Monthly Archives: December 2015

Tech Forecasting and Predictions – Self Blindness (5 of 7)

Reviewing past podcast tech forecast shows reveals that the hosts are very good at making predictions – but it was surprising to me that those who had domain expertise were less likely to make predictions about their area of expertise. … Continue reading

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Tech Forecasting and Predictions 2015 (4 of 7)

After listening to six years of tech prediction shows  – it seemed only fair to add my own predictions based on industrial and slower moving technologies.  I’m attempting to follow the rules as laid out by DTNS and the observations made … Continue reading

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Tech Forecasting: Comments on 6 Years of Forecasts (3 of 7)

Over six years of prediction shows, when the hosts were right, they were very right.  When they were wrong, it was usually because they were too early or because of a surprise event in the area they were forecasting.  Most … Continue reading

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Tech Forecasting: 6 years of DTNS / Tom Merritt Outlook (2 of 7)

“Whoever checks to see if these are right?” – Tom Merritt, 2014 / DTNS 2396 End of year tech podcasts are full of tech forecasts for the coming year.   Looking back at six years of podcasts involving DTNS host Tom Merritt, … Continue reading

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DTNS 2397: Tech Forecasting for 2015 (1 of 7)

In the value-for-value world of DTNS, Patreon and Tom Merrit – I might not be the best contributor.  Trying to think of ways to give back, I listened to the 2015 forecast show, DTNS 2397, that was published on December … Continue reading

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