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October 24, 201012:59 PM

The World Of Macrowikinomics With Don Tapscott

Episode #225 of Six Pixels of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to.

Every once in a while, you get an opportunity to have a conversation with someone who has, literally, changed the game. This Podcast has had more than a few of those over the year, and here's another big one. Without question, Don Tapscott has seen (and been talking about) the changes that are happening right now. He was writing about technology being a business and global game-changer for over thirty years. His latest book, Macrowikinomics (which he co-wrote with Anthony D. Williams), is already a best-seller (and for good reason). HIs last two books, Grown Up Digital and Wikinomics, are also must-have's. In this episode, we look at everything from the modern printing press to the future of business and education. Tapscott even lets us know what he thinks about Google and Apple today. Enjoy the conversation...

You can grab the latest episode of Six Pixels of Separation here (or feel free to subscribe via iTunes): Six Pixels of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast #225.

By Mitch Joel

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  • Posted by Joe Sorge
    Mitch Joel

    Great conversational podcast. Great thinking from the two of you. I really enjoy hearing you get all amped up about the future this way and what the progression has been like to get here. I enjoyed Tapscott's "blueprint" so many years ago and probably didn't give it the thought that it deserved. I'm thinking about picking it back up almost solely for the surely mindblowing read it now will be. As always, thanks for sharing such great content with your audience, ahem, fans.

    • After speaking to Don, it make me realize that I too should probably go back and re-read many of those earlier books that framed my thinking and inspired me to be in the Digital Marketing space. It will be my summer project (next summer).

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