Show: The Michael Killen Report

Episode: 42 Climate Change, Gucci, iPhone, Oil, Rich & Poor: Insights by Artist Michael Killen and Charles Brett, Constellation Research

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Michael Killen, the Silicon Valley artist, whose work has attracted the attention of organizations that include NASA, the Office of the Governor of California, City of Palo Alto, Stanford University and County of Santa Clara shares what is happening in the world that motivated him to paint “Sustainability”—an imposing 24 x 5 feet—which may already have become the most important painting on the topic, certainly the largest. He also shares what motivated him to paint: “The End of the Internal Combustion Engine?,” “Poor Closing the Gucci Gap,” “Grandma, What Will You Leave Behind for Me?”, and “Tweet Tweet Tweet After Picasso.”

Charles Brett, VP Constellation Research, a specialty research and advisory firm that serves business leaders who seek to unleash the power of emerging and disruptive technologies, comments on how mobility can help when disasters hit. Brett advises enterprises and their worldwide mobile systems suppliers on the opportunities each creates for the other. He has written more than 100 papers on computer and mobile networks, and he is also author of “Making the Most of Mobility in the Enterprise”and “Explaining iTunes, iPhones and iPads for Windows Users.”

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