Tim O'Reilly is widely recognised as the leading thinker of Silicon Valley. As the founder and CEO of the publishing company O'Reilly Media, he has become famous for spotting technology with world-shaking potential - from launching the world's first commercial website in 1993, via popularising terms like 'Web 2.0' and 'OpenSource' in the early 2000s, to advising the White House on its tech policies over the last decade. O'Reilly is also a partner of the venture capital firm O'Reilly AlphaTech, and sits on the boards of Maker Media, Code for America, PeerJ, Civis Analytics and PopVox. He lives in Oakland, California.
Tim O'Reilly has been at the cutting edge of the Internet since it went commercial. * New York Times * A punchy and provocative book . . . What's The Future is an insightful and heartfelt plea, daring us to reimagine a better economy and society . . . A jaunty read with a compelling narrative of how technology interweaves with the real world. * Financial Times * O'Reilly's ability to quickly identify nascent trends is unparalleled. * Wired * Silicon Valley's leading intellectual. * Inc. * One of the most influential pioneers and thinkers of the internet age. * Observer *