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An immediate challenge is to find a suitable economic model to ld users who now co-produce content. Even Singularity University which is at the very high end of technologically driven innovation frames in the main ocmment projects that have a sustainability component or goal. The biggest revolution, of course, is that one-way, top-down communication is a thing of the past.

Our approach is to say: Therefore, this is one of the examples of the hybrid web.

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We no longer simply receive information. But given a choice, they would choose this new world of great possibilities any day. But this recognition is reflected in a paradoxical manner: Then, on the 30th anniversary of the first IBM PC, one of the co-founders, Mark Dean, published an article in which he explained things would now move on.

At the end of our book, we are talking about fundamental data including lle, the data tsunami, permanent connection, mobility, geo-tracking, databases, cloud computing etc.


INTERVIEW – Reflections on a changing world – L’Atelier BNP Paribas

In a nutshell, forms disappear and things are transformed. Social networks are a good example of this hybrid web.

But Piotet and Pisani also want to explain the implications both for us as individuals and for companies. When new technologies reach the final third of humanity, they adjust, innovate and progress.

I think the shift is happening right now. L’Atelier’s very own Dominique Piotet partnered with fellow countryman Francis Pisani to write a book which nicely puts into perspective the biggest Internet trend of the moment.

I think we can try to work over a 2 to 3 years span. These are two characteristics found in China and India.

I am going to respond in a convoluted manner. De cette catastrophe inti All things have a hybrid reality. The former tendency was clear-cut, it was one thing or another, whilst philosophy has demonstrated the opposite for a long time.

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Centre de ressource et de formation des SGDF, c’est le lieu Another expression they are fond of is “webactors. For digital creations services, please check the Digitalarti services site and contact us. Dominique Piotet and I belong to those who think we are going through a rupture phase.

By delivering much bigger alternative we believe that our readers can find the proper eBook they require. They prefer to talk about the “alchemy of the multitudes”. Read the magazine for free online. For French readers, the relevance of the book partly lies in the fact that both authors are embedded in the Silicon Valley, having both lived and worked there for a number of years. It is well known and acknowledged – including in Silicon Valley – that there are other innovation hubs blossoming outside of it, with Brazil being a place mentioned with increased frequenccy.


The concept of innovation must be questionned

But I think this concept ought to be expanded. In truth, there are certain characteristics, both human and geographical, that select pisano innovation. There are two great examples: Chsnge, HP, the world leader in PC production, wants to separate from its computers production unit. I would however like to make a remark on the subject: Today, our duty as citizens is to fight for this very aspect.

The question Dominique and I are asking is precisely this: In five years time, it will become obvious. It may pain us to say it, but not everyone and not everywhere is equally equipped and talented for innovation. For most users, technology has become simple enough that it can fade into the background and simply enable communication and sharing to happen unhindered.

The technology does not guarantee paradise for us. Instead of giving a defini-tion of hybridising, I prefer to explain that it is a way of dealing with information and communication technologies.

Liam Young – “I don’t think there’s anything new or radical about VR”. On the occasion of the conference “Du web 2.