Life in Perpetual Beta is a documentary film about the ways in which technology has/is/will change the ways in which we think about ourselves as individuals and a society. It is exploring ... See full summary »

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Jim Coudal
Liz Danzico
Tatiana DeMaria
Loren Feldman
Jason Fried
Seth Godin
Carin Goldberg
Jeffrey Kalmikoff
Kevin Lyman
Jake Nickel
Xulana Nuygen
Melissa Pierce
Daniel Pink
Juliette Powell
Jeff Pulver

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Life in Perpetual Beta is a documentary film about the ways in which technology has/is/will change the ways in which we think about ourselves as individuals and a society. It is exploring the cultural shift that technology creates as it enables people to live more passionate, less planned lives. Life in Perpetual Beta was made by the same principles it explores, all aspects of the film were crowdsourced on social networks, from who to interview, what to ask, camera crews and how to pay for production. Life in Perpetual Beta will inspire you to believe that with a little faith in humanity and help from the internet, anything is possible. Written by Melissa Pierce

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Is the Planned Life Worth Living?


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None of the interviewees were vetted by the production staff before they were interviewed. The producer took suggestions from Twitter, asked for the interview but never studied up on her crowdsourced interviewee. She wanted a more "human" connection, and believed not knowing the person's accomplishments would help for that connection. See more »

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