Today’s buzz: Sports. Whether you play sports or just watch, you may already be seeing the impact of an exciting new ‘player’ on the court, the field, the track, the pool, the television. Its name is technology and it’s enhancing how players play, coaches coach, equipment runs, teams collaborate, fans enjoy, and lots more. The experts speak.
Michael Gliedman, NBA: “A man of my mind can do anything” (Steely Dan, Don’t Take Me Alive, 1976).
Marcus Baur, Sailing Team Germany: “We ain’t seen nothing yet” (Andrew McAfee, TEDxBoston, 2012).
Jen Cohen Crompton, Something Creative: “If the stadium simply becomes a stage, the game will have lost a vital element. I believe this is the next great issue—how to make games important to people when they can sit in their living room?” (Marc Ganis, SportsCorp).
Steve Peck, SAP: “Life is like a dogsled race. If you ain’t the lead dog, the scenery never changes.” (Lewis Grizzard, writer/humorist).
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