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“The customers are giving us their money, and it’s our job to turn that money into joy.”
–Reed Hastings – CEO of NetFlix
Soundbyte from A16Z podcast (episode here).
it’s kind of fun to watch things get “disrupted” really fast.
In my lifetime some memorable things I’ve seen disrupted or replaced were:
There’s usually some “outrage” in the beginning of any disruption (“But encyclopedias are an institution! You can’t replace them with this “computer” thing!”), then in like 6 months no gives a shit anymore because the new technology is soooo much better and everything adapts in short order. I
Every single one of those “disruptions” I witnessed allowed humans to be more productive, lead better and more fun lives, and allowed people who previously couldn’t afford something (such as being able to store gigabytes of information) completely accessible.
As I get older I think the thing that will leave me behind is virtual worlds. By the time VR/AR is prime-time ready I’ll be at least 40+. For me it will be a novelty, and I would use it a bit, but the kids being born at that time will just THINK THIS IS THE WAY YOU LIVE. They will likely grow in some sort of hybrid real/virtual world where they can “travel to space” from the safety of their home or talk to their friends like they’re in the room.
Just like kids now just expect TV’s to be thin, and phones to be these durable pieces of glass you can play with and access any information, the kids of the future will “see” and experience the world in different (and way cooler) way.
End rant :)