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I study and make sense of near-future emerging technologies and their impacts on society, culture and business. I provide organizations with the insights to thrive amidst these changes. See how.
I am Editor of The Alpine Review, an award winning and critically acclaimed print publication, we call it a compendium of ideas for a world in transition. I blog about those same topics, and more, at i.never.nu and share through @inevernu on Twitter.
I co-founded the first coworking space in Montréal and one of the oldest in Canada, Station C. A space for collaboration, connection and creativity which has been hosting dozens of events for free, helps the creation of many communities and continues being the birthplace and home for a variety of bootstrapped companies and funded startups.
Over the years I've helped start a number of groups bringing together people and ideas, such as Creative Mornings Montréal, The Awesome Foundation Montréal, Museomix Québec, Webcamp and Hacks/Hackers Montréal. I was also on the steering committee of OSMO / Notman house. For years I organized and helped people connect at the Yulblog bloggers meetups.
I've spoken at events in Montréal, Austin, Berlin and Treviso (Italy).