Guest article by Gerd Leonhard on Raedar – Franklin Rae: ” With the explosive growth of the internet, mobile devices and social networking, the connected media world that we live in is indeed a very different world – and it will only continue to evolve.
Archive for September, 2011
Earlier today I noticed it’s three years since my life on Twitter began. At the time I wrote about my belated entry to Twitterland. It now seems strange to me that I was such a late starter compared to many other connected folk, given that
Link: Kickstarter – Liquid City: A Liquid, Not A Solid; A City, Not An Army Just used Kickstarter to support this project – take a look!
Few issues shaping the future stand out in the U.S. more than the future of housing. We tend to think just of the mortgage meltdown of the past three years when considering housing. No real solutions have appeared yet to really address this problem. But
Found on Neil Perkin’s blog Only Dead Fish: “One of my favourite columnists John Naughton recently wrote an exceptional piece on the inadequacy of our national curriculum, and more specifically the part of the curriculum called ICT (‘Information and Communication Technology’), in equipping our children for
By Glen Hiemstra | September 22nd, 2011 One of the most frequently asked questions to me as a professional futurist is, “So what have you gotten right in the past when you’ve been predicting the future?” Now, I don’t sell myself as a predictor, really.
CTAM EuroSummit ’11. The curation of content is needed if audiences are to be able to cut through the noise of social media, according to the futurologist Gerd Leonhard. In a presentation at the annual cable marketing conference, held this year in Malta, Leonhard said
By Glen Hiemstra | September 16th, 2011 I missed the 24 Hours of Reality programming from the Climate Project yesterday. They went round the world to 24 locations, with a show in each location describing local climate issues, and “what you can do.” If you