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Oliver Reichenstein was born in 1971 and learned programming as a computer kid in the early 80ies. He studied Philosophy in Basel and Paris and earned teaching informatics and rhetoric during the 90ties.
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Oliver Reichenstein

Oliver Reichenstein was born in 1971 and learned programming as a computer kid in the early 80ies. He studied Philosophy in Basel and Paris and earned teaching informatics and rhetoric during the 90ties. After working as interactive brand consultant for Interbrand Zintzmeyer & Lux for four years he moved to Japan in September 2003 and started from scratch. He started his own company in 2005 and quickly became famous for various articles on web typography, user experience design and the Web Trend Map.

Building a series of news sites over the last four years, iA is a main voice for what is currently discussed as "the future of news". iA runs offices in Zurich and Tokyo.

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Tokyo Tech

For decades, Tokyo has been a global hotspot for technology and innovation. Now, with growing pressure for businesses to leverage new technologies, how with Japan compete with new competitors? This program will look deeply at the Tokyo tech scene, from the latest trends in mobile technology, to the hottest new startups and products hitting this high-tech metropolis.

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Host: Steve Nagata - Solutions and Design Consultant, Longfeld Consulting Services

Steve has spent most of the last two decades working to improve the connection between people and technology, working in customer relation management, training, and consulting for companies such as Microsoft, Sprint, 3Com and The Capital Group. Since moving to Tokyo he has specialized in the financial industry; building solutions and training with global leaders in market data services like Bloomberg, Factset, and Thomson-Reuters.
Steve develops and implements technology solutions that leverage knowledge of user oriented ergonomics, mobile technology, social media and web 2.0+ technologies and methodologies. A self-professed gadget fanatic and regular lurker of Akihabara, Tokyo's Tech/Geek Capital, Steve is deeply tied into the latest trends, toys, and services appearing on the streets of Tokyo and beyond.

 

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