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In just about every lecture, slide show or presentation I’ve given for the past couple of years I’ve referenced Pew’s numbers on tablet adoption. I’m always amazed when technology makes a sharp shift. First it was smartphones, now tablets.
Let’s face it, if you are going to commit time, and expenses, to travel to a user conference, or send employees, expectations are going to be high. Based on the ExactTarget Connections pre-conference alone, the expected 6000 attendees will have their expectations exceeded.
Uncertainty seems certain as the world seems to be changing in the blink of an eye. Social is a huge part of the uncertainty and the pace of change in business, politics and our personal lives. Formality is out, social and mobile are bringing on the adoption of more casual communication. Consistency is out, disruption is in. Here are some of the things I’m watching...