July 7, 2020

The Emergence of Remote Activism

The Emergence of Remote Activism

Futurist Trond Arne Undheim interviews Laurent Liscia, entrepreneur, author, ex-diplomat and standards activist, who talks about how remote activism helped by technology can re-ignite politics. The takeaway is that remote activism will be a huge force i...


Futurist Trond Arne Undheim interviews Laurent Liscia, entrepreneur, author, ex-diplomat and standards activist, who talks about how remote activism helped by technology can re-ignite politics. 

The takeaway is that remote activism will be a huge force in society and will enable people to take part in important debates and support political candidates in swing states and places where it really matters. 

After listening, as it emerges, check out Blunami, stealth social activism dashboard that empowers you to make a difference in every political race across the nation (and in the future around the world as well), go to his personal website to find out about his sci-fi writing or find Laurent on LinkedIn

The show is hosted by Podbean and can be found at Futurized.co. Additional context about the show, the topics, and our guests, including show notes and a full list of podcast players that syndicate the show can be found at https://trondundheim.com/podcast/.

For more about the host, including media coverage, books and more, see Trond Arne Undheim's personal website (https://trondundheim.com/) as well as the Yegii Insights blog (https://yegii.wpcomstaging.com/). Undheim has published two books this year, Pandemic Aftermath and Disruption Games. To advertise or become a guest on the show, contact the podcast host here.

Laurent Lischia

Laurent Liscia has a Ph.D., former Executive Director at OASIS, provides leadership, operational oversight, and strategic vision for the consortium. Advocate for open standards in matters of policy and adoption. Prior to joining OASIS, he co-founded several Web-related companies, including Traackr and Webmotion. Laurent served as a Media Attaché for French Foreign Affairs and has worked in France, Canada, Italy, Ecuador, Morocco and the United States. He holds a doctorate from the Sorbonne University and speak English, French, Italian, and Spanish. Laurent is based in San Francisco.