It’s a guessing game we play often as the landscape of our lives changes seemingly overnight. We’re watching the power of old networks fade, new models spring up – new ways of doing business emerge, and rising discontent with politics, our politicians, and big business among those who share our planet.
There’s room enough for a lot of concern with whole countries crumbling under the weight of unceasing war and poverty, and old borders fading from the maps as the power of despots wane and governments cease to exist and the future for millions boils down to finding a place where they are not being bombed daily and can find something to eat.
Harsh images of the abruptness of these changes and our inability to adapt to them fill our chosen airwaves or digital news resource in real time – with individuals and political candidates quick to politicize the issues before us.
Some very smart people with insight into our problems and the logistics of change are attempting to plot our course as a people, as a race, and come up with an idea of what the future has in store. We could opine, but we think you may not want to hear from us and, frankly, we’d rather hear from you.
What’s the 24/680 going to look like in 30 years? Will things be better, or worse for us all? You tell us.