On 20 April 02012 I gave my “Learning About the Future in 50 Minutes” for a second time. I thought it went well, but only ten people were in attendance. I gave this talk for the first time 56 days earlier on 24 February 02012. I created a web page to capture what I’ve been learning over the span of the last 56 days.
Everybody who attended ASU’s Emerge Mashup on 3 March 02012 received a copy Intel’s book The Tomorrow Project Anthology: Conversations About the Future. Chapter One was written by Intel’s Futurist Brian David Johnson and is titled How to Change the Future.
Hmm… Johnson has come up with a great question: How can we change the future?
I liked how Brian David Johnson ended the first paragraph of chapter one.
I have always believed that everyone should be an active participant in the future. If we are all making it and we are all going live in it then why not do something about it individually.
I want to be an active participant in the future. The following was my Facebook status update on Sunday, 4 March 02012…
“I ain’t no ____” has become one of my frequently used phrases. Yesterday, I started a blog posting with “I ain’t no futurist,” but I deleted it because we’re all futurists.