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2006 Eleventh Annual Douglas W. Bryant Lecture

This 2006 lecture entitled 'How Digital Life Innovations Can Shape The Future Of Libraries', was given by John Sculley on Tuesday, 20 June 2006, in the British Library Conference Centre.

John Sculley's life can be traced by his extraordinary intellectual curiosity about "game changer" innovations that shape our lives. The themes of enquiry and change run consistently through his career, beginning at age 14, with his invention of a colour television cathode ray tube; to his years as a master marketer at Pepsi; to his partnership with Steve Jobs when they worked together to develop and launch desktop publishing; and now as a mentor to young technology entrepreneurs

Gary Hart

How Digital Life Innovations Can Shape The Future Of Libraries (PDF format) 136KB by John Sculley.

Left: John Sculley speaking in the British Library Conference Centre


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