Kristoffer Lawson talks about a future where you zoom into work

Kristoffer Lawson created one of the coolest things I’ve seen in a while: Solu, the social computer. His tiny device uses a unique UI and UX to allow you to connect with friends and collaborate using an icon-based OS that lets you zoom in and out of work.

Lawson and I spoke about the future of computing and how his ideas – and the ideas of other OS thinkers – will change the way we interact with computers. Take a listen and check out his product. It’s a really cool idea whose time should – and probably will – come.

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