Mobil-nority Report: The Next Five Years in mobile, tablet and emerging platforms

A session at SND St. Louis

Friday 30th September, 2011

4:40pm to 5:30pm (CST)

The Minority Report is here. Iris scanning mobile devices are used in law enforcement. Interactive touch interfaces. Customized, geo-located and personalized content and ads. If we were making Minority Report 2, what would the next 5-10 years include? The future of mobile, tablets and all media is wide open with these new disruptive platforms, business models and cultural changes. We'll end the mobile and table track with a frank discussion about what the future is looking like, from trends to wild guesses.

About the speakers

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Josh Clark

Designer, mobile maven, 11th strongest man in Maine, author of Tapworthy, Couch to 5K creator, sweetheart (@LizaK).

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Steve Yelvington

New media strategist, newsroom change trainer-coach, disruptive influence. bio from Twitter

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Tim Carmody

I write about technology & media for Wired's Epicenter blog & sometimes the magazine. Resident bookfuturist at Snarkmarket. Dad & recovering PhD. bio from Twitter

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Robert Newman

Creative director of Reader's Digest. Former design director of Real Simple, Fortune, Vibe, Details, New York & Entertainment Weekly bio from Twitter

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Regina McCombs

Multimedia faculty, The Poynter Institute, thinking about multimedia, social and mobile things. Recovering Minnesotan. bio from Twitter

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SND St. Louis

United States United States, St. Louis

29th September to 1st October 2011

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Time 4:40pm5:30pm CST

Date Fri 30th September 2011

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  • Tapworthy
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