Santa Clara real estate has been the location of some of the most important developments in the tech world. Some contend that we are ready for another wave of technology innovation. Steve Case, who co-founded AOL and helped engineer the failed deal between AOL and TimeWarner, has written a book predicting the next big development in the way we use technology. The book is called The Third Wave: An Entrepreneur’s Vision of the Future. Case is currently on tour promoting and discussing his book. People from Santa Clara homes who are interested in the development of the Internet and is place in our lives should mark their calendars for Wednesday April 27th. Steve Case will join Eric Ries, entrepreneur and author of The Lean Startup, for a discussion of the development of internet-based technologies and what it means for schools, colleges, health care, and other real world applications.
Attendees from Santa Clara Homes Should Stay for the Book Signing
The discussion will be held at the Santa Clara Convention Center at 7 p.m. The Commonwealth Club is sponsoring the event. Tickets for non-members are $25, and for members they are $15. Students with a valid ID may purchase tickets for $8. To get priority seating and a copy of Steve Case’s book, Santa Clara real estate owners should opt for premium tickets, at $45 for members and $55 for non-members. A book signing will take place after the program, at 8 p.m. Visit the Commonwealth Club for more details and to purchase tickets.