Expert Sitings: Andrew Zolli
Andrew Zolli is a futurist and founder of Z + Partners (zpluspartners.com), a firm that helps some of the world's leading companies think about the future. The National Geographic Society recently named him one of six "emerging explorers" likely to make major breakthroughs in their fields.
Global Voices Online, a Web site run by the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School, tracks the world’s most interesting blogs and helps me keep abreast of what bloggers are writing about in, say, Kirgizstan, Mozambique, and Paraguay.
OpinionSource is a leader in tracking world opinion. It digests the op-ed pages of newspapers from Boston to Beijing and e-mails the collated articles to me every day.
ITConversations is where I go to keep up with the world’s "digerati" — people who are always thinking about the next big thing.
This superb Web site examines the intersection of technology and the arts. Here, I recently read about new EtherTouch computer screens that will one day replace computer mouses by tracking people’s finger movements in 3-D (like in the movie Minority Report). It’s as close as you can come to reading reports from the future.
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