In an environment where the consumer is in control of their data, their relationship with business will be far less antagonistic.
Pervasive gaming guru Kevin Slavin, discusses how smart technology is humanizing our possessions and making us depend on them in a very personal way.
The anthropologist will give us a briefing on the ideas in his forthcoming book 'Culturematic,' which examines a new species of ingenuity.
Fashion entrepreneur finds that the internet not only changed the way he retails and markets, it reinvented his business.
Artist-designer Laurie Rosenwald shares her thoughts on making mistakes on purpose, creating chaos, the invention of Velcro and the futility of trying to be creative.
Fashion Collective's founding editor Elizabeth Schofield was in attendance at PSFK's flagship event last Friday and she reports on the inspiration provided by the speakers.
John Dimatos will be one of the speakers at our upcoming PSFK Conference 2010, taking place on April 9th. John is a Resident Researcher at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program and will be teaching 'Designing for UNICEF' in the fall.
Grant McCracken will be one of the speakers at our upcoming PSFK Conference 2010, taking place on April 9th. Grant is an author, teacher and anthropologist who studies the intersection of culture and commerce.