Archive for May, 2010

Foresight Links for May 31, 6:00 am

// May 31st, 2010 // Comments Off on Foresight Links for May 31, 6:00 am // Digests, Foresight

  • Future-Proofing the State of California, Jean Hagan @ Institute For The Future:
    IFTF, in collaboration with Calit2, and CITRIS, announced today a project on ensuring a sustainable future of California. Together with thought leaders from a diverse range of disciplines, the …
  • Three questions of Dino Karabeg, Miguel Aznar @ Future Salon:
    Update: We will do our best to webcast the event again via Ustream.tv on the Future Salon Channel: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/Future-Salon Anticipating our Wednesday Future Salon, I asked our speaker Dino Karabeg three questions. Here are his answers: 1….
  • Market overview: adult stem cell therapies, Ole Peter Galaasen @ plausible futures:
    Even as regulatory agencies express abundant caution, adult stem cell therapies are moving steadily toward the clinic and through development for multiple applications. Investors have become more sophisticated about distinguishing between adult stem cell therapies and embryonic stem cell therapies as well as the potential risks, complications, and costs involved …

Insight Links for May 24, 10:19 pm

// May 24th, 2010 // Comments Off on Insight Links for May 24, 10:19 pm // Opinion

  • Why Complementary Currencies?, Leander Bindewald @ Everyone’s Blog Posts – R2 Global Meshwork:
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Foresight Links for May 24, 6:00 am

// May 24th, 2010 // Comments Off on Foresight Links for May 24, 6:00 am // Digests, Foresight

  • Synthetic biology breakthrough: first living artificial cell created, Ole Peter Galaasen @ plausible futures:
    Scientists in the US have succeeded in developing the first synthetic living cell. … The advance, published in Science, has been hailed as a scientific landmark, but critics (“Synthia is Alive and Breeding: Panacea or Pandora’s Box?” from the ETC Group) say there are dangers posed by synthetic organisms. The researchers hope …
  • The Fair and Responsible Use of Space, Ole Peter Galaasen @ plausible futures:
    As space applications become central to modern interaction, more and more entities are becoming involved in space activities. Consequently, strategies to establish the coordinated, ethically justifiable and sustainable conduct of space activities have to be found. Such an endeavour requires addressing current questions regarding the use of space, dealing with …

Hindsight Links for May 14, 6:00 am

// May 14th, 2010 // Comments Off on Hindsight Links for May 14, 6:00 am // Digests, Hindsight

  • Developing Business Models on the iPad, Alexander Osterwalder @ Business Model Alchemist:
    Some of you know that we are working on an iPad app to help entrepreneurs and intra-preneurs develop innovative business models. We decided to do this as transparently as we have for the book. Please join us on our journey and give us your feedback! In the slides below we …

Hindsight Links for May 7, 6:00 am

// May 7th, 2010 // Comments Off on Hindsight Links for May 7, 6:00 am // Digests, Hindsight

  • May 2010 | STATUSPHERE, Team @ trendwatching.com:
    As consumers have started to bestow recognition on fellow consumers straying off the beaten consuming-more-than-thou-path, status is now also about acquired skills, about eco-credentials, about generosity… Is your brand ready for a far more…

Foresight Links for May 3, 6:00 am

// May 3rd, 2010 // Comments Off on Foresight Links for May 3, 6:00 am // Digests, Foresight

  • Emerging cityscapes in the next ten years, Dominique Jaurola @ Far Other Worlds:
    Hunome has kept me very busy. When Frank at KedgeForward asked me to contribute an article it was a neat little break from the ‘on the business’ and ‘in the business’ and have a moment to think about one major aspect of our huma…