The thought leader brings us insights from his talk at the Future of Entertainment conference at MIT.

My remarks at the recent Futures of Entertainment conference at MIT are now up.  Click here to see it.

It starts slowly.  And I now look at the hand surfing with a little embarrassment.  In this photo, I am captured trying to demonstrate the mutuality of meaning and value.  (My idea of a special effect.)

I was opening up the second day, and Sam Ford has asked me to contemplate what we had heard in the first day.

FoE is always an exercise in severely compromised air traffic control.  The moment you think you have a fix on the array, a new idea, fashioned according to unprecedented aerodynamic properties appears in the heavens, and you have to factor this in.

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