The Globe & Mail had a nice summary of my 2012 future trends prediction blog.
You can grab a copy of the PDF by clicking on the image to the right. Harvey Schacter, who summarized my original blog post, is a great guy!
You might find it a good document to fire up into your email and share around, retweet or Facebook!
I’ve had a number of media interviews and followup as a result of the article. If you are interested in contacting me for these purposes, please do so.
I enjoy seeing coverage of the trends and insight that I regularly provide in my blog. I think my job continues to be to challenge people to think about their status quo; how quickly their world is changing around them in ways that they might not know; and what they need to be thinking from an innovation perspective to deal with those realities.
This synopses makes for a quick read and summary, and so it’s always a thrill to see the blog post get shared in a unique and innovative way.
Sidebar: I actually wrote a weekly column for the Globe & Mail for four years from 1998 till 2002, in which I covered leading edge technology and Internet issues. It was well liked and always generated a tremendous amount of e-mail feedback.
That is, until the-then editor of the business section decided in the light of the dot.com crash that there would be no more future technology stories to unfold, and that tech coverage was just as good as dead!
Of course, after that, we saw the emergence of Facebook, the dominance of Google, the rise of the Apple infrastructure, iTunes and Apps and iPods, the explosion of social networking, the huge impact of Twitter, pervasive connectivity, digital lifestyles, the overthrow of government through national online networking …. and so much more.
Yup, tech was dead!
I still think that editor was one of the biggest bozos I ever met in my life! Just saying!