You’ve read his blog, The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs, now hear what he has to say about everything else: Will Google rule the world? Is Microsoft doomed? What’s next for Apple?
In CODESTRONG’s morning keynote, Dan Lyons (a.k.a. Fake Steve Jobs) expands upon the world of his satirical Apple-centric blog to answer these questions and to examine the way that profound changes in technology continue to shape our lives, both at work and at home. With the same scathing wit that has become his hallmark, Lyons delivers his own spin to commenting on Silicon Valley. In the vein of The Daily Show and The Colbert Report, Lyons discusses technology as a lively tale of disruption and survival, and helps companies explore new ways to manage communications in an increasingly digitized world.
Lyons is currently the technology editor at Newsweek. In Newsweek’s words, “In the establishment-skewering tradition of Voltaire, Cervantes and Jonathan Swift we now have a voice for our own digital age.”
Watch this bootlegged video of Dan Lyons speaking at Web 2.0 (shot by an audience member).
Hear Dan Lyons live at CODESTRONG 2011, and get 2-for-1 tickets until Saturday 8/20!