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SNS Subscriber Edition Volume 14, Issue 14 Week of April 4, 2011

 

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The Next Space

 

 

 

In This Issue

 

 

Feature:

The Next Space

 

Convergent Evolution

Changing Systems

 

Quotes of the Week

 

Upgrades

 

Spherical Memory©, Next Phase

A New Force?

 

Ethermail

 

Takeout Window

 

SpaceX: Falcon Heavy

SNS Opportunities and Licenses

 

Upcoming SNS Events & Media Links

 

In Other House News

 

New Members' Welcome

SNS Positions Open

How to Subscribe

May I Share This Newsletter?

About SNS

About the Publisher

Where's Mark?

 

 

"I always read your essays and follow your events vicariously and find them very stimulating. Today's essay on China ["SNS: Economic Cyberwar: The New Security Mandate"] really nailed it. I'm fascinated by your interests, opinions, and writings. I'll always follow what you're up to." Brent Schlender, writer and former Fortune editor-at-large.

 

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This year's theme for the Future in Review (FiRe) Conference (www.futureinreview.com) is "Technology Driving Global Economics."

 

It's going to be another amazing event, at another fantastic location the Montage Laguna Beach:

www.montagelagunabeach.com.

 

Here is the current agenda (subject to change): www.futureinreview.com/agenda.php.

 

Opening evening will feature a conversation between myself and Richard Marshall, Director of Global Cyber Security Management, Department of Homeland Security, on the subject of "Economic Cyberwar."

 

New FiRe speakers include past Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Richard Myers, Ira Kalish and John Hagel of Deloitte, and Greg McRae of Morgan Stanley. We are in the process of adding several new panels, and you can expect to see another dozen or more new speakers over the next week or two.

 

Ford CTO Paul Mascarenas will be with us to talk about the Ford Co.'s leadership drive in telematics, in-dash content and communications, SYNC and its related technologies, and what we are calling the Revolution in Car Computing.

 

Of course, our Global Energy Partner Tesla Motors and its team will be there as well, with the new all-electric sedan (haven't seen that one yet, eh?); fast, silent cars to drive; and a new 17-inch hi-res dash screen that you'll drool over.

 

Both our headcount and our sponsorships are ahead of last year, and, one should add, Yes, we're having fun. Seats are again limited, so sign up soon: www.futureinreview.com.

 

 

Here are more of the speakers and subjects scheduled to date, with many more coming up in the next few weeks:

 

Rolfe Winkler

Writer, "Heard on the Street,"

Wall Street Journal

 

Tim Disney

Co-Founder and Executive Producer,
Uncommon Productions

 

John Hagel III

Author; and Co-Chairman,

Deloitte LLP Center for the Edge

 

Gen. Richard Myers

Past Chair, Joint Chiefs of Staff,

U.S. Department of Defense

 

Jeffrey Carr

Founder and CEO, Taia Global;

and Author, Inside Cyberwar

 

John Delaney

Professor of Oceanography and Jerome M. Paros

Endowed Chair in Sensor Networks, University of Washington;

and Director, Regional Scale Nodes Program,

National Science Foundation

 

David Willis

Senior West Coast Correspondent,

BBC

 

Marcel Vinay

CEO,

Comarex

 

Glen Dong

Director,

Deloitte

 

Paul Ricci

Chairman and CEO,

Nuance Communications Inc.

 

Justin Rattner

Intel CTO and Senior Fellow; and VP and Director, Intel Labs;

Intel Corp.

 

Richard H.L. Marshall

Director, Global Cyber Security Management,
Department of Homeland Security

 

Leroy Hood

Co-founder and President,
Institute for Systems Biology

 

Paul Mascarenas

CTO and VP, Research & Advanced Engineering,
Ford Motor Co.

 

Bill Phelps

Executive Director,

Accenture

 

William Janeway

Senior Advisor,
Warburg Pincus (Cambridge, U.K., and New York)

 

Mark Zeinstra

Director Infotainment & Connectivity,

Johnson Controls Inc.

 

Darin Stahl

Lead Analyst,

Info-Tech Research Group

 

James Louderback

CEO,
Revision3

 

Sloan Gibson

President and CEO,

United Services Organization (USO)

 

Ira Kalish

Director,

Deloitte

 

Robert Anderson

Director Technology Transfer,
Illinois Institute of Technology

 

Joe Burton

Chief Technology and Strategy Officer,
Polycom Inc.

 

Jakob Carnemark

Senior VP, Mission Critical

Skanska USA Building Inc.

 

Jaidev Shergill

Founder and CEO,

Bundle.com

 

Donald Budinger

Chairman and Founder,
The Rodel Foundations

 

Swain Porter

CEO,

Catalytic Software Inc.

 

The Hon. Richard Guy

Chief Justice (ret.), Supreme Court,
State of Washington; and Full-Time ADR Neutral

 

Christopher Albrecht

Editor,

GigaOM

 

Bruce Kleinman

Corporate VP, Platform Marketing,

Xilinxp

 

Ricardo Salinas

Chairman of the Board,
Grupo Salinas

 

David Rosenfeld

Director of Research,

Williams Jones

Geralyn Dreyfous

Board Chair, SLC Film Center and Utah Coalition for Film and Media;

and Co-Founder, Impact Partners Film Fund

 

Gregory McRae

CTO and VP, Research & Advanced Engineering,
Morgan Stanley

 

Per-Kristian Halvorsen

Chief Innovation Officer and SVP,
Intuit

 

Norman Winarsky

Vice President,
SRI Ventures

 

Jonathan Ewert

CEO,
Codero

 

Philip Nelson

SVP, Strategic Development,

NewTek

 

David Garrison

CEO,

iBAHN

 

Doug Stanley

CEO and Co-Founder,
Ridgeline Entertainment

 

Michael Hochberg

Director,
Institute for Photonic Integration, University of Washington

 

-- and many more.

 

Join us May 24th-27th, at the beautiful Montage Laguna Beach Hotel, and see why FiRe remains "the best technology conference in the world." (The Economist)

 

Register today at www.futureinreview.com.

 

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New Program: "Rising Stars" at FiRe 2011

Bring Your Young Company Stars with You to FiRe

 

SNS MEMBERS: In last year's post-conference survey, many of you indicated a desire to see younger talent joining us. Today, in a brand-new FiRe 2011 *Rising Stars* program, we are inviting senior company members who are paid attendees for FiRe 2011 to register, as their guests, up to 2 young stars from their company, at a strong discount. Your Rising Star guests will have the unique opportunity to experience the power of FiRe, along with up to 200 C-level executives in world technology, finance, telecommunications, government, and more, covered by the highest level of domestic and global press.

 

Space is limited for this new program, so registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. Qualifying Rising Stars employees of your company who are age 35 or under and are not yet registered for the FiRe conference will receive a discounted registration fee of $2,900. (That's $2,000 below the normal rate.) Please register your Rising Stars by contacting Lauren at lauren@stratnews.com or 617-733-5686.

 

We look forward to seeing you and your Rising Stars in May.

 

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Thank you to our FiRe 2011 partners, sponsors, and supporters:

 

 

Global Silver Partners of SNS Events:

 

 

 

 

 

Thunderbird SNS Internship Sponsor:

 

 

 

Tesla Motors, SNS' Global Clean Energy Partner:

 

 

and SNS Communications Partner Nyhus Communications:

 

 

 

 

 

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