Hyoun Park is a prolific tweeter — and much more: A Boston University MBA-trained marketer, a trained social scientist with experience in cross-cultural gender studies and an industry analyst covering social technologies, mobility and enterprise communications. Did we mention he has experience with Moneyball — the analytic quest for success in baseball — as well as other kinds of predictive analytics? We'll make a prediction of our own: You'll enjoy all of Hyoun's posts on CMSWire in 2015.

What do you consider your most significant career accomplishment to date?

Selling my first company to Blue Hill Research and starting as Blue Hill's Chief Research Officer

How do you define success?

Success starts with doing what you love. I love being in the middle of technology change and helping companies with the biggest technology challenges.

What motivates you?

Being a part of building the future as we start progressing into 3-D printing, design-based hardware and software, bio-inspired computing, nanotech, cellular and biochemical tech, and a fully on-demand and ubiquitous economy.

What is the first interaction with technology that you remember and what did you think at the time?

I got my first computer, a Commodore 64, back in 1983 and it changed my life to be able to create programs, save the results, and then run them and impose my will on my TV screen. After I saw the power of combining people and technology, I never went back.

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If I didn't do my current work: I would be a biomedical engineer working on bridging the gap between man and machine.

When I'm not working: I sleep.

The highest compliment someone could give me: is that I'm helping to build a better and more interesting future.