Please discard from your pitch:
- Tom Friedman world-is-flatism
- Kurzweilian Singularities
- Prenskyan Digital Nativism
- Dot-commer “Marginal cost of zero” talk
And please replace it all with this simple observation by Tom Hoffman:
I don’t understand why “computers can make it easier to do the difficult, sophisticated things we’ve been trying to do for years” is a less appealing, or at least less used, argument than “New! Disruptive! Etc.”
(Feel free to suggest additions to the discard list).