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Money 20/20

by Larry Chiang on September 28, 2015

Hi Rob Wells,
cc Andrew Morris and Chris Souther

Note: this purely sets aside all things Duck9. No one wants to hear about FICO score prep. Boring. 

I came to discover Money 20/20 because of your retweeting, this tweet:

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)

…and coincidentally Lora Kolodny 
brought up Money2020 at TechCrunch Disrupt. The same day of your retweet, she asked if I was hosting anything in Las Vegas for “#Money2020“. We were at the parking lot

Brady, my shih tzu, on the left. 

Lora Kolodny (@lorakolodny)
@LarryChiang @money2020 wut? was interested in attending personally but don’t want to speak there. just network, learn & report. :p

I scoured the  #Money2020 agenda with the thought: What current content can I take from worst to first!? What can I make go from worst to first without leaving Palo Alto? 

The BitCoin, blockchain panel. 

The blockchain panel can go from worst to first. Have both panelists and John, the moderator, answer: “What do you think when you hear the phrase rollerChain?”

Say it came from my Twitter account. 
Blame my Twitter account. 

John Biggs moderated the techcrunch disrupt panel. He does not yet know of Roller Chain. I have zero financial benefit. I don’t have a dog in this fight. I just curate. 

I did a video that dovetails seeing Money, 20/20. This video takes jargon, “crossing the chasm FROM THE RIGHT” and applies it to the real world where innovation is trying to survive. 

And thrive. 

This is what Lora thought. 
Lora Kolodny (@lorakolodny)
@LarryChiang bloop! no spin zone. now watching your roller chain vid. “before you know it… everyone hugs you and you are poor”

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
You cannot pronounce hilarious without Larry in the middle. Clearly seeing money, #Money2020‘s inherently “#HiLarryAss

Missing. Humorous keynote that is edutainment. Education and entertainment. That way, if it’s not funny, at least it’s educational. It’d be the 20 minute version of this funny video

This video applies to everything I saw on the agenda because every executive is “trying to cross the innovation chasm)

Or, we can do a keynote where I just read people’s best tweets Subj: “money in the year 2020“. Get it?! It’s 
– the name of your conference. 
– ask people to tweet predictions for the year 2020
– double entendre of seeing money clearly. 
– activates your hashtag if nothing else #money2020. 
– manufactures a reason for people to get a Twitter account finally bc you will hand out Venetian house chips for tweet. Lol #gamification. 
– I will just retweet and #Money2020 will trend

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