It covers technological, scientific, and cultural trends that are changing — and will change — human beings in fundamental ways.
The magazine seems to be following up on a thread we've discussed as part both of:
1. the report by the Pew Internet & American Life Project survey of internet leaders, activists, and analysts to assess predictions about technology and its roles in the year 2020, which we discussed when we said that the future of the internet.
But in a retro kind of way.
The title of this post is a play on an article that asks is the future canceled or just postponed? Alex Lightman writes about US GDP growth being exponential and contiguous.
Or do we need to redouble our efforts to create technologies that can help solve problems and lower barriers to connection and productivity? Isn't that technology us? It seems to me that we keep going back to the future. What are your thoughts?