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Daniel A Burrus
Daniel A Burrus
Daniel Burrus, Technology Futurist and Keynote Speaker on Business Trends, Technology and Future Trends. Author of the best-selling book, Flash Foresight.
 
Apr. 30, 2012 4:53 pm
The recent recession forced many people out of jobs and back to the classroom to learn new skills. As a result, we now have an impending student loan debt crisis . Current reports show that U.S. student loan debt is surging above one trillion dollars , surpassing credit card and auto loan debt. Additionally, the majority (80 percent) of student loans are government-guaranteed, with 30 percent...  Read More
Apr. 18, 2012 1:33 pm
The most recent CNBC All-America Economic Survey revealed that at least half of all U.S. households own at least one Apple product. In other words, there are more than 55 million American homes with at least one iPhone, iPad, iPod, or Mac computer. The actual breakdown is interesting: Just as many Americans between ages 18 and 34 count themselves among Apple users as those ages 35 to 49 (63...  Read More
Apr. 12, 2012 2:51 pm
According to the Newspaper Association of America , 2011 was not a good year for newspaper advertising , with total revenue down 7.3%—almost $2 billion, and a percentage point more than the previous year’s loss. To be blunt, that’s not surprising. In fact, what is surprising is that it was only down that much. Let’s face it, the newspaper publishers still haven’t quite understood how to...  Read More
Apr. 5, 2012 9:33 am
When the Worldwide Web first started—what we call Web 1.0—it was all about search and having access to information. It’s when we used the web as an Information Age tool, for our Information Age world. Today, it’s all about Web 2.0, where the key activities are sharing and communicating, rather than just informing. I wrote about this in my 1993 book Technotrends , where I talked about how the...  Read More
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