Archive for January, 2010

Hindsight Links for Jan 29, 6:00 am

// January 29th, 2010 // Comments Off on Hindsight Links for Jan 29, 6:00 am // Digests, Hindsight

  • February 2010 | FUNCTIONALL, Team @ trendwatching.com:
    FUNCTIONALL highlights a new breed of products that are simple / small / cheap (with a dash of sustainability), giving them global appeal, from India to Sweden. Now, if that doesn’t warrant a brainstorming session… Read FUNCTIONALL »

Foresight Links for Jan 25, 6:00 am

// January 25th, 2010 // Comments Off on Foresight Links for Jan 25, 6:00 am // Digests, Foresight

  • Flows of knowledge, Dominique Jaurola @ Far Other Worlds:
    What is witchcraft today may become science tomorrow What is science today may become witchcraft tomorrow What does that tell us? 1. Just because something is not proven through science does not make it less valuable fodder for our thinking processes 2…
  • Amusing anachronisms, stuart candy @ the sceptical futuryst:
    After attending a 35th anniversary screening of Monty Python and the Holy Grail last night — a movie which revels in outrageous anachronisms and (what some would call) thoroughly postmodern, meta-media commentary — I’m moved to post below three video…

Insight Links for Jan 24, 9:19 pm

// January 24th, 2010 // Comments Off on Insight Links for Jan 24, 9:19 pm // Opinion

  • Days of Miracles and Wonders, Richard Hames @ The Hames Report:
    Are you quite sure you don’t mind giving this interview? I turned my attention to the monitor, or more precisely, to the young woman on it. She was new to Al Jazirra and had obviously been told I rarely gave…

Foresight Links for Jan 11, 6:00 am

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Foresight Links for Jan 4, 6:00 am

// January 4th, 2010 // Comments Off on Foresight Links for Jan 4, 6:00 am // Digests, Foresight

  • Happy New Decade 2010–2019, Hardin @ Hardin Tibbs:
    Looking into the future often seems like watching a shifting reflection in a distorting mirror. In the last year, we have moved from the prospect of worsening global financial meltdown to a recovery that is presenting at least the appearance of normality. Under the surface things are not so reassuring. …
  • Our New Year’s List: Great People We Met in 2009, Frank Spencer @ KedgeForward:
    We wanted to take a moment to reflect on the wonderful people we met in 2009 who have had a major impact on KedgeForward, as well as on our own lives. Needless to say, many – if not all – of these contacts came through social media sites …