The future of education technology…
The future of education technology I imagine that projection, that 65 per cent of today’s grade-school children will wind up at jobs that don’t currently exist, is not far off the mark when you consider what we have today. Tumblr is full of rebloggable goodness today.
Reblogged futurescope:The Future Is Ours
Filmmaker Michael Marantz has just released The Future is Ours, a rousing two-minute tribute to the people and companies pushing humanity forward. Full screen, HD, headphones if you’ve got ‘em. Fair warning: this will, at a minimum, give you chills — but don’t be surprised if you feel your eyes start to well up.
Appropriate portmanteau: ‘Chort’ (Chilling + Short)
The future is ours Chilling? No. Just conﬁrmation that others and I are on the right path.
“The first stirrings of major intergenerational conflict are already being noted. The basic rights of the recent past – a safe job, free education and healthcare, secure homes to raise a family, a modest but comfortable old age – have slipped quietly away, all to be replaced by a myriad of vapid lifestyle choices and glittery consumer trinkets.”
Article: Generation F*cked
Fascinating article about Britain’s youth.
Great article from Adbusters, in some ways reﬂecting my own thoughts on the subject, which I had put on my old mayoral campaign fan page on Facebook.
Flights of fancy: what 1930s designers thought of 2000 fashion And in that last outﬁt for him, a form of mobile telephone. Ridiculous! (Found via Daniel Spector.)
Here’s a look at the Mag+ tablet, a concept worked on by publishers Bonnier and design agency Berg. We know 8 minutes is forever and a day in internet time, but this video is worth the watch, if only to see what could a new way of digesting magazines.
Mag+ The magazine’s future?