“I’m not always right but I often have a point.”
Martijn Aslander looks at the world through a societal and economical lens. He explains the effects of new technologies on society and the economy.
He describes current and future implications of these developments on the networked information society.
He’s a hands-on inspirator who synthesizes much of what is going on in this world, what visionary authors, scientists and thinkers have to say about this. Martijn merges this into a comprehensible picture of what is going on and what it means for organisations, business models, markets and innovation.
Martijn is the cofounder of the collaborative organisation Permanent Beta, and one of the initiators of the Dutch website Lifehacking.nl, a platform for smarter working and living. He also built the world’s largest dolmen, by hand, during the Gathering Stones festival in the Dutch province of Drenthe.