Esse Quam Videri: How to Live in the Fifty-Year Long View

My body lives in 2014. My mind belongs to 2064. Yes, it can be a difficult task to physically be in one place — while the rest of you, and your wishes and wants and intentions — are fifty years in the future, but that’s the disconnected task of living in a virtual world with an INTJ personality; to be, rather than to seem.

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Top Ten Predictions for 2010

On the eve of The New Year, it’s time to once again fecklessly peer into the future to divine the yet unknown for the year 2010. 

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Can Mere Mortals Predict Miracles?

Is it possible for mere mortals to predict Miracles?

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Round Obsession: An Edgeless Future

RoundThe other day I read an article discussing how, when architecture students are asked to design a “City of the Future,” they always draw round structures.

It seems having corners is “too old fashioned” and not “forward thinking” enough.

That design flaw — that only Round is good — is a stereotype that has been embedded in the young designers by popular culture and not by appropriate future need.

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