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The future of mankind: the economics of futurology

Predicting future technology trends requires hindsight as well as a different kind of foresight. But when fixing our gaze on the greater “What if?” of things, we also need peripheral vision — an insight into the many aspects of society and how our imagineering might be affected by the affairs of man…

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The future of mankind: patterns of a future world

The future as seen through the eyes of technologists and futurologists can seem a far-off place. As dreamers, they either speak of Utopian societies, who’ve long since harnessed their technologies, or of worlds left ruined by a war with cyborgs or a genetically engineered virus. Here, I’m going to explain how I see the future of mankind…

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The death of the search engine

So there I was, looking for bank statements. Inside my head, formulating simple queries that would help me find what I was looking for. And after eventually sorting out my tax, I thought to myself: “In the future, will we actually search for stuff?” On the web, I hasten to add. I ask this simple […]

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What next for Google?

There’s every chance that Google are hoping to occupy some kind of space either peripheral to, or on the edge of Microsoft Office. To qualify this claim, it’s actually very simple: Microsoft Office is a monumental piece of software engineering, which Google can’t hope to replicate. Buying in talent, or even a pre-existing office suite, […]

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Wayne’s weekly wrap-up: updates

I have been remiss. With my work load being what it is, Friday and Saturday saw no articles. This will happen from time-to-time, but that’s life! But that doesn’t mean that I wasn’t busying myself like the strange man behind the curtain, pulling levers & switches, taking a moment or two to catch glimpse of […]