Monthly Archives: December 2009
This will be published tomorrow on 1 January. Happy New Year to everyone and thanks for reading. P.S. There’s a new issue of What’s Next just gone up at www.nowandnext.com
It’s finally done. My new trends and technology timeline for 2010 is now up. Please post any comments, criticisms or suggestions and I will incorporate these in the very final printed version. Please also note that it’s really a waste … Continue reading
I’m still ploughing my way through Delete: The Power of Forgetting in the Digital Age by Mayer-Schonberger, but this little morsel has also caught my eye and may well end up in my Christmas stocking. Prosperity Without Growth: Economics for … Continue reading
Is Israel about to start a war with Iran? Tensions between the US and Israel seem to be growing, but so too is antagonism between Israel and Iran. Of course, starting a war is one thing, winning one is something … Continue reading
Here are my 5 top tips for struggling newspapers in 2010. 1. Vision. Stop trying to do everything. Have a clear idea of what you are, what you are for and where you are going. Focus on just one … Continue reading
“The increasingly blatant nature of the nonsense uttered with impunity in public discourse is chilling.” -Lawrence M.Krauss, Foundation Professor and Director of the Origins Initiative at Arizona State University.
I’ve been reading something from Forbes magazine (US) about Ten Trends for 2010. Nothing very new (cloud computing, decentralization of medicine, decentralization of education, sensors everywhere, the smart web, mobile internet etc). But one thing did catch my eye — … Continue reading
Well I suppose imitation is the sincerest form of flattery:.
A big thank you to Matthew Davies for this. Some clever person has kept (and photographed) a copy of the Observer magazine from 1989, which looked at what London might look like in the year 2010. Great stuff. As Will … Continue reading
It’s getting very close indeed – 2 weeks of polishing still to do….