Design Thinker、Director of The Design Lab at University of California, San Diego Famous American writer
Distinguished Visiting Professor at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology (KAIST).Professor Emeritus of Cognitive Science at the University of California, San Diego.University Professor；Company advisor and board member；Keynote speaker；Author of books and columns；The director of The Design Lab at University of California, San Diego（2014）
Former editor-in-chief of The Economist、CEO of 3D Robotics
克里斯·安德森在两个科学期刊《自然》与《科学》担任编辑六年，开始了自己的职业生涯。之后，他于1994年加入《经济学人》 期刊，在那里任职7年。在此期间，他在伦敦， 香港和纽约市担任不同职位，从技术编辑到商业编辑。他于2001年接任《连线》杂志的编辑。他在《连线》杂志发表的文章“The Long Tail”在2006年被扩展到一本书，书名为《 长尾理论：为什么商业的未来销售更少 》。它出现在纽约时报非小说畅销书列表中。该书指出，低需求或低销量的产品可以共同建立比竞争对手更好的市场份额。
他的下一本书名为《 自由：激进价格的未来 》（2009）研究了产品和服务最初免费提供给顾客的策略的优势，以及企业长期盈利的方式。安德森的第三本书《庄家：新工业革命》（2012）是基于他的2010年的文章“Atoms Are the New Bits”创作的。这本书描述了企业家如何使用开源设计，并将3D打印作为推动美国制造业复苏的平台。他描绘的想法：如2012年2月哈佛商业评论文章“从自己做起，共同做到”，突出了创意众包，利用低成本设计和制造工具以及外包资本密集型制造。
Chris Anderson began his career with a six-year period as editor at the two scientific journals, Nature and Science. He then joined The Economist in 1994, where he remained for seven years, during which time he was stationed in London, Hong Kong and New York City in various positions, ranging from Technology Editor to US Business Editor. He took over as editor of WIRED in 2001.
His 2004 article The Long Tail in WIRED was expanded into a book in 2006, titled, The Long Tail: Why the Future of Business Is Selling Less of More. It appeared on the New York Times Nonfiction Best Sellers list. The book argues that products in low demand or that have a low sales volume can collectively build a better market share than its rivals, or exceed the relatively few current bestsellers and blockbusters, provided the store or distribution channel is large enough.
His next book, entitled Free: The Future of a Radical Price (2009) examines the advantages of a strategy where products and services are initially given to customers for free, and how businesses can profit more in the long run. Anderson was accused of plagiarizing content from English Wikipedia for his book.Anderson responded that he had disagreements with the criticism, and reasoned that the mention of citations were avoided due to the changing nature of content in English Wikipedia. However, the whole episode led him to integrate footnotes into the text,and the digital editions of Free were corrected with the revision. Free debuted as #12 on the New York Times Best Seller List. It was also available as a free download for a limited time, and an estimated 200,000 to 300,000 digital copies were downloaded in the first two weeks.The unabridged audiobook remains free.
Anderson's third book, Makers: The New Industrial Revolution (2012), was based on his 2010 article, "Atoms Are the New Bits". The book describes how entrepreneurs using open source design, and 3D printingas a platform for driving resurgence of American manufacturing. The ideas he portrayed; such as crowdsourcing of ideas, utilization of available lower-cost design and manufacturing tools, and reviewing options to outsource capital-intensive manufacturing were highlighted in the February 2012 Harvard Business Review article, "From Do It Yourself to Do It Together".
Founder & CEO, Make:MAKE Magazine and Maker Faire
Dale Dougherty is one of the co-founders (with Tim O'Reilly) of O'Reilly Media. While not at the company in its earliest stages as a technical documentation consulting company, Dale was instrumental in the development of O'Reilly's publishing business. He is the author of the O'Reilly book sed&awk. Since 2017, Dougherty has been under fire for alleged sexist harassment of Naomi Wu.
Dougherty was the founder, in 1993, and publisher of the Global Network Navigator (GNN), the first web portal and the first site on the internet to be supported by advertising. In 1995, AOL purchased GNN from O'Reilly & Associates. Part of the transaction included an investment by AOL of $3 million for 20 percent of O'Reilly's Songline Studios, which Dougherty ran. The organization published the Web Review and the Music Critic sites on the Internet.
Dougherty helped popularize the term 'Web 2.0' at the O'Reilly MediaWeb 2.0 Conference in late 2004, though it was coined by Darcy DiNucci in 1999.
Dougherty currently is the CEO of Maker Media, a spin-off from O'Reilly Media. The company publishes Make magazine, has an ecommerce site (Makershed), and conducts Maker Faires worldwide. He is widely considered the Father of the Maker Movement.
戴尔·多尔蒂是O'Reilly Media的共同创始人之一（与Tim O'Reilly合写）。 尽管不是作为技术文档咨询公司的最早阶段的公司，但戴尔在O'Reilly的出版业务发展中发挥了重要作用。 他是O'Reilly书sed＆awk的作者 。 自2017年以来，多尔蒂一直因涉嫌性骚扰Naomi Wu而受到抨击 。
Dougherty于1993年成为创始人，并且是全球网络导航员（GNN）的发行人，GNN是第一个门户网站，也是互联网上第一个获得广告支持的网站。 1995年，AOL从O'Reilly＆Associates购买了GNN。 部分交易包括美国在线投资300万美元用于Dougherty经营的O'Reilly的Songline工作室的20％。 该组织在互联网上发布了网络评论和音乐评论家网站。
Dougherty于2004年底在O'Reilly MediaWeb 2.0大会上帮助推广'Web 2.0'这个术语，尽管它是由达西迪努西在1999年创造的。
Dougherty目前是来自O'Reilly Media分拆的Maker Media首席执行官。 该公司出版“制作”杂志，拥有电子商务网站（Makershed），并在全球举办MakerFaires。 他被广泛认为是造物主运动之父。