October 28, 2005
Time Magazine on What's Next
From Time Magazine's (print edition) October 24th issue, key innovators and thought leaders were interviewed on 'what's next: the road ahead,' including Mark Dery, Moby (electronic musician), Malcolm Gladwell, Esther Dyson, Clay Shirky and David Brooks.
A few fabulous quotes from the article worth referencing:
Said Esther: "The Internet is like alcohol in some sense. It accentuates what you would do anyway. You can be a loner or you can connect."
Said David Brooks: "If the U.S. elections were held now, the Republicans would lose."
"Said Gladwell: "In the future, we're not going to have the kinds of arguments about religion that we have today."
It's an interesting read if you can still get your hands on a copy.
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Brooks was right. He still is. If the election were held today, the Republicans would lose. Not that I consider that a fabulous prospect. Frankly, I don't care if the Democrats and Republicans reinact the Battle of Verdun and bleed each other white. By the way, the Battle of Verdun was fought from Feb-Dec 1916 by France and Imperial Germany, and it was a bloody affair for both sides. I just mentioned that because I have inferred from looking over your blog that you are not into military history
Posted by: Richard | Feb 9, 2006 8:22:36 PM
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