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Writing for the iPhone Generation

Recently I saw this infographic on the trends with smart phones (click link to view the whole thing). And after seeing it, it’s easy to believe our computing life will be much different in five years. The question on my … Continue reading

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The Future According to Corning

Recently on Michael Hyatt’s blog he shared a promotional video online, showing a glimpse of the near future according to Corning’s R&D department.  It’s something to see, though my wife pointed out that this might more be the future of … Continue reading

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15 Years From Now – Part 3 (Honor)

Updating G.K. Chesterton’s masterpiece, The Man Who Was Thursday, has had its joys as well as its challenges. Taking any story originally written and set in the first decade of the 20th Century and bringing it forward 125 years to … Continue reading

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15 Years From Now – Part 2 (Technology)

In my last post I shared how I’m attempting to update a classic novel published in 1908 to have a near future setting.  G.K. Chesterton’s The Man Who Was Thursday was written in in the “present day” of the early … Continue reading

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Thinking About the Future of Publishing

Technology Review recently published a very interesting article on the Four Principles for Crafting Your Innovation Strategy.  Using the home movie rental business as a case study, TR shows how companies like Blockbuster are suffering due to their lack of … Continue reading

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