(Or is it just in the spirit of Global Future Day, March 1st? Not the best day to have chosen IMO.) Future Shock 1.0 foresaw the 1970′s oil and geo-political shocks, and let’s say 2.0 was pre-millennial fear. Future Shock 3.0 rains down upon our culture – as hopeful optimism. Over-optimism is what they call . . . → Read More: Future Shock 3.0
Southern Illinois University Carbondale recently held the Synergetics conference, a symposium revival of Buckminster Fuller’s work, faculty, and former students at his last major home institution. Invited speakers included former Design students and faculty Bill Lunderman (Colgate) and Larry Busch.
Invited speakers included me, Jennifer Rice (Fruitful Strategy), and Steelcase’s Melissa DeSota. Keynote was Thomas . . . → Read More: Synergetics: Buckminster Fuller Revival
The US Government is looking for input on a proposed ExpertNet platform to interrogate the open community of citizens for knowledge and expertise pertaining to – well – anything that may be required to know in the future! This sounds like a great idea and we would love to propose a concept for such a national . . . → Read More: Wiki Government: Engaging Citizen Intelligence