Phil - Thanks for the cool post. I was a little under-the-weather and so the "song" was not belted out with as much gusto as I should have given it. The lyrics of the song were, "Its all about the Platform, 'bout the platform - No LMS. (repeat). I'mbingining services back... I'm bringing 'best-of-breed'-back.." I was not so much thinking of you and Michael as "futurists" - most of your predictions are the next 1-2 years and mostly focused on seeing emergent things already in the marketplace. Richard N. Katz's video from 2006 was a delightful "Science Fiction Prototyping" exercise which in retrospect is surprisingly Nostradamus-like. I won't give that keynote talk again until 2020 when we can look back at all his predictions retrospectively.
By Phil HillMore Posts (298) At today’s Learning Analytics and Knowledge 2015 conference (#LAK15), Charles Severance (aka Dr. Chuck) gave the morning keynote organized around the theme of going back in time to see what people (myself and Richard Katz … Continue reading →
If Edu2025 was produced late 2011 or early 2012, then in a sense he has predicted (Nostradamus-style) both the birth and death of Google Glass as well as the emergence and ultimate failure of Microsoft's HoloLens and the emergence of what comes next. Which is pretty clever.
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