Hop into your local time machine and travel back to the ’70s or ’80s. You’ll find a world that is completely detached from the digital, internet-driven experience that modern humans are living in. In the impossibly short timeframe of just 30 or 40 years, humanity has changed in a way that will never be undone. We are now more connected, more educated, and more prosperous than ever before. Jason Hope is a futurist who has spent years establishing his reputation for being sharp-minded and focused on issues that are just beyond the bend. Hope is joining many of his futurist colleagues in calling for the enhancement of the Internet of Things. What is the Internet of Things? What is the IoT all about? Let’s take a closer look at the subject. You can find Jason Hope on Twitter @JasonHope for latest updates.
Jason Hope has been a firm believer in the Internet of Things essentially since he jumped out of college and started working full-time in the tech field. Like many other entrepreneurs, Jason Hope is constantly put in front of technology as a means to expand his wealth and help to develop new products that can actually change the world. With that being said, Hope doesn’t believe in the Internet of Things because it is a financially viable thing to do. Hope believes in the Internet of Things because it is the ONLY thing that you can do.
The internet along with surging smart technology has fundamentally changed the world that we live in. From our smart watches which track our location and physical attributes to the smart public transit systems that keep people moving in highly populated areas, the internet has become a life-changer. Hope has seen the signs and he knows that there are more leaps and bounds to make in the coming years and he wants to be there when they happen.
The Internet of Things, Hope believes, can be the most important technological innovation in recent memory. Hope believes that the IoT will become so widespread and integral to our daily lives that any corporations who choose to ignore it now will be doing so at their own economic peril. The Internet of Things isn’t going to be the final frontier for innovation, but it is certainly going to be the most important one.
Jason Hope is a talented futurist with an extensive career as an entrepreneur. He graduated from Arizona State University before getting his MBA from the WP Carey School of Business.
I’m glad that someone else finally chimed in on the bitcoin craze. Shervin Pishevar recently went on a tweet rant that lasted more than 21 hours. He touched on a lot of points, but his tweet about bitcoin has gotten lost. It echoes something I’ve been saying for years.
Proponents of bitcoin like to tout the online currency’s unregulated status. Essentially, bitcoin lovers believe that the online currency is inherently valuable because it is not under the regulatory eyes of any government. Instead, it exists online in something called the blockchain.
The blockchain is simply data that is stored on millions of computers around the world. You probably have some of this data on your computer if you are dabbling in bitcoin. This distribution of data makes bitcoin impossible to hack. It also makes it impossible to control.
Shervin Pishevar does not think bitcoin is completely untethered. In fact, his tweet storm says otherwise. He thinks the online currency will drop rapidly over the next few months alongside the stock market to create another recession. This goes against everything bitcoin proponents love about the online currency.
Shervin Pishevar, like me, knows that bitcoin is tied to the stock market. It has no inherent value. Gold, on the other hand, has tangible value. It’s something you can hold, admire and bury in your backyard in case of a crisis. That’s why gold will skyrocket in value as the economy tanks.
People won’t want to hold their bitcoins when things get bad. In fact, there’s nothing to hold. It’s an abstract idea, and, as Shervin Pishevar says, its value is tied to the stock market. It’s not some independent currency that will sore in value when the times get tough.
I’m just glad that Shervin Pishevar is back. He’s disappeared for a while due to some personal issues, but he’s one of the great market minds of today. His tweet storm marks the return of an investment giant. He was smart enough to invest in Uber early, and he set up his own investment business called Investment company. He certainly knows what he’s talking about.
Whitney Wolfe is the founder and chief executive officer of Bumble, which is a dating app that empowers women by allowing them to make the first move. Recently, she put together a launch party for a product that was new to the brand and spoke about how women are becoming much more involved in the world of business during the party. This is definitely true for Wolfe who has grown the Bumble brand, which now has more than 22 million registered users. The company recently had a $100 million year in sales and is expected to continue to do better and better. Read this article at techcrunch.com to know more.
Whitney Wolfe refused to sell Bumble for $450 million to the Match Group recently and then turned them down again when they offered more than $1 billion for the company. Previously, Wolfe was involved with Tinder as one of its co-founders and vice president of marketing, but she left the company amid controversy surrounding her accusations of sexual harassment by her previous boss. It also came to light, in Wolfe’s words, that Match Group had unfairly stripped her of her co-founder title. She ended up suing the company and was awarded $1 million. While this all took place, Wolfe has commented that she doesn’t feel resentment towards the company or previous boss as she just wants to focus her energy on her work.
After her split with Tinder, Whitney Wolfe decided to startup her own company and eventually created Bumble, which would be a direct competitor. She had help, along the way, from Andrey Andreev, the founder of Badoo, which is an online dating network. Apparently, she had made an impression on him while she worked at Tinder, and he had hoped she would come work with Badoo as the company’s CMO. Whitney Wolfe declined but eventually accepted his help in another way. Andreev became an investor and put up $10 million to help her launch her company. Today, Whitney Wolfe has built an empire through a company that serves women. She is an example to many and an inspiration to all of the women out there who are looking to become their own bosses.
William Saito was one of the dedicated expert workers at the Global Commission on the Stability of Cybersecurity Space (GCSCS) before he opted to pursue personal interests. The GCSCS commission thanked him for the great work that he had done while working with them. William Saito’s expertise and experience in the tech industry led to him being named as one of the 100 influential people in Japan by Nikkei.
Saito began software programming while still in elementary school where he also started his first company. In 1998, Ernst & Young named Saito as the entrepreneur of the year. By that time he was recognized worldwide as the king of the crypto world. He moved to Tokyo in 2005 after selling his business to Microsoft. As a result of his vast experience and expertise in cybersecurity and software, Willian Saito advises governments around the world.
Currently, Willian Saito runs his firm Intecur in Tokyo. One of his greatest beliefs is that a failure is not a negative in life, rather a stepping stone to success. According to William Saito, entrepreneurs who are not willing to take risks are unlikely to succeed in their endeavors.
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In December 2016, Norman Pattiz announced a new podcast on Chris Jericho’s podcast network that is under Podcast One. Norman noted that the podcast would feature entertaining and enlightening conversations involving renowned researchers challenging all your knowledge on ghosts, angels, ghouls, aliens, demons, miracles, and mysteries. The podcast is hosted by radio hosts Dave Schrader and Tim Dennis. New episodes will be unleashed every Monday on the PodcastOne app, iTunes, and PodcastOne.com
About Norman Pattiz
Norman Pattiz is PodcastOne’s executive chairman and founder. Forbes magazine featured Pattiz in May 2016, to celebrate his money making media. Norm has over 40 years experience dealing with radio syndication. He also founded Westwood One, which through his leadership became the largest provider of entertainment, traffic programming, and sports in America. Westwood One also owned and distributed CBS News, NFL Football, CNN radio, Super Bowl, and many other syndicated talk and music shows. In 2010, he founded Courtside Entertainment Group for the production and distribution of quality programming. In 2012, he launched Podcast One and the company is the leading distributor/producer of audio programming. Currently, Podcast One’s line up of brands and personalities includes Shaquille O’Neal, Adam Carolla, Dan Patrick, Steve Austin, Larry King, and Penn Jillette.
In 2000, President Clinton appointed Pattiz to the Broadcasting Board of Governors; 2 years later he was reappointed by President Bush. The Board is in charge all nonmilitary broadcasting in the U.S. including Radio Free Europe, Voice of America, and Radio Liberty. Pattiz was charged with starting and accepting America’s Arabic language TV and radio service to 22 Middle East countries. He also introduced Farsi language broadcasting to Iran and was able to reach out to an audience of more than 40 million listeners.
In 2009, he got the Library of American Broadcasting prestigious award, the Giants of Broadcasting Award. Apart from this impressive reputation in broadcasting, Norm chairs the Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos Security Laboratories. He is also part of the Pacific Council on International Relations.
Norman Discusses His Success Story
Regarding making ideas work, Norman says that implementation is the key. According to Norman, great ideas emerge every day, all he does is assess whether these ideas can be implemented. Regarding the strategy that has made him a success in his business, Norman recommends being the first one in at dawn, and the last one out at dusk. He further advises people to always stay excited, engaged, and busy.