Likely, it will still get attention for a while. For instance, the speakers at Tech Crunch's Disrupt 2014 conference such as venture capitalist Peter Thiel are being widely quoted.
However, there is developing a gravitational field which wants to, well, settle in with what is. Leaders who align with this longing to, as the Beatles put it, Just Be, will create fresh space for their messages. We humans are weary of new.
This weekend on LinkedIn, marketing leader Paul Chaney took a look at new social network Ello. He analyzed its lack of a sustainable revenue source. But, more importantly, he broke through the stigma of questioning any digital entity which was new. Here is Chaney's seminal piece.
It will probably take courage for leaders to re-introduce the meme of enjoying things as they are. Often, as the classic stage play "Our Town" celebrates, there are fundamental pleasurable human activities, like going to bed at night and getting up the next day. Actually, I was quite grateful that at 7:30 this morning I opened my eyes, noted that I was alive, that I had a roof over my head, and seemed to have no symptoms of Ebola. I don't want that disrupted.