Nolan Bushnell on the future of software

Posted on November 11, 2010

Daniel Terdiman conducted a cnet interview with Atari founder Nolan Bushnell, talking a bit about the history of Atari, and Bushnell’s vision of the future of software.  At the top of Nolan’s list of things to change society are auto-cars, the elimination of credentials (think eyeball scans), and personal robots.

Nolan Bushnell is certainly out in the world, keeping an eye on things.  Our own sources report recent Bushnell sightings at the MakerBot table at the New York MakerFaire last fall, and in the basement of Machine Project in LA, where creative people are, in fact, bringing technology into daily life and making it awesome.

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