Remember last year said apple watch was said to be three things (NOTE THE IPHONE WAS THREE THINGS ALSO)
1. The world's most precise time piece.
2. A fitness tracker
3. An intimate new way to communicate
Why these three areas?
Well TechCrunch comes close, but doesn't really dig deep enough.
"If you argue the Watch isn’t going to sell or do well, it’s worth pointing out that there are very, very, very few products that allow you to hand someone cash and be given back TIME."
"This will be the Apple Watch metric to track: time saved."
1. Why time???
The idea that we can each mine/create time it is the suffering that people feel. The suffering I talk about when I say people are suffering every day because of tech.
The perception that we can create more time, or more dangerous, optimize our time (everything around it, connected to it) is a falsehood.
Computer system clocks can be optimized, light can be refocused, sound slowed, speed is not constant. Only in altered states of mind (theta waves) can we actually experience the loss of time (Mindfulness / contemplation)
In all other states of mind, our limbic system (hunting, breeding) is in charge.
Hence why I have been so focused on time over data since fall.
My suffering was related to my in ability to efficiently get myself out of a depression connected to life changes.
Being with those life changes in deepened states actually helped me move through them.
The largest hole in my theory is a problem I have yet to solve.
The faster your acceptance of the current moment is directly increases the velocity of the impermanence of the moment.
This is a difficult organic math issue.
On one hand, this is very efficient and causes rapid brain and genetic changes that are lasting, on the other hand the velocity of these changes can be unsettling to the parts of the brain that want to bond to others.
Bonding to others creates heavy drag on impermanence.
Any time we attach to others, we increase our need to control time.
Time can only be mastered by letting the world burn and surrendering to your uselessness.
Awakening is divide by zero.
2. Why Fitness?
Because you don't wear tech, tech wears you. You don't use software, software uses you. You're identity and behavior are a platform. The devices are NOT the platform your biological behavior is the platform.
3. Intimate new way to communicate?
Communication networks are the most valuable properties on the internet. Ephemeral networks are even more valuable. What's more valuable than the drawings, sounds and heart beats between you and your family? Nothing. What's more intimate than the way you pay for groceries? What's more intimate than connecting your behavior to your home for automation? HomeKit and health kit were designed for each other.
It's no accident apple released apple watch, iOS 8 with health kit and apple pay together. What you will hear in a few hours will match everything I"m telling you here now.
Og så beder Philips om 450 kr for en tap mod en gammeldags stikkontakt til 89. Og jow, der skal ikke en gang sluttes strøm til den! Det sidste taler for sig selv...
Want to turn on the bedroom light? Sure, just pick up your smartphone, enter the unlock code, hit your home screen, find the Hue app, and flick the virtual switch. Suddenly, the smart home has turned a one-push task into a five-click endeavor, leaving Philips in the amusing position of launching a new product, Tap, to effectively replicate the wall switches we always had.
Better to let parts of the corporation fade and die and instead grow entire new parts on a sort of organisational petri dish with the right growth material.
#innovation #disruptivechange #strategy
Så har vi dyppet Emils ESC i Plasti Dip. Den skal nok have et lille dyp mere om 20 min. Tror ikke, at det klogt at indkapsle den store kapacitator, men tror på den anden side heller ikke, at den kan tåle vand.
- Deloitte Touche TohmatsuManager, 2012 - present
- Danish Defence IT AgencyHead of Section, 2008 - 2012
- Futarque A/SSoftware Architect, 2000 - 2003
- Danish Defence IT AgencyITIL manager, 2006 - 2008
I primarily work with defining it-strategies and implement these in organisations. I'm an experienced project manager, particularly with IT projects and implementation and improvement of governance and work processes. I have over 11 years’ experience, five of which has in the role of manager with staff responsibilities. My field of expertice is organizational evaluation and design, redefining governance, sourcing strategies, multi-vendor management, service management, process optimization, change management, evaluation of IT systems, and service catalogs.
- University of AalborgComputer Science and Mathematics, 1993 - 2000
- Hals Skole1981 - 1990
- Aalborg Katedralskole1990 - 1993
- Danish Armed ForcesOfficer af reserven, 2003 - 2005