattle [...]
- Science Fiction Meets Science Fact: 5 Things to See at Friday Norwescon I’m a ComicCon legacy, been there more times I can count (still have the con’s Chris Bachalo Sandman t-shirt from 1995). But I’ve never been to a sci-fi convention. So I’m excited to hit Norwescon, Seattle in a few hours. Besides being a premier Pacific Northwest con, it’s also where the Philip K. Dick Award [...]